WATCH: Friday woes continue for UND hockey, MSUM hoops resumes play in 10:00 p.m. Sports for Jan. 21st

Minnesota State University Moorhead's Jesse Bergh pulls down a rebound against Winona State's Connor Drew and Owen King at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse on Friday, Jan. 21, 2022.
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FARGO— The Friday night woes continue for No. 9 UND hockey, after falling 4-1 to No. 4 Western Michigan. North Dakota tied the game off a Judd Caufield goal late in the first period, but UND couldn't get by three Broncos goals on the power play. With the loss, UND drops to 5-6 on Friday nights this season and are back with the Broncos Saturday evening.

New Fargo Force netminder Matej Marinov saved 37 shots on Friday night, but it wouldn't be enough to get by Sioux City in the 6-2 loss. The Force struggled to get their offense going in the first period, not getting the team's first shot on goal until the final minutes of the period. Andre Gasseau lit the lamp in the second period, but it wouldn't be enough.

Hockey Day North Dakota getting underway on Friday. In high school action, Jamestown took down Devils Lake in an outdoor game 2-1. Hockey Day continues on Saturday outside of Wilson Arena in Jamestown.

After three weeks off because of Covid-19 cancellations, MSUM men's and women's basketball returned to play on Friday night at home against Winona State. The Dragon men won 74-58, behind 21 points from Gavin Baumgartner. The MSUM women had a fourth quarter comeback but fell 75-66. Both teams are back with Upper Iowa on Saturday.

Catch the highlights in WDAY's 10:00 p.m. sportscast for Friday, January 21st!

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