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College women's basketball: Bulldogs put clamps on Mustangs

Sophomore forward Sarah Grow had 20 points, eight rebounds and five blocks, and Minnesota Duluth's defense was stellar for the second straight night as the Bulldogs bounced Southwest Minnesota State 60-39 on Saturday in NSIC action before 250 fan...

Sophomore forward Sarah Grow had 20 points, eight rebounds and five blocks, and Minnesota Duluth's defense was stellar for the second straight night as the Bulldogs bounced Southwest Minnesota State 60-39 on Saturday in NSIC action before 250 fans at Romano Gym.

Sophomore guard Ann Simonet added 14 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals for UMD (5-2 overall, 4-1 NSIC), which held the Mustangs to 26.3 percent shooting (15-for-57), including 19.2 percent (5-for-26) from 3-point range, while also having a 43-35 rebounding advantage.

Meleah Reinhart was the lone player in double figures with 11 points for Southwest Minnesota State (4-6, 1-4).

• Junior forward Eva Reinertsen of Duluth scored all 15 of her points in the first half as Wisconsin-Superior jumped to a big lead and cruised to an 80-42 UMAC victory over Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minn.

Hannah Norlin had 12 points, Marissa Ruiz and Kaly Kostrova chipped in 10 apiece and point guard Emily Carpenter added 10 assists for the Yellowjackets (9-1 overall, 4-0 UMAC), who led 39-17 at the break. Twelve players as the Yellowjackets improved to 58-0 in UMAC play, including the postseason.

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Emily Witkowski had 19 points to lead the Knights (1-10, 1-3), who shot just 28.8 percent while turning the ball over 23 times.

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