South Dakota junior guard Jaycee Bradley knocked down five of USD's 13 3-pointers as the Coyotes women's basketball team defeated North Dakota State 82-67 Tuesday night on the road.
South Dakota (10-5, 2-0 Summit) earned its 750th victory in program history. The Coyotes also defeated North Dakota State (7-8, 0-1) for the ninth time in the last 10 games.
Bradley finished with a season high 21 points on 8-of-9 shooting from the floor and made a perfect 5-of-5 from downtown.
Junior guard Allison Arens tallied 19 points for her ninth double-digit game this season. Arens added six boards, five assists and a pair of steals to her stat line.
Sophomore guard Ciara Duffy tallied her fifth-straight double-figure game with 16 points on 5-of-9 shooting. She also dished out four assists.
Senior center Kate Liveringhouse was the fourth Coyote in double digits with 10 points and also grabbed four boards. Senior guard Jasmine Trimboli tallied seven points, nine rebounds and four steals.
South Dakota jumped out to a hot start, making 10-of-15 shots including six 3-pointers in the first quarter to lead 27-14.
The Coyotes forced 10 turnovers in those first 10 minutes and scored 18 points off Bison mistakes.
USD outscored NDSU 30-17 to put the game away heading into the fourth quarter.
South Dakota made 50 percent (31-of-62) of its shots from the floor and shot a season-best 48.1 percent (13-of-27) from outside the arc.
Boys High School Basketball
CHAMBERLAIN 53, WINNER 50: Chamberlain outscored Winner 32-23 in the second half to overcome a first half deficit and pick up the narrow win on Tuesday,
Brady Fritz led the Warriors in scoring with 17 points, while Phillip Jorgenson chipped in with 10.
The Cubs (3-2) will play Dell Rapids Friday, while Winner (1-5) is at Bennett County.
Girls High School Basketball
TIMBER LAKE 52, HARDING COUNTY 37: Lexy White scored 22 points and seven boards, while Loryn Schoelerman chipped in with 21 points as Timber Lake cruised past Harding County on Tuesday night.
Shamra Garrett paced the Ranchers with 10 points, five rebounds, four steals and three assists.
The Panthers (5-1) will play at Edmunds Central on Thursday, while Harding County (2-4) hosts Heart River, N.D.
WINNER 55, CHAMBERLAIN 24: The Warriors carried a 36-21 lead into the half as it cruised past Chamberlain on Tuesday.
Morgan Hammerbeck paced Winner with 22 points and Gabriel Kocer finished with 14.
The Warriors (4-2) will host Todd County on Thursday and the Cubs (2-3) hit the road to take on Crow Creek.