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College men's basketball: UMD upsets NSIC North leaders

Sean Burns scored 23 points on 8-for-11 shooting from the field to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 76-70 upset of Northern State in an NSIC game Saturday before 537 at Romano Gym.

Sean Burns scored 23 points on 8-for-11 shooting from the field to lead Minnesota Duluth to a 76-70 upset of Northern State in an NSIC game Saturday before 537 at Romano Gym.
Reserver Trevor Entwisle had 12 points and Brandon Myer chipped in 10 for the Bulldogs (11-7 overall, 8-6 NSIC), who drew a game closer to the North Division-leading Wolves (15-5, 11-3).

UMD made 23 of 27 free throws, including 16 of 18 in the second half to close out the visitors. The Bulldogs went on a 13-1 run late in the game to put it away.

Andrew Kallman had a career-high 21 points in 37 minutes for Northern State, while Gabe King (14 points) and Justin Decker (12) also reached double figures.

• Jarod Wilken (21 points) and Collin Anderson (20) propelled St. Scholastica to a 78-72 victory at Minnesota-Morris in a UMAC game Saturday.

Wilken made 8 of 14 field goals and Anderson knocked down 6 of 10 3-pointers to lead the Saints (10-9, 7-4 UMAC). Brandon Newman added 10 points for CSS, which went on a 13-0 run in the second half to open a 70-53 lead and held on the rest of the way.

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Noah Grove led the Cougars (7-12, 4-6) with 15 points.

• Montroy Scott scored 11 of his game-high 28 points after regulation as Wisconsin-Superior outlasted Martin Luther 74-69 in a double-overtime UMAC win at Mertz Mortorelli Gymnasium.

Carter Brown's 3-pointer with 17 seconds left in the first OT forged a 61-61 tie for the Yellowjackets (6-14 overall, 4-7 UMAC), who pulled away in the second extra session. They have won four of five.

Scott added 11 rebounds for a double-double, while teammate Mac Reykdal totaled 18 points.

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