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DSU men’s hoops falls to Doane

DENVER -- Dickinson State junior guard Marcus White scored a game-high 24 points off the bench on Saturday, but no other Blue Hawk scored more than nine points, and DSU lost to Doane (Neb.) University 76-72.

DENVER - Dickinson State junior guard Marcus White scored a game-high 24 points off the bench on Saturday, but no other Blue Hawk scored more than nine points, and DSU lost to Doane (Neb.) University 76-72.

White was 8 of 14 from the field and 8 of 12 from the line, and he added six boards to his line. Gilberto Shojgreen Jr. tallied nine points for DSU, and Jerry Shevlin and Ryan Clark followed with eight and seven points, respectively.

Doane’s Chase Stone and Mykeil Tzul each scored 18 points, while Nate Kuhl added 14 and Eddie Austin Jr. put up 10.

  DSU (1-2): Konner Goettsche 3, Ryan Clark 7, Jerry Shevlin 8, Jake Buck 6, Dontae Clark 4, Carter Gallo 3, Terrell Butler 6, Myka Brown 2, Gilberto Shojgreen Jr. 9, Marcus White 24. .

DU (3-0): Nate Kuhl 14, Mykeil Tzul 18, Reid Williams 5, Eddie Austin Jr. 10, Connor Long 4, Chase Stone 18, Rylee Zimmerman 3, David Wilson 4.

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Halftime: DU 43, DSU 39. Total fouls: DSU 28, DU 26. Fouled out: DSU, Shojgreen Jr. DU, Kuhl 5. 3-point goals: DSU 3-12 (Goettsche 1-5, Shevlin 1-3, Buck 0-1, Gallo 1-1, Butler 0-1, White 0-1), DU 6-14 (Conner Quin 0-1, Tzul 0-1, Williams 1-1, Austin Jr. 1-3, Stone 4-6, Wilson 0-2). Rebounds: DSU 39 (Clark 7), DU 26 (Kuhl 8). Assists: DSU 13 (Buck 5), DU 12 (three tied, 2). Steals: DSU 2 (White 1, Buck 1), DU 8 (two tied, 2). Blocks: DSU 2 (Butler 2), DU 0. Turnovers: DSU 17, DU 8.

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