BOWLING GREEN, Ohio. — A second-half surge rallied the South Dakota men’s basketball team to an 88-79 victory Monday night over Bowling Green in Bowling Green, Ohio. Junior Matt Mooney, who made just four of his first 16 shots, went 7-of-9 from the field in the second half and totaled 26 points to carry the Coyotes to victory. Tyler Hagedorn tallied 15 points, with 11 in the second half, and Carlton Hurst added 14 points and nine rebounds. The Coyotes shot 29-of-61 for 47.5 percent while holding the home team to 34.2 percent (25-of-73) shooting. Dylan Frye led Bowling Green with 23 points while Derek Koch added 15 points and Rodrick Caldwell totaled 10 points. South Dakota stays on the road for a Wednesday night contest at TCU.
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