KYNT Local Sports for 11-4-19

The Mount Marty women’s basketball team remained unbeaten after two wins in the NAIA Classic this weekend at the Pentagon in Sioux Falls.  The Lancers topped Presentation 70-53 on Saturday as Karlee McKinney scored 23 points and Jamie Tebben added 17 points and 7 rebounds.  Yesterday, Mount Marty edged Dakota State 81-77 as McKinney scored 19 and Molly Koisti had 15 points and 4 steals.

The Mount Marty men’s basketball team is now 4 and 1 after two victories in the NAIA Classic.  On Saturday, the Lancers routed Presentation 90-54 as Colby Johnson led the attack with 20 points.  Mount Marty beat Dakota State 65-51 on Sunday as Chris King hit five three-point shots and paced the team with 24 points.

The College of St. Mary scored with 11 minutes left to edge Mount Marty 1-0 in Women’s Soccer Saturday at Crane-Youngworth Field.  The Lancer women ended up 3 and 10 overall and set a number of school records in conference play.

The Mount Marty College Men’s Soccer squad has qualified for their first conference post-season tournament.  The Lancers finished at 3-7-1 in the G-PAC for the eighth-seed and will play at conference champion Morningside on Wednesday at 7 p-m.

The Mount Marty volleyball team lost a G-PAC match at the College of St. Mary on Saturday by scores of 25-15, 25-17 and 25-20.  The Lancers are now 8 and 23 overall with a match tonight at eighth-ranked University of Jamestown.

The South Dakota volleyball team defeated Denver University in Summit League volleyball Sunday in Vermillion by scores of 21-25, 30-28, 25-15 and 25-16.  Elizabeth Juhnke had 20 kills and Madison Jurgens 53 assists in the Coyotes 19th consecutive victory heading into a home match Tuesday with South Dakota State.

The U-S-D football squad set a school record with 37 first downs but it wasn’t enough as Western Illinois posted their first victory this season in a 38-34 win over the Coyotes on Saturday.

The fifth-ranked South Dakota State Jackrabbits racked up 523 yards of total offense Saturday in a 35-14 victory at Missouri State.