Bulldogs Women’s Basketball Rolls Past Mustangs

Despite a slow start, UMD took down SMSU 60-39.

DULUTH, Minn.- After a slow first quarter, Minnesota Duluth woke up and dominated Southwest Minnesota State in the last three quarters of the game to win 60-39.

Sophmore Sarah Grow took control of the game leading all scorers with a total of 20 points. Grow’s 20 points were a season high and one of her collegiate best.

The Bulldogs move up to 4-2 on the season and will finish the non conference schedule on December 19 against Michigan Tech.

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