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  • #91
    Pretty good showing by the Mavs women's BB team for the NSIC women's basketball all academic team. 13 out of 17 and freshmen and transfers are not eligible.

    *Taylor Drost, *Kristi Fett, *Rachel Shumski, *Emmaline Polson, *Kirstin Klitzke, *Rylee Menster, *Anna Wanek, *Madalyn Olson, Heidi Cap, Mikayla Nachazel, Booke Tonsfeldt., Tayla Stuttley, Tyra Boettcher.
    Last edited by laker; 03-19-2020, 07:36 PM.

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    • #92
      If anyone watches SVP or follows him on Twitter since COVID19 began cancelling sports he starting highlighting teams and athletes who had their seasons, careers really, cut short. Senior night he's called it. It's a super cool way to give some of these athletes on last moment in the sun. If you have a team you want to highlight, reach out via Twitter.

      Tonight, the USF ladies will be featured... Excited to watch.

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      • #93
        Short and sweet but was pretty cool to see SVP give the ladies and Coach Trap a shoutout.

        Link to the video for those interested: https://twitter.com/sportscenter/sta...96752308908032

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        • #94
          Happy Birthday Emmaline!

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          • #95
            Mavs are getting a D-1 transfer- on the women's side.

            https://goleathernecks.com/sports/wo...uidinger/17778

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            • #96
              Originally posted by laker View Post
              Mavs are getting a D-1 transfer- on the women's side.

              https://goleathernecks.com/sports/wo...uidinger/17778
              Pretty good lineage. Both parents played in college and her dad played a couple years in the NBA after playing for Duluth of all schools. No disparage to Duluth but they swim with us after all. How many teams in the NSIC can say they have alum that reached that high?

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              • #97
                Originally posted by DapperDan View Post

                Pretty good lineage. Both parents played in college and her dad played a couple years in the NBA after playing for Duluth of all schools. No disparage to Duluth but they swim with us after all. How many teams in the NSIC can say they have alum that reached that high?
                Northern
                1961 67 7 8 Mel Klein Boston Celtics
                1981 204 10 1 Scott Bolanko Dallas Mavericks
                Mankato
                1976 171 10 14 Elisha McSweeney Cleveland Cavaliers
                Augustana
                1979 45 3 1 Arvid Kramer Utah Jazz
                1983 207 10 1 Mark Smed Indiana Pacers
                St. Cloud
                1959 81 12 2 Vern Baggenstoss Minneapolis Lakers
                Upper Iowa
                1974 147 9 3 Jim Buskofsky Cleveland Cavaliers
                Winona
                1975 111 7 3 Gus Johnson Atlanta Hawks

                That's the complete list of NSIC schools with a player drafted, can't find one of just playing.

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

                  Northern
                  1961 67 7 8 Mel Klein Boston Celtics
                  1981 204 10 1 Scott Bolanko Dallas Mavericks
                  Mankato
                  1976 171 10 14 Elisha McSweeney Cleveland Cavaliers
                  Augustana
                  1979 45 3 1 Arvid Kramer Utah Jazz
                  1983 207 10 1 Mark Smed Indiana Pacers
                  St. Cloud
                  1959 81 12 2 Vern Baggenstoss Minneapolis Lakers
                  Upper Iowa
                  1974 147 9 3 Jim Buskofsky Cleveland Cavaliers
                  Winona
                  1975 111 7 3 Gus Johnson Atlanta Hawks

                  That's the complete list of NSIC schools with a player drafted, can't find one of just playing.
                  Safe to say most never played judging by the round they were drafted. Seems strange now that they used to have so many.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by DapperDan View Post

                    Safe to say most never played judging by the round they were drafted. Seems strange now that they used to have so many.
                    First time I saw it I was floored because, in my closing in on middle age-ish life, I only remember two rounds. Pretty cool though.

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                    • Good info! Towards the end of their D2 run, UND had a kid drafted in the early second round. Jerome Beasley. Didn’t do much in the league though.

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                      • Originally posted by Stanger86 View Post
                        Good info! Towards the end of their D2 run, UND had a kid drafted in the early second round. Jerome Beasley. Didn’t do much in the league though.
                        Phil Jackson, yes that Phil Jackson, played for UND. Before becoming the Zen coach he had a very nice career with the Knicks.

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                        • Originally posted by laker View Post
                          Mavs are getting a D-1 transfer- on the women's side.

                          https://goleathernecks.com/sports/wo...uidinger/17778
                          Interesting. I was hoping the MSU women's team would bring in at least one transfer. Not sure, but I would assume she is projected to possibly replace Drost at the 4.

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                          • Originally posted by laker View Post
                            Mavs are getting a D-1 transfer- on the women's side.
                            Cougars gain a D1 transfer of their own this offseason... https://twitter.com/Brian_Haenchen/s...74233004220419

                            Former Sioux Falls Lincoln graduate Anna Brecht from UW-Green Bay.... Looks to have 2 seasons of eligibility remaining

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                            • Story about the Guidinger brother and sister- him to St John, her to MSU

                              https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/s...on/3000196001/

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