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Minot State University baseball has made their fourth signing of the 2014 recruiting class...

    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - Minot State University baseball has made their fourth signing of the 2014 recruiting class, officials announced this afternoon.  Local standout Chandler Jacob of Minot has signed on to continue both his academic and athletic career at Minot State University beginning in the fall of 2014.

    Jacob played both football and baseball for the Magicians and was named All-Conference during his junior year on the diamond. He was also named an Academic All-American for his hard work and ability in the classroom.

    During his senior season with the Magicians, Jacob has had an outstanding year. He is currently hitting .434 with eight runs batted in and three triples on the year. He is also getting it done on the mound. In 13.1 innings pitched he has an ERA of just 1.46 with 19 strikeouts and a 1-1 overall record.

    He will become the fifth Minot native on the Beaver roster, which is something Weppler is excited about.


    EUREKA, Mo. (MSU) - Minot State University's Kowan O'Keefe shot a 3-over-par 75 today in the final round of the NCAA Division II Midwest/Central Regional in Eureka, Missouri.  O'Keefe finished the three day tournament shooting a 270 or 14-over-par.  His final place is yet to be determined as players are still on the course.


     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Wild have done a good job of putting the brakes on Chicago's high-flying offense through the first three games of the Western Conference semifinals.
     The Wild trail 2-1 in the series, but they have not allowed the Blackhawks to get more than 22 shots on net in a game yet. Now they get tough guy Matt Cooke back to help keep the defensive pressure going.
     Cooke will play on Friday night in Game 4 after serving a seven-game suspension for a knee-to-knee hit on Colorado's Tyson Barrie in the first round. The hit renewed criticism of Cooke as a dirty player.
     Cooke struck an almost defiant tone today, saying people "are entitled to their opinions." He says it's not his job to try to change those opinions.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Organizers of Minnesota's bid for the 2018 Super Bowl say the local corporate community will cover most of the costs.  US Bank CEO Richard Davis co-chairs the bid committee and says local corporations pledged enough to cover 75 percent of the estimated $30 million to $40 million in costs just within the first seven days of the drive.
     But the co-chairs gave few details about their proposal to NFL owners, saying they don't want to give anything away to Indianapolis and New Orleans, the other cities competing for the game.
     They say their proposal includes rebates that will be a fraction of the extra tax revenue the state would collect.  Organizers will make their presentation to team owners May 20 and will learn that day whether they got the bid.


     UNDATED (AP) - The second games in the Indiana-Washington and Oklahoma City-Los Angeles Clippers second-round NBA playoff series are being played tonight.
     In Indianapolis the Pacers are looking to rebound from losing the first game of the best-of-seven series with Washington. The Wizards won the opener Monday night 102-96. The series shifts to Washington for Game 3 Friday night. The Pacers have announced that Andrew Bynum will miss the rest of the playoffs. He has battled a sore right knee pretty much all season.
     In Oklahoma City the Thunder are looking to achieve a split in the first two games of their Western Conference series with Los Angeles. The Clippers took the first game Monday night on the Thunder's court, 122-105. That series moves to Los Angeles for the third game Friday night.

     NEW YORK (AP) - In the lone Stanley Cup playoff game this evening the Rangers are playing host to the Penguins. This is Game 4 of the best-of-seven series with the Penguins out in front 2-1. After losing the first game on home ice the Pens have come back for back-to-back victories. The series shifts back to Pittsburgh for Game 5 Friday night.

   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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