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Mastodons roll late

Well, better late than never.

IPFW's women used 35 points and seven 3s from Haley Seibert and some stellar work down the stretch from its bench to knock out South Dakota 96-78 at the Gates Center today, outscoring the Coyotes 19-3 across the last 4:32 to end a game that was a struggle for most of the afternoon.

Seibert's 35 points, Rachel Rinehart's 12 off the bench and 23 from Amanda Hyde led the Mastodons, who turned a back-and-forth, 77-75 game into a rout with its late-game run.

The Mastodons, badly beaten around the glass most of the afternoon, outrebounded South Dakota 14-5 across the last minutes, led by Rebecca Bruner, Mur Hagerman, Danielle Wilmoth and Hyde, who picked her fourth foul with 6:08 and departed for the bench.

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