South Dakota State blows out IPFW for 94-58 win

Chad White had 18 points, six rebounds and seven assists off the bench, and South Dakota State rode its long-range shooting to its seventh win in eight games, 94-58 Wednesday over IPFW.

White hit four of South Dakota State's 13 3-pointers, helping coach Scott Nagy get his 300th career victory. Nate Wolters and Brayden Carlson added 17 points apiece for the Jackrabbits (11-4, 3-0 Summit League), and Carlson made five 3s. Tony Fiegen scored 12 points, and Griffan Callahan had 10.

Frank Gaines scored 15 points for the Mastodons (7-5, 1-2), who lost their second straight after a five-game winning streak.

IPFW trailed by just five, 39-34, after a Mario Hines layup with 3:08 left until halftime. But SDSU used a 24-6 run early in the second half to take control of the game. The Jackrabbits dominated inside, outscoring IPFW 34-18 in the paint and 24-8 on second-chance points.

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