— Rocky Kreuser had 20 points as third-seeded North Dakota State narrowly beat second-seeded South Dakota 79-75 in the Summit League Conference Tourney semifinals on Monday night.
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- Full Schedule
— Stanley Umude scored 24 points as South Dakota defeated Western Illinois 86-69 in the quarterfinals of the Summit League Conference Tourney on Saturday night.
— Sam Griesel scored a career-high 26 points as North Dakota State defeated South Dakota 89-77 in the regular-season finale on Sunday.
— Stanley Umude scored 26 points as South Dakota won its seventh consecutive home game, getting past North Dakota State 80-71 on Saturday. A.J. Plitzuweit added 20 points for the Coyotes. Plitzuweit also had six rebounds.
A.J. Plitzuweit tied his career high with 37 points to out-duel Max Abmas and lift South Dakota to an 86-84 win over Oral Roberts on Saturday. Abmas led the Golden Eagles with 36 points.
— Bentiu Panoam had 22 points as North Dakota narrowly beat South Dakota 85-81 on Sunday.
— Bentiu Panoam had a career-high 25 points as North Dakota topped South Dakota 85-76 on Saturday.
— Douglas Wilson and Matt Dentlinger scored 21 points apiece as South Dakota State topped South Dakota 89-78 on Saturday night.
— A.J. Plitzuweit had 19 points as South Dakota extended its winning streak to 10 games, beating South Dakota State 64-56 on Friday night.
— A.J. Plitzuweit had a season-high 37 points as South Dakota won its ninth straight game, narrowly beating Nebraska Omaha 97-93 on Saturday night.
— Stanley Umude had 32 points as South Dakota extended its winning streak to eight games, rolling past Nebraska Omaha 91-59 on Friday night.
— Tasos Kamateros had a career-high 21 points as South Dakota won its seventh consecutive game, defeating Western Illinois 84-74 on Saturday night.
— Tasos Kamateros had 15 points as South Dakota narrowly defeated Western Illinois 65-60 on Friday night.
— Stanley Umude had 18 points and six rebounds as South Dakota held off UM Kansas City 66-64 on Friday night.
— Stanley Umude had 27 points and 11 rebounds as South Dakota routed Denver 79-57 on Sunday.
— A.J. Plitzuweit had 31 points as South Dakota easily defeated Denver 93-54 on Saturday.
— Stanley Umude had a career-high 41 points plus 11 rebounds as South Dakota defeated South Dakota State 91-78 on Saturday night.
— Tyree Eady scored 17 points as North Dakota State topped South Dakota 74-67 on Friday night at the Dakota Showcase. Sam Griesel and Rocky Kreuser added 16 points each for the Bison. Kreuser also had eight rebounds.
— Filip Rebraca had a career-high 26 points as North Dakota edged past South Dakota 75-71 on Thursday night in a Summit League opener for both teams.
The challenges for smaller basketball programs run deeper than ever, and the disparity between the haves and have-nots has never been greater than in this year of the pandemic.
— Teddy Allen scored 23 points and Nebraska turned back South Dakota 76-69 on Tuesday night.
— Joseph Yesufu had 14 points off the bench to lead Drake to a 69-53 win over South Dakota on Friday in the Little Apple Classic
— McKinley Wright IV scored 16 points in the first half and finished with 20 on 8-of-12 shooting to help Colorado open the season with an 84-61 win over South Dakota on Wednesday night in the Little Apple Classic.
Marlon Stewart juked his man and lofted the go-ahead basket with 10 seconds left as North Dakota clipped South Dakota 74-71 in the Summit League quarterfinals Sunday night.
Tyler Peterson had 17 points to lead five South Dakota players in double figures as the Coyotes defeated North Dakota 77-67 on Saturday.