The Yellow Jackets came into the game Wednesday night sitting in a three way tie for first place of the Dakota Athletic Conference and ranked 6th in the NAIA.  In the first half, the Yellow Jackets got off to a fast start holding South Dakota School of Mines to only 34% from the field.  The pressure was able to get to the Hardrockers as BHSU caused 22 turnovers during the game.  The Yellow Jackets had the lead at halftime 36-22.  In the second Half, the Hardrockers tried to stay in the game but could never get below 10 points as the Yellow Jackets took the game 64-53.  BHSU was led by sophomore Katelynn Lamb and freshman Tiffany Thomas who each had 12 points.

The 21-5 Yellow Jackets will now travel to Jamestown College and Valley City State University for their last two conference games.  This is a big weekend as it will decide who will win the DAC Conference.  Please see the schedule for exact game times and locations.

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