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Huskies sweep Sioux

Kyle Resser hit three home runs to lead St. Cloud State to a two-game sweep of UND on Friday at Kraft Field. Resser hit two homers in a 10-4 Huskies win in the opener and another in St. Cloud State's 7-5 win in Game 2. The Huskies improved to 23-...

Kyle Resser hit three home runs to lead St. Cloud State to a two-game sweep of UND on Friday at Kraft Field.

Resser hit two homers in a 10-4 Huskies win in the opener and another in St. Cloud State's 7-5 win in Game 2.

The Huskies improved to 23-20-1 and 9-9 in North Central Conference play, while UND dropped to 12-20 and 4-14.

Andrew Marek led UND's offense in the first game with a two-run home run to highlight a four-run fourth inning. Scott Schmidt and Josh Nelson each had a pair of hits.

Andrew Gudmunson was the top offensive producer in the second game for the Sioux, going 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBIs. Anthony Brenner's two-run pinch-hit home run gave UND a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the sixth, but Sam Radbil and Mic Johnson each hit two-run home runs in the top of the seventh for St. Cloud. Schmidt had three hits and Jabby Bakhit and Chris Gulsvig two each for UND.

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Sean Cooley took the loss in the first game for the Sioux and Sam Anderson got the loss in Game 2.

The teams meet in a doubleheader today at Kraft Field, beginning at noon.

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