John Larson will start in place of Everhart when UMD (4-2) plays Northern State (3-3) at 1 p.m. today in an NSIC North Division game in Aberdeen, S.D. Larson, a redshirt freshman from Braham, Minn., is the third quarterback to make his starting debut for the Bulldogs this season.“I’m extremely excited,” Larson said. “It’s going to be a battle, for sure. You don’t really know how it will go.
The ball quickly circled to UMD junior outside hitter Makenzie Morgen, who promptly buried it.Morgen had a season-high 19 kills to lead sixth-ranked UMD to a 25-22, 21-25, 25-22, 25-19 victory over second-ranked Concordia before 842 at Romano Gym, snapping the defending national champion's 18-match NSIC winning streak. "We were just rolling," Morgen said. "We did a great job on defense. We were able to give our hitters second chances if we weren't able to put it away right away.
Coaches: Steve Laqua is 26-45 in his seventh season at Moorhead; Curt Wiese is 46-10 in his fifth season at UMD.Outlook: UMD opened NSIC North Division play with a 34-21 home victory over St. Cloud State last week in the Bulldogs' most complete game of the season. UMD featured balance offensively, with sophomore quarterback Ben Everhart throwing for 183 yards and four touchdowns and junior running back Anthony Wood rushing 17 times for 128 yards and another score.
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