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Nevada vs. South Dakota State: Three keys to victory and a prediction

The Nevada basketball team plays South Dakota State on Monday afternoon at Sanford Pentagon. Nevada Sports Net’s Chris Murray breaks down the game with his three keys to victory and prediction. This feature is presented in partnership with Bradley, Drendel & Jeanney.

Nevada (1-3) vs. South Dakota State (4-1)

When: Monday, 4 p.m.

Where: Sanford Pentagon (3,250 capacity) in Sioux Falls, S.D.

TV/Radio: None/94.5 FM

Online: ESPN+

Betting line: South Dakota State by 2.5; total of 161

Three keys for Nevada to win

1. Defend the 3-point line: The Jackrabbits have an elite offense, and it starts with its excellent shooting. South Dakota State’s 10.8 made 3-pointers per game rank tied for 24th in the nation with USF, a team the Wolf Pack just played, so it should be prepared to defend the arc. South Dakota State is a better shooting team than the Dons, though. The Jackrabbits hit 42.2 percent of their threes, also 24th in the country. The Wolf Pack must mark Noah Freidel, in particular. The 6-foot-4 guard is averaging 19.2 points per game and is making 3.6 threes per game at a 46.2 percent clip. South Dakota State has other capable shooters, but Freidel, who has made 122 3-pointers in 51 college games, is one of the best marksmen in the country. In South Dakota State’s losses the last three years, Freidel had made 34 percent of his threes. In the team’s wins, he's made 43.1 percent of his threes. He’s the Jackrabbits’ go-to guy.

2. Good transition defense: While South Dakota State is an excellent shooting team, it’s not a one-trick pony in that regard. Only 40.4 percent of the team’s shots come from three, an average mark nationally. The Jackrabbits can do damage inside the arc, too, and a lot of that comes from the team’s pace. South Dakota State ranks 13th in the nation in adjusted tempo, per Ken Pomeroy’s metrics. This team wants to push the ball off misses, so Nevada’s transition defense must be strong. The best way to slow down a fast team is to make buckets on offense so the opponent in taking the ball out of the basket. Misses will fuel South Dakota State’s transition game. Nevada must weigh the importance of chasing offensive rebounds – the Jackrabbits are a below-average defensive rebounding team – against getting players back immediately after misses to slow down the Jackrabbits' attack. South Dakota State has one of the nation’s best offenses because of its ability to drain threes along with its ability to play fast and get its opponent on its heels.

3. 7-footers play big: One of South Dakota State’s weaknesses is its lack of size. The Jackrabbits don’t play anybody taller than 6-foot-8, so this should be a good matchup for Nevada 7-footers Will Baker and Warren Washington, who rate as the Wolf Pack’s two best offensive players this season. Overall, South Dakota State is a slightly below average rebounding team while Nevada is slightly above average (it should be better than that). The Jackrabbits also block only 2.8 percent of its opponent’s shots, bottom 40 in the nation. Nevada coach Steve Alford likes to play inside-out on offense and should start this game by feeding Washington and Baker and seeing how much success they can have against the South Dakota State frontcourt. Baker is coming off his best college game ever, posting 24 points, including 20 in the first half, against San Francisco. South Dakota State has an average defense, but one thing it excels at it defending without fouling. The size of Baker and Washington could challenge that Jackrabbits strength if Nevada's big men are aggressive.


South Dakota State 80, Nevada 75: Alford said Nevada’s narrow loss at San Francisco last Thursday was a step in the right direction, and the Wolf Pack has the chance to prove that against the Jackrabbits, although South Dakota State’s strength (offense) meets Nevada’s weakness (defense). The Wolf Pack should be able to score against the Jackrabbits, and it’d be huge if star guard Grant Sherfield got back in the groove as he’s shooting just 37.9 percent from the field while tallying a team-high 15.3 points per game. South Dakota State returned all five starters from last year’s Summit League regular-season championship team (the Jackrabbits went 16-7) and are basically playing at home, so I’ll give them the edge. Season record: 2-2

Columnist Chris Murray provides insight on Northern Nevada sports. Contact him at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter at @ByChrisMurray.


FARGO, N.D. — Tylee Irwin scored a career-high 31 points on Saturday night to help shorthanded No. 23 South Dakota State complete the road sweep of North Dakota State 69-60.

Irwin passed the 1,000-point milestone on a 3-pointer with 7:59 left in the fourth quarter and set a career high for the second straight night. She scored 25 for South Dakota State (19-2, 12-0 Summit League) in Friday night’s 86-78 win over the Bison (14-6, 9-5).

Irwin made 11 of 15 from the field, including 4 of 5 from 3-point range, and made all five foul shots. Her boost in production came in the absence of Jackrabbits leading scorer Myah Selland (19.2 ppg) and fellow starter Tori Nelson (9.4). Both players left the game Friday night with apparent knee injuries.

It was South Dakota State’s 16th straight win, clinching the No. 1 seed in the Summit League tournament and at least a share of the regular season title. Paiton Burckhard added 11 points.

Ryan Cobbins had 16 points for North Dakota State. Kadie Deaton added 11 points and Emily Dietz scored 10.


MEN'S BASKETBALL: North Dakota State 72, UND 52

FARGO -- After North Dakota State steadily pulled away from UND for a 72-52 win Sunday afternoon in the Fargodome, Bison coach Saul Phillips credited his team's depth as a big reason for the rivalry win.

"Our depth is starting to surface a little bit," Phillips said.

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UND's depth? It's beginning to sink.

UND's thin depth became thinner two minutes into the game, played before a relatively quiet crowd of 5,168.

North Dakota lost starting center Brandon Brekke to a concussion after he took an elbow to the face. UND is now down two starters to injury and a projected starter -- 6-foot-8 Texas Tech transfer Jaron Nash -- has yet to be cleared to play by the NCAA.

"That was a big blow for us," UND coach Brian Jones said. "Brandon is a guy that can score with his back to the basket. And he's our best rebounder. We've had a tough go of it early in the season with injuries, but it is what it is. Unfortunately, that's the life in college athletics."

NDSU had its way inside, outscoring UND 34-18 in the paint. The lack of UND's depth inside became evident in the second half when the Bison stretched a 30-24 halftime lead into a 43-30 advantage with 11 minutes to play.

Taylor Braun led NDSU with 22 points. The 6-foot-7 guard was a tough matchup for UND's perimeter and the Bison also received 13 points from 6-9 Marshall Bjorklund and 10 from 6-7 TrayVonn Wright.

"I felt the difference in the game was NDSU's ability to get the ball to the paint," Jones said. "They were consistent in doing that for 40 minutes."

UND received 12 points from 6-11 Mitch Wilmer and 12 from guard Aaron Anderson. But no other UND player scored more than eight points.

Also, UND's inability to hang on to the ball in the second half was costly.

"We turned the ball over six times in our first 11 possessions," Jones said. "NDSU then got some separation."

UND had an OK start. But the loss of Brekke and a 10-2 Bison first-half run left UND chasing the Bison the rest of the way.

"Our scoring lapses hurt," Anderson said. "And it was tough to penetrate and kick out the ball."

NDSU's defense held UND to only 39 shot attempts. NDSU managed to launch 62 attempts, making 25.

The teams have now played the last three seasons after the rivalry took a break after the 2003-04 season. The home team has won all three.

And the UND game was on NDSU's calendar after the Bison lost in Grand Forks last season.

"The way we came out last year, we felt they outhustled us," Braun said. "That stuck with us for the entire year. "Today, even though we had streaks when we didn't shoot the ball well, we won the hustle plays. We wanted it more today.

"Any time you can beat a rival school by 20, that's a good feeling."

NDSU improved to 8-2 and will play at No. 14 Minnesota on Tuesday night.

UND dropped to 1-6 and will play Presentation College on Thursday before playing its first Big Sky Conference game the following week.


Saturday Sports Roundup: Lady Hardrockers fall in final non-conference game

RAPID CITY, S.D. – The South Dakota Mines women’s basketball team wrapped up non-conference play on Saturday afternoon by hosting the University of Sioux Falls.

The Cougars jumped out to an 18-point lead in the second quarter.

But the Lady Hardrockers cut the deficit to 10 in the fourth quarter.

However, the University of Sioux Falls would hold on for the win, 70-57.

Ryan Weiss led South Dakota Mines with 19 points followed by Anna Combalia and Naomi Hidalgo each with 8 points.

The Hardrockers fall to 0-6 on the season.

South Dakota Mines opens conference play on Dec. 2 in Golden, CO against the Colorado School of Mines

Women’s Basketball Scores

South Dakota State 76, UCLA  66

South Dakota 72, Pittsburgh 61   OT



Men’s Basketball Scores

SD Mines 60, MSU Billings 51

Nebraska 83, South Dakota 70



Women’s Volleyball

Summit League Championship Match

South Dakota def. Omaha, 25-23, 30-28, 25-16

USD is headed to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four seasons.



FCS Football Playoffs

South Dakota State 56, UC Davis 24

Southern Illinois 22, South Dakota 10



Boys Hockey

Rushmore Thunder 11, Yankton 0



Girls Hockey

Oahe Capitals 6, Rushmore Thunder 2




Wichita Thunder 6, Rapid City Rush 4



North American 3 Hockey League

Great Falls 7, Badlands Sabres 3

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Points Per Game87.5Tied-12th

Rebounds Per Game36.8181st

Assists Per Game16.641st

Points Allowed76.8

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South Dakota State basketball rolls past Nevada in Crossover Classic at Sanford Pentagon

The Nevada Wolf Pack ran into a buzzsaw that was South Dakota State on Monday night, as the Jackrabbits kicked off the Mammoth Sports Construction Crossover Classic with a 102-75 pounding of the pack that ranks among SDSU’s most impressive wins in recent years.

Nevada has now lost four in a row and have been struggling on defense, so it’s not exactly like the Jacks rolled over a power conference contender, but the Wolf Pack were picked third in the Mountain West preseason poll, are coached by college basketball legend Steve Alford, and surely didn’t know what they were getting into when they took the Sanford Pentagon floor against SDSU.

“I have a lot of respect for this team – they are really good,” Alford said of the Rabbits. “By far the best team we’ve played to date. And they made us look bad. That’s the sign of a really good team.”

The Jacks got rolling right away and never looked back. Noah Freidel drilled a trio of trifectas to give the Jacks their first nine points, and within minutes the game was already in danger of getting out of hand as SDSU pushed the lead to 25-7. It was 37-13 when Nevada finally started to compete, and they got within 13 at 40-27, only for Charlie Easley to nail a 3 that pushed the lead right back to 16, and the Wolf Pack never got closer.

The Jacks’ 3-point shooting energized the crowd from the beginning, but they were dominant inside, to, as Doug Wilson had 24 points on 9-of-11 shooting, even with Nevada putting a pair of 7-footers in the starting lineup. SDSU became the first Division I team to score 100 points in regulation at the Pentagon.

“I wouldn’t say (the hot start) was what I was expecting, but we really prepped well for this team,” Wilson said. “I knew we’d come out with the mentality that we’d fight and play hard for 40 minutes. The shooting at the start helped us, and got us fired up but for the most part we just executed our gameplan.”

Freidel had 21 points in 23 minutes off the bench, Baylor Scheierman had 18 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, and Easley and Zeke Mayo each had 10 points, also off the bench. SDSU (5-1) made 17-of-33 shots (51.5 percent) from long range and 16-of-30 (53 percent) from inside the arc.

Warren Washington had 20 points to lead Nevada (1-4), while Desmond Cambridge had 17 and Will Baker 12. The Wolf Pack shot 39.7 percent from the floor and were 7-of-22 from deep, and while Alford said his team is still searching for an identity, he also gave SDSU plenty of credit for making that hard for them to do.

“I love the way they move the ball,” Alford said of the Jacks. “They’ve got all the pieces. They’ve got guards that can really shoot it and the couple bigs they have that don’t shoot it are just beasts inside. And then I was really impressed with their defense. They’re physical, they’re older and I thought they gave us a lot of problems at both ends.”

The Jacks have won four in a row. Their one loss was to a ranked Alabama squad and will look to pick up a win over a power conference opponent Tuesday when they face Washington in an 8:30 p.m. tip.

“It’s so early in the season,” coach Eric Henderson said. “We played very good tonight. I mean, offensively we were terrific. We had 15 turnovers in the first half but still scored 51 points. We had 25 assists. Those shots aren’t always gonna be falling, though, so we have to stay true to our identity, and our guys willingness to understand that if they don’t have it going there are plenty of other guys that can.”



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