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College women's basketball: UMD recovers to win in OT

A lopsided fourth quarter nearly cost Minnesota Duluth an NSIC victory Friday night at Minnesota State-Mankato, but the Bulldogs regrouped in overtime to win their third straight, 72-66 over the Mavericks.

A lopsided fourth quarter nearly cost Minnesota Duluth an NSIC victory Friday night at Minnesota State-Mankato, but the Bulldogs regrouped in overtime to win their third straight, 72-66 over the Mavericks.

Sarah Grow scored 16 points and Sammy Kozlowski added 14 for the Bulldogs (10-4 overall, 9-2 NSIC), who led 51-40 after three quarters. But Mankato (5-10, 2-9) outscored the visitors 17-6 in the fourth to force OT, where UMD's Emma Boehm scored seven of her nine points, including a game-sealing 3-pointer, to stabilize the Bulldogs.

Taylor Drost totaled 18 points to lead the Mavericks, who turned the ball over 24 times.

UMD has won five of six and is second behind next Friday's opponent, Minnesota State-Moorhead, in the North Division.

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