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Bison football injuries force younger players to step up. UND looks to stay in command on the road. Class A golf wraps round one at State Tournament.
Concordia's Landon Olson shot a 1-under 71 in Monday's final round of the MIAC Men's Championship and earned a tie for eighth place at the Bunker Hills Golf Club.
North Dakota State travels to Indiana State Saturday for the first time in five years.
The Fighting Hawks junior forward made a convincing case to stay in the lineup during Saturday's exhibition game against Manitoba.

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The Minnesota Gophers trailed for the first time this season, but their strength on defense came through as offense from defensemen Mike Koster and Brock Faber spurred a rally and kept their record unblemished.
Carleton leads St. Catherine by 10 strokes following Sunday's second round of the three day MIAC Women's Championship at Bunker Hills Golf Course.

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Concordia fell off its pace by 31 shots on Sunday and are 36 shots off the lead at the MIAC Men's Championship at Bunker Hills Golf Club.
Minot State's Chloe Allan scored two of her team's second half goals in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game on Sunday at Nemzek Soccer Field.
There are plenty of twists and turns coming over the next eight weeks. But there is no doubt Minnesota’s inability to run the ball against the Boilermakers and the mistakes the Gophers made in all phases will serve as a big opportunity lost.

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