UMD Women Knock Off Winona State, While Men Fall to Warriors

January 12, 2018 10:35 PM

The University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) women's basketball team ended Winona State University's eight-game win streak and undefeated home record by defeating the Warriors 67-58 Friday night. The UMD men's team came in winning four of their last five games, but the Warriors were too much handing the Bulldogs the 71-52 loss.

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On the women's side, freshman forward Sarag Grow mustered a game-high 21 points which was also a career high, breaking her previous high of 16 set back on Nov. 22 against Lake Superior State University.

Logan Rohrscheib scored a team high of 15 points on the men's side in the loss.

The two teams will travel to Fayette, Iowa on Saturday to close out their road trip on the weekend.



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