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Boots Wins 600th, Coyotes Sweep Tabor

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Dave Boots' Coyotes struggled but beat Tabor 69-63 to make it 600 career coaching victories for Dave Boots. 485 of those have come at the helm of the USD program. Charlie Westbrook led the way with 21 points and Trevor Gruis pitched in with 17 as the game came right down to the wire.

The women's game did not. Ryun Williams' team outscored Tabor 46-8 in the first half and 48-8 in the 2nd half and coming out of the locker room on a 31-0 run. Ten players scored 6 or more points with Amber Hegge leading the way with 16. The Coyotes are now 4-0.
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