L/L-M's Molly Musland commits to Concordia College WBB

Musland is hoping to help a program that has not had a winning season since 2015-16.

L/L-M's Molly Musland poses with assistant coach Scott Koeheler, brother Max Musland, head coach Mitch Carlson, assistant coach Jake Holen, and parents Eric and Denise Musland.
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LaMoure/Litchville Loboes guard Molly Musland has announced on her Twitter page that she has committed to NCAA Division III Concordia College (MN.)

Musland released a statement in the tweet thanking the other coaches that offered her while announcing her decision to be a Cobber.

“I also want to thank all the other D2, NAIA, JC and D3 colleges that took interest and were recruiting me and thank them for their time,” Musland wrote. “With that being said, I am very excited to announce that I am furthering my academic and basketball careers at Concordia College.”

Musland led her team to an 18-7 record, a Barnes County North title, a District 5 title and an appearance in the Region 3 Championship Game. She played in all 25 of her team’s games, averaging 16.4 points per game, 5.3 rebounds, 76 assists, and 71 steals, and seven blocks.

Musland will be joining a Cobbers team that went 8-16 last season, losing in the second round of the conference tournament. Musland is joining a roster that already has a North Dakota presence with six other players from the state. She is the first Loboe to play for the Cobbers since at least 1974.

My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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