South Dakota Coyotes 27 27 54
South Dakota St 36 31 67
Date of game: 1/31/2013

Recap: South Dakota St vs. South Dakota

Brookings, SD (Sports Network) - Jordan Dykstra recorded a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds as the South Dakota State Jackrabbits defeated the South Dakota Coyotes, 67-54, in Summit League play at Frost Arena.

Nate Wolters scored a game-high 19 points along with seven boards in the Jackrabbits (17-6, 8-2 Summit) victory. Tony Fiegen and Chad White scored 11 points a piece as South Dakota State won a sixth consecutive game.

For the Coyotes (8-14, 4-6), Casey Kasperbauer recorded 15 points but was the only player in double-figures as South Dakota lost a second game in a row.

South Dakota State made 42.9 percent from the floor including 7-of-13 from long-range, en route to a 36-27 advantage at the break. South Dakota was held to a mere 2-of-5 from long range in the period.

Both teams collected11 field goals from the floor in the second half while South Dakota State made 7-of-8 free-throws to seal the 13-point victory.

South Dakota State forced 17 turnovers and outscored the Coyotes, 15-7, in points off those turnovers.

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