Alec Rauhauser had another strong weekend for the Bowling Green hockey team.
The Century High product had a goal and two assists in helping the Falcons to a sweep of Lake Superior State in WCHA action.
Rauhauser ranks 13th in Division I hockey with 31 points, including seven goals and 24 assists. He's the only defenseman in the top 50 scorers in the country.
Bowling Green, ranked 15th in last week's USCHO top 20 poll, is 16-8-6 overall and 13-4-5 in the WCHA. The Falcons host Michigan Tech on Friday and Saturday.
MARAUDERS EDGE DRAGONS ON MAT
The 22nd-ranked University of Mary wrestling team went down to the wire with MSU Moorhead on Sunday.
Tied 16-all into the heavyweight match, Dominic Tudor scored an overtime win over Jordan Magnuson (6-4) to secure the Marauders' fifth dual win of the season, 19-16 in Moorhead.
Both teams won five matches in the dual, which featured a distinct Bismarck flavor.
Tate Barnhardt, a St. Mary's product, won by major decision at 133 pounds for U-Mary. In the next match, the Marauders got a win from Century grad Hunter Eckert at 141.
Jared Reis of Napoleon (157) and Phillip Springsteen (165) earned crucial extra points for the Marauders. Reis won by tech fall, while Springsteen blanked Weston Dobler 8-0 for a major.
Two of Moorhead's wins came from Joe Schumacher and Adam Blees. Schumacher, a four-time state champion at Bismarck High, edged Reed Cronin 4-2 at 149.
At 174, Blees pulled out a 2-1 win over Austin Eichmann. The former Demon is ranked eighth in NCAA Division II at 174.
The Marauders have two road duals ahead, heading to Southwest Minnesota State on Friday at 7 p.m. and Augustana on Saturday at 2.
MORE WINS FOR U-MARY
The U-Mary women's indoor track team, ranked 21st in D-II, piled up four wins at the UND Indoor Open in Grand Forks.
Sophomore Nelecia Richards of Portland, Jamaica broke one school record and had a pair of wins in the two-day meet, which ended Saturday.
Richards' time of 1:33.57 won the 600-meter dash and set a new school record. She also teamed with Julia Hammerschmidt, Nicolyn Brown and Abbey Zastrow for a winning time of 3:49.69, almost five seconds better than runner-up UND, in the 4x400 relay.
All-American Tonie-Ann Pandohie raced to a winning time of 8.78 in the 60-meter hurdles.
Field-wise, D'Andra Morris collected a win in the triple jump, soaring 39 feet, 7 inches. She was also third in the high jump (5-2).
Elsehwhere, Brown added a runner-up finish in the 400 (57.58).
Five of the top 10 times in the mile were run by Marauders. Savannah Childers (5:28.51) was third and Maddie McIntyre (5:29.77) fourth.
Long-jumper Ricki Lindley took third (16-3).
Beau Nutting delivered the lone win for the 15th-ranked Marauder men's team.
The senior from Gillette, Wyo., took top honors in the triple jump with a mark of 46-6.5.
Teammate Shenley Allen (45-4.25) made it a 1-2 U-Mary finish in the triple.
In the 600, Rion Szatkowski (1:24.47) and Josh Wulfekuhle (1:25.03) crossed second and third, respectively. The pair were joined by Logan Myers and Jackson Penner for a third-place run of 3:27.02 in the 1,600 relay.
Sam Mackedanz had two top fives in the jumps, led by his second in the high jump (6-3). He was also fifth in the long.
Up next for the Marauders is the NDSU Bison Classic in Fargo on Friday and Saturday.