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USD men hit from long range often, top Omaha

Coyotes made a Division I-era record 17 3-pointers

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VERMILLION — The University of South Dakota men's basketball team knocked down a Division I-era record 17 3-pointers in a 105-70 win over Omaha in a Summit League victory Saturday.

Mason Archambault had a career-high 25 points for USD, which picked up its third win in six days. The Coyotes were 17-of-30 from behind the arc. They are now 3-3 in conference play and 10-7 overall.

USD, which led 57-33 at halftime, had six players score in double figures. Aside from Archambault, Tasos Kamateros and Krus Perrott-Hunt each had 15 points; Keaton Kutcher and Erik Oliver both had 11 and Hunter Goodrick had 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Felix Lemetti and Frankie Fidler each had 11 for Omaha, which is 3-16 overall and 2-6 in Summit play.

The Coyotes play next at Western Illinois at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20.

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