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Once-beaten Northern State slowly pulled away from a game effort from the University of Jamestown on Monday night in Aberdeen. The 6-1 Wolves shot 56.7 percent, making 34 of their 60 shots en route to an 88-71 win. It was an exhibition game for the Jimmies, meaning it did not count in the standings. Still, the game remained close for much of the second half before the home team pulled away late. Brequan Tucker soared over his 20-point per game average with 26 points, making 10 of his 17 shots.
Persistence paid off when it really mattered for the Jamestown High School hockey team on Saturday. After pounding Hazen-Beulah goalie Colin Johnson all game with pucks, the 55th shot of...
Stingy defense was the order of the weekend for the Jimmies in Dickinson. After holding Rocky Mountain College to 26 points in the second half on Friday, the University of...
There haven't been many scabs to pick at for the University of Jamestown volleyball team this season. But if you had to dig deep, slow starts against top-notch competition might be the only area of concern. That's of particular importance as the 18th-ranked Jimmies prepare for the NAIA national tournament final site next week in Sioux City, Iowa. The Jimmies (25-6) play No. 7 Northwestern, Iowa (31-3) at 5:45 on Tuesday, No. 6 Missouri Baptist (34-3) at 8 p.m. on Wednesday and 19th-ranked Indiana Wesleyan (33-7) at 8 p.m.
Jimmies women's basketball beats Rocky Mountain College
Jimmie volleyball faces some of the top teams in the NAIA during its tournament run.
Concordia-St. Paul used a big second half for a seven point win over the Jimmies.
The U.J. men's basketball team picks up a win.
Jimmy wrestling falls to St. Cloud State.
The North Dakota state volleyball tournament from Minot will be broadcast live on the internet. Every match from the tournament will be available at www.nfhsnetwork.com . Cost is $9.95 per match or $14.95 for the weekend. Veteran Minnesota State University-Moorhead radio play-by-play announcer Steve d'Eustachio will have the call.