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The first of two candidates to become head women's basketball coach at Minot State is in town today for an on-campus visit....

    MINOT, N.D.  (MSU) - The first of two candidates to become head women's basketball coach at Minot State is in town today for an on-campus visit. Sean Page is currently in his ninth season as head coach at Newberry College in Newberry, SC. Page's Newberry teams have twice qualified for the NCAA Division II National Tournament (2010 & 2015) and he earned a South Atlantic Conference Tournament Championship in 2015.

   The interview process will involve MSU faculty, staff, student-athletes, members of the media and the community during the day-long interview. Page will have a community meet & greet / media event starting at 4:30 p.m. in the Audubon Room on the third floor of the Minot State Student Center today. The community is encouraged to participate in the process during this time.

     The other candidate is Mark Graupe from Dickinson State.  His on-campus visit is scheduled for Friday.


    BOTTINEAU, ND - The women's basketball team from Dakota College at Bottineau will play in the consolation bracket at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Harrison, Arkansas on Thursday. The Ladyjacks will play Parkland College of Champaign, Illinois.

    The No.16 seed Ladyjacks lost to No.1 seed Kirkwood Community College from Cedar Rapids, Iowa 43-78 in the first round last night. The Eagles improve to 34-0.


     FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) - Minnesota Twins right-hander Trevor May has undergone Tommy John elbow surgery that will keep him off the mound this season. The Twins announced today that the replacement of May's torn ulnar collateral ligament was successful. The 27-year-old was transitioning back to starting, following a move to the bullpen halfway through the 2015 season.  

      With May's injury and their release on Tuesday of veteran right-hander Ryan Vogelsong, the Twins are down to Jose Berrios, Tyler Duffey and Adalberto Mejia in the competition for the fifth spot in the rotation.

     May was placed on the 60-day disabled list, making room for the Twins to add left-hander Craig Breslow to the 40-man roster. The 36-year-old Breslow is among the finalists for a middle relief role.


     NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL is making plans to speed up the pace of games, including changing how video replays are handled and using a time clock for extra points. The league also is discussing with the TV networks how to make commercial breaks less intrusive.

     For officiating replays, the referee no longer would go under a hood to watch a play. Instead, a tablet will be brought to him on the field and he will consult with league headquarters in New York. The final call will be made in New York.

     Support by 75 percent of the 32 team owners would be needed at next week's annual meetings for passage of the proposal.

     In addition to a time clock for PATs when there is no TV break, the league is considering instituting a play clock after a touchdown.

     Also, to improve the flow of games on the field and for television audiences, commercial breaks would be reduced from 21 per game to 16, although each would last 30 seconds longer.


   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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