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NORTH STAR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Dickinson State women's basketball program currently sits in third in the North Star Athletic Association with heavy contributions from senior Courtney Olson.
The Comets’ efficiency from the field and dominance in the paint carried their offense throughout, coming away with an 87-80 victory at Scott Gymnasium Friday night.
It was a tug-of-war for the lead down the stretch that wouldn’t be decided right until the final buzzer.
Friday night's contest at Scott Gymnasium went down to the wire.

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Dickinson State beat Presentation College with a 21-point lead inside the Scott Gymnasium on Friday night.
The game was close to begin the second half, but a pair of big plays from the Blue Hawks' defense changed the game.
The Blue Hawks look to extend their winning streak to three.
The last time Dickinson State put up 70 or more points in a game was against Mayville State on Oct. 5, 2019 in a 79-14 win over the Comets.
Dickinson State will look to get back to .500 against an opponent they've never lost to.
The Dickinson State Blue Hawks go back on the road in search of their first victory of the season.

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Pete Stanton and Pete Pfau roamed the secondary in the late 1980s for the Dickinson State football team, but flash forward to today and Pete Pfau was in a totally different circumstance last Saturday.
Ahead of Friday's North Star conference meet, Dickinson State senior Cain Boschee and sophomore Megan Erickson had yet to hit a qualifying mark for the NAIA national track and field meet.
For the first time, Dickinson State junior Lexee Craig cleared 3.5 meters in pole vault. As she hit the mat and bobbling bar remained on its perch, Craig's teammates and coach nearby began an assembly line of hugs, congratulating the Wyoming nati...

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