The Mon-Dak All-Conference women’s basketball selections were announced this week and Lake Region State College had three standouts recognized.
Preparing for its second season back as a program, the Lake Region State College baseball team is looking forward to a bright future.
Diallo Powell was named First Team Mon-Dak All-Conference this week. Powell finished 3rd in voting behind MVP Johnny Woodard from NDSCS & NJCAA leading scorer Tayvon Meyer from Williston.
The Lake Region State College women’s volleyball and fastpitch softball teams have signed dual-sport Rebekah Stoe of Thompson, ND to a National Letter of Intent to play both sports for the Royals in 2015-16.
The Lake Region State College women’s basketball team overcame a poor-shooting first half at Bottineau Thursday night and came away with a 66-59 victory over the Ladyjacks to clinch the MonDak Conference championship.
The Royals men’s basketball team came out knocking down shots, controlling the pace offensively, and dominating the glass to come away with a 90-82 victory of Dakota College at Bottineau Thursday night.
Taylor Henningsgard, a 5' 7" sophomore guard, from Lake Region State College, has been named women's player of the week. In four games last week shooting 61% Taylor scored 50 points, had 30 rebounds, 30 assists, 9 steals, and blocked 4 shots. Taylor is from Buxton, ND, and she attended Central Valley High School.
A MonDak Conference sweep has been a regular sight this season for the Lake Region State College men’s and women’s basketball squad. Sunday afternoon was business usual as the Royals picked up large wins in both conference matchups.
During the season, the Lake Region State College men’s basketball team has been known to show the ability to win games with impressive finishes late.
For a majority of Thursday night’s game between Lake Region State College and Bismarck State it appeared we were heading for another fantastic finished between the top two teams in the Mon-Dak Conference. But around the 14 minute mark of the second half the Mystics found their stroke and turned a four-point advantage into a 20-point stranglehold in a matter of minutes, coasting to a 101-86 win over LRSC.