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DENVER -- Four different Blue Hawks scored in double figures against Concordia College on Friday, but it wasn't enough as Dickinson State was downed by the Bulldogs, 73-66.

DENVER - Four different Blue Hawks scored in double figures against Concordia College on Friday, but it wasn’t enough as Dickinson State was downed by the Bulldogs, 73-66.

The Blue Hawks led by 11 points at one point during the second half, but a late second half surge led by Concordia’s Seth Curran put the game away.

Curran had 15 points to lead four Bulldogs in double figures.

Point guard Jake Buck, who finished with 12 points and seven assists, was the high man in both categories for DSU. Jerry Shevlin scored 11, while Ryan Clark and Dontae Clark both had 10. Buck and Clark were tied for the team lead with six rebounds.

The Blue Hawks will look to bounce back against Doane University tomorrow.

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  Concordia University 73, Dickinson State 66

Concordia: Seth Curran 15, Eli Ziegler 13, Chandler Folkerts 11, Chris Johnston 10.

Dickinson: Jake Buck 12, Jerry Shevlin 11, Ryan Clark 10, Dontae Clark 10.

Halftime: Concordia 33, Dickinson 32. Total fouls: Concordia 18, Dickinson 26. Fouled out: Concordia, Chris Johnstone. Dickinson, Ryan Clark. 3-point goals: Concordia  7-22, Dickinson 3-19. Rebounds: Concordia 35 (Kyle Pierce 9), Dickinson 34 (Clark 6). Assists: Concordia 10 (Ziegler 3), Dickinson 15 (Buck 7) Steals: Concordia 4, Dickinson 7 (Jake Buck 3) Blocks: Concordia 1 (Pierce 1), Dickinson 2 (Shevlin 1, Konner Goettsche 1). Turnovers: Concordia 15, Dickinson 14.

 

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