DULUTH, Minn. -- The University of Minnesota Duluth women's basketball improved to 8-0 at home with a 69-58 win over Minnesota State on Friday night.
Brooke Olson lead the way with 28 points for UMD, her career high. She was red hot from behind the arc, hitting five of her eight attempts. The Bulldogs remain the best team in the NSIC at 10-1.
The UMD men stumbled in the late game after a tough first half. The Bulldogs trailed 33-22 at the half, shooting just 4-17 from three and 20 percent from the field.
In the second half, UMD made a push to close their double digit gap, but ultimately came up short. Trevor Entwisle missed a halfcourt heave at the buzzer, and the Bulldogs lost 67-65.