Tellinghuisen scores 18 points and South Dakota State beats IUPUI 68-53



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      BROOKINGS, South Dakota — Reed Tellinghuisen scored 18 points and South Dakota State scored the first 15 points in beating IUPUI 68-53 on Wednesday night for the Jackrabbits' third straight victory.

      George Marshall and Cody Larson added 15 points apiece as the Jackrabbits (12-7, 3-2 Summit League) handed coach Scott Nagy a victory in his 600th game as SDSU coach. The victory was the 10th straight over IUPUI.

      Elijah Ray scored 12 points and Khufu Najee 11 for the Jaguars (6-12, 2-2).

      The Jackrabbits shot 42.5 percent to the Jaguars' 37.5 and made six 3-pointers, twice as many as IUPUI. SDSU also had a 35-28 rebounding edge.

      The Jackrabbits led by 10 at halftime before the Jaguars closed to within three with 13:37 left. Tellinghuisen's layup and two free throws put South Dakota State up by 12 with 6:25 left and the lead would stay in double figures.

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