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Women's basketball Freije to transfer: Fallyn Freije will transfer from the UND women's basketball program and complete her college eligibility elsewhere, the school confirmed Thursday night. "We wish Fallyn the best in her future endeavors," UND...

Women's basketball

Freije to transfer: Fallyn Freije will transfer from the UND women's basketball program and complete her college eligibility elsewhere, the school confirmed Thursday night.

"We wish Fallyn the best in her future endeavors," UND head coach Travis Brewster said. "She helped lead us to two postseason runs, including a regular season Big Sky championship last year. We thank her for her contributions."

UND will have All-Big Sky Conference first-team selection Lexi Klabo back next season, along with five of the top six scorers from last season, as the Fighting Hawks move to The Summit League in 2018-19.

Freije is a junior and will have one year of eligibility remaining.

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The 6-foot junior from Edmore, N.D., started 23 games for the Fighting Hawks this season, averaging 13.2 points and 7.7 rebounds.

Boxing

Golden Gloves boxing set: There will be a Golden Gloves boxing card on Saturday at the Muddy Rivers Townhouse Motor Inn ballroom.

Teams from North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Canada will compete in all weight classes, from juniors to seniors.

Also, there will be some female boxing matches on the card.

Lunch and drinks will be served. Doors will open at 1 p.m. The event is being hosted by Muddy Rivers and the Forks Fighters Boxing Club.

Related Topics: UND BASKETBALL
Wayne Nelson is the sports editor at the Herald.


He has been with the Grand Forks Herald since 1995, serving as the UND football and basketball beat writer as well as serving as the sports editor.



He is a UND graduate and has been writing sports since the late 1970s.



Follow him on Twitter @waynenelsongf. You can reach him at (701) 780-1268 or wnelson@gfherald.com.
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