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Morningside handled Dordt on Saturday, 62-23. Morningside handled Dordt on Saturday, 62-23.

--COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Morningside 62 Dordt 23 F  
Northwestern 35 Concordia 21 F 
Midland 56 Briar Cliff 28 F   
Buena Vista 39 Central 38 F/OT  

--COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL
Dordt 3 Doane 1 F
Northwestern 3 Concordia 1 F
SW Minn. State 3 Wayne State 0 F 
Augsburg 3 Buena Vista 1 F  
Cornell 3 Buena Vista 1 F
South Dakota 3 Air Force 2 F  

--WOMEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER
Briar Cliff 1 Waldorf 0 F/OT
Bellevue 2 Morningside 0 F
Jamestown 1 Dordt 0 F  
York 1 Northwestern 0 F
Minot State 2 Wayne State 0 F  
Monmouth 2 Buena Vista 1 F

--MEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER
Briar Cliff 2 Waldorf 1 F
Bellevue 1 Morningside 0 F

--MEN'S COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY
1. Augustana 22; 10. Wayne State 230 F
1. Iowa 29; 4. South Dakota 97 F  

--WOMEN'S COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY
1. Augustana (W) 24; 8. Wayne State 232 F  
1. South Dakota (W) 22; 2. Nebraska 55 F  

--WOMEN'S COLLEGE GOLF
1. Morningside (W) 625; 3. Briar Cliff 644 F 

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