When: 6:30 p.m. Saturday

Where: Frost Arena, Brookings, S.D.

UNO (2-6, 0-1)

F, Alex Welhouse, 6-7, Sr., 7.8

C, John Karhoff, 6-8, Jr., 10.8

G, Alex Phillips, 6-3, Jr., 10.9

G, Justin Simmons, 6-3, Jr., 12.4

G, Caleb Steffensmeier, 6-1, Jr., 4.1

South Dakota State (5-2, 0-0)

F, Tony Fiegen, 6-7, Sr., 8.4

G, Chad White, 6-6, Jr., 8.9

F, Jordan Dykstra, 6-8, Jr., 12.1

G, Brayden Carlson, 6-4, Jr., 8.4

G, Nate Wolters, 6-4, Sr., 21.9

Scouting UNO: In the last three games, junior forward Matt Hagerbaumer has averaged 6.0 points. In the last four games, he’s blocked eight shots. In the last five games, he’s averaged 4.8 rebounds. For the season, he’s shooting 80 percent (12 of 15) from the field. … Starting point guard CJ Carter, averaging 7.4 points through five games, has played 33 minutes the past three games because of a back injury. … Forward Koang Doluony, who started the first six games but played three minutes off the bench against Chicago State and is averaging 2.7 points, didn’t make the road trip (which included a Thursday night loss at North Dakota State) to attend to a personal matter.

Scouting South Dakota State: Chad White’s 3-pointer at the buzzer gave the Jackrabbits a 71-70 nonconference win Wednesday against North Dakota, the team’s 20th straight home win. … Four SDSU games have been decided on the final shot, and the Jacks are 2-2 in those games, losing at the buzzer at Alabama and at Hofstra while also winning against Marshall. White also hit a game-winning 3 against the Thundering Herd. … Potential NBA draft pick Nate Wolters has 1,781 career points, 34 behind current assistant Austin Hansen for third all-time at SDSU. … UNO snapped South Dakota State’s 27-game homecourt win streak Jan. 10, 2004. … South Dakota State, the preseason choice to win the Summit League, is No. 13 in the CollegeInsider.com mid-major Top 25.

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