Saturday, 31 October 2009

Minot State 100, Regina 76

Regina had defeated Minot State 96-63 at home in Regina just two weeks ago.

Minot State Beavers play in the NAIA's Dakota Athletic Conference (DAC) but were informed Friday that the school's application for entrance into NCAA Division II has been accepted. MSU begins the first year of a three-year membership process starting in the 2009-10 season. The transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II is a three-year process, with a two-year candidacy period followed by a third year with provisional status. MSU will continue to compete in the NAIA for the first two years before moving to NCAA DII in its third year. If the school meets all NCAA transition requirements, it will become a full-fledged NCAA Division II member in 2012-13 season.

MSU balanced in opening rout Beavers place six in double figures in win over Regina

Minot State University’s Shaun Johnson reaches up for a dunk as the Beavers played Regina (Sask.) Friday at the MSU Dome. MSU won the game 100-76.

Minot State University men's basketball head coach Mike Hultz said he was pleasantly surprised with how his new players reacted in their first game with the Beavers.

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