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Wild On A Roll

Jason Pominville and Ryan Suter scored power-play goals, and Devan Dubnyk earned another victory in the net, guiding the Minnesota Wild past the Vancouver Canucks 5-3 on Monday night.


SDSU Women In Home Romp

Sophomore forward Clarissa Ober (Glencoe, Minn.) scored a career-high 21 points to lead the South Dakota State University women’s basketball team to an 89-68 win over IPFW Sunday afternoon in Frost Arena.


USD Women Hold Off NDSU

The South Dakota women’s basketball team led by 16 points at halftime, but had to hold off a second half charge by North Dakota State to tally an 83-79 win over the Bison Sunday afternoon in Fargo.


Timberwolves Extend Streak

Nikola Pekovic scored 29 points and Kevin Martin added 24 to lift the Minnesota Timberwolves to their third straight victory, 112-101 over the sluggish Detroit Pistons on Sunday night.


Hawkeyes Win Two

Iowa scored Big Ten basketball victories in both men's and women's hoops on Sunday.


Husker Women Fall To Terps

Lexie Brown scored 14 points to help No. 5 Maryland extend its winning streak to 15 games with a 59-47 victory over No. 19 Nebraska on Sunday.


Jacks Win Streak Snapped

South Dakota State rode a season-long eight game winning streak into its game at Fort Wayne on Thursday, but the homestanding Mastodons rolled to an 84-74 win over the Jackrabbits.


Coyotes Snare Home Win

Tre Burnette scored 19 points, Brandon Bos had 18 points and Tyler Larson scored 16 second-half points to lead South Dakota to a 75-61 win against Western Illinois Thursday night inside the DakotaDome.


UNO Tops, SDSU Third In Poll

For the second consecutive year, Omaha has been tabbed to claim its third-straight Summit League regular season baseball title in a preseason vote among the league's head coaches.


Hawkeyes Rout Michigan

Jarrod Uthoff had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Iowa scored the final 12 points of the first half en route to a 72-54 victory over Michigan on Thursday night.


Husker Women Fall To Rutgers

C. Vivian Stringer became the winningest coach in Big Ten history when Betnjiah Laney had 16 points and 14 rebounds to help No. 21 Rutgers beat 19th-ranked Nebraska 46-43 on Thursday night.


Iowa Women Score Win

Ally Disterhoft scored 21 points and No. 16 Iowa withstood a second-half surge to hold off Ohio State 73-65 on Thursday.


Peterson Case To Court

Adrian Peterson remains in NFL limbo and his union's latest attempt to restore his playing status will take place in federal court.


Jacks Add Football Talent

South Dakota State University head coach John Stiegelmeier announced Wednesday that 21 high school standouts, including five in-state recruits, signed a National Letter of Intent, indicating they will join the Jackrabbit football program.


Coyotes Announce Signings

South Dakota head football coach Joe Glenn has announced the signing of 21 student-athletes to a National Letter of Intent and three players who have signed institutional letters of intent to join the Coyote football team this fall.


Timberwolves Nip Heat

Kevin Martin scored 30 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame another monster game from Hassan Whiteside to beat the Miami Heat, 102-101 on Wednesday night.


Riley Inks First Husker Class

New Nebraska coach Mike Riley has announced a recruiting class of 20 players on letter-of-intent signing day.


Hawkeyes Concentrate Instate

Nine instate prospects headlined Iowa's latest recruiting class announced Wednesday.

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Cyclones Offset Defections

Running back Sheldon Croney and offensive lineman Jaypee Philbert helped Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads salvage a recruiting class that took some late hits.


Gophers Stock Running Game

Minnesota will remain rooted in the running game for a while.

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