South Dakota Coyotes 15 39 54
North Dakota St 36 46 82
Date of game: 2/27/2014

Recap: North Dakota St vs. South Dakota

Fargo, ND ( - Taylor Braun finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds as the North Dakota State Bison claimed the Summit League regular season title with an 82-54 victory over the South Dakota Coyotes at Bison Sports Arena.

Mike Felt sank five 3-pointers to account for all 15 of his points for NDSU (22-6, 11-2 Summit League). TrayVonn Wright added 14 points and Marshall Bjorklund tacked on 13.

Karim Rowson logged 10 points for South Dakota (12-16, 6-7).

NDSU gave itself quite a cushion at halftime, as it led, 36-15. The Bison sank 48.1 percent of their shots from the floor, including 5-of-9 from 3-point range. South Dakota had only four field goals in the entire period.

The Bison did not let up after intermission, heating up to 54.8 percent shooting to run away for the win and their first Summit League regular season title since 2008-09.

NDSU outscored South Dakota, 37-18, in the paint and 33-12 from 3-point range.

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