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Northern head men’s basketball coach Saul Phillips collects his 300th career victory over the weekend

The No. 22 Northern State University men’s basketball team cruised past Bemidji State on Friday evening on the road. The Wolves shot 53.2% from the floor and 42.4% from the 3-point line, hitting 14 made buckets from beyond the arc.

  • Northern led 38-35 at the half and ran away with the game in the second, out-scoring the Beavers 47-28
  • The Wolves out-rebounded the Beavers 35-33 in the win, notching four points off of four offensive boards
  • NSU tallied 32 points in the paint, 16 points off turnovers, 17 assists, four blocks and one steal
  • They gave up just six turnovers in the contest and forced nine
  • In addition, the Beavers tallied just seven made 3-point buckets and the Northern State defense held Bemidji State to 41.9% from the floor and 33.3% from the 3-point line
  • Sam Masten led four starters in double figures, notching his third double-double of the season with 21 points and 11 rebounds
  • Masten, Jacksen Moni, and Josh Dilling, who all scored double digits, hit three long range buckets in the win
  • Dilling was second on the team with eight rebounds and dished out a team high five assists