UMD women’s basketball shares how fans can bring a boost of energy to gamedays

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Romano gym on the campus of University of Minnesota Duluth will be the start for the women’s basketball team as they will be hosting round one of the NCAA Division II Central Regionals.

When there is a packed gym with loud chants, it can provide a team with a boost of energy when they need it to push through those tough moments.

“We always get a lot of local fans, and a lot of students have been dome out to lately so just feeding off their energy and using the positive that they bring to the gym is also just gives us the energy to go on the floor and play our game,” said graduate guard Maesyn Thiesen.

No. 1 seed Bulldogs will No. 8 seeded Southern Nazarene on Friday with tip-off set for 5 p.m.