The Bismarck State baseball team had another outstanding year under third-year coach Corby McGlauflin. BSC will go into this weekend's conference tournament with a 28-7 record and a lot of there success comes from players north of the border.
The Bismarck State baseball team won the first two games of a four-game series with Dakota College at Bottineau on April 19 at Dwyer Field on the campus of Shiloh Christian School.
Bismarck State College and the University of Mary baseball teams picked up sweeps in mid-week tilts on April 9.
BSC baseball split a home doubleheader with Lake Region State College on Sunday afternoon.
In college baseball, the University of Mary split a Northern Sun conference matchup with Concordia-St. Paul. At the junior college level, BSC defeated Presentation College's JV squad on Apr. 3.
In college basketball, one of the top prospects in the state will again stay at home and will attend BSC. This time, it is Shiloh Christian senior Macauley Young.
BSC baseball used red-hot offense to slug their way to a sweep of Dawson CC on Sunday afternoon at Dwyer Field.
In men's college basketball, the all-state performers just keep trickling into the Capital City. The latest is Mott-Regent's Cody Perkins.
In college basketball, BSC signed a dandy of a prospect in Trapper Jacobs this afternoon.
John LaCount, Sr. was selected to receive a new steel roof for his home in Mercer, courtesy of ABC Seamless and KX News.
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