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Northeast women’s basketball team opens the season on a winning note

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Front row (from left) Michelle Seagren, athletic trainer, Lexi Murphy, Jordyn Berglund, Olivia Schneiders, Megan Trinder, Ena Viso, Jamea Coleman, and Elizabeth Deines, student manager. Back row (from left) Matt Svehla, head coach, Debinique Knowles, Alison Klostergaard, Amelia Allington, Yasmin Miller, Annie Szczepaniak, , Emily Gamble. Not pictured: Mike Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Photo).

Front row (from left) Michelle Seagren, athletic trainer, Lexi Murphy, Jordyn Berglund, Olivia Schneiders, Megan Trinder, Ena Viso, Jamea Coleman, and Elizabeth Deines, student manager. Back row (from left) Matt Svehla, head coach, Debinique Knowles, Alison Klostergaard, Amelia Allington, Yasmin Miller, Annie Szczepaniak, , Emily Gamble. Not pictured: Mike Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Photo).

Front row (from left) Michelle Seagren, athletic trainer, Lexi Murphy, Jordyn Berglund, Olivia Schneiders, Megan Trinder, Ena Viso, Jamea Coleman, and Elizabeth Deines, student manager. Back row (from left) Matt Svehla, head coach, Debinique Knowles, Alison Klostergaard, Amelia Allington, Yasmin Miller, Annie Szczepaniak, , Emily Gamble. Not pictured: Mike Cooper, assistant coach. (Courtesy Photo).

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NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College women’s basketball team opened the season Wednesday night here with a 70-59 victory over North Dakota State College of Science.

Ena Viso scored 16 points and had five rebounds off the bench for the Hawks while Megan Trinder scored 14 points and had five assists.  Alison Klostergaard had a double-double, eleven points and eleven rebounds.

“It was pretty typical for a first game of the season,” said Hawks Coach Matt Svehla. “We had good moments, but we also made some mistakes. We got going midway through the first half, which allowed us to have a double figure lead going into the half. Our defensive pressure allowed us to get some easy baskets and that was key. We also had some good minutes and contributions from our bench which got us 30 points,” he said. “For game one, we’ll take it, but I think we can play much better on both ends of the court.”

This weekend, Northeast will host the men’s and women’s Hawks Classic. On Friday, North Platte Community College will take on Des Moines Area Community College at 2 p.m. in a women’s contest followed by a men’s game featuring Iowa Central Community College and Central Community College at 4 p.m. At 6 p.m., the Northeast women will take on Iowa Lakes Community College while the Northeast men will face Iowa Lakes at 8 p.m.

The tournament continues on Saturday. All games will be played in the Cox Activities Center on the Northeast campus in Norfolk.  

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Northeast women’s basketball team opens the season on a winning note