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Wolters passes 2,000, Jacks get big win @ W. Illinois



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The SDSU men snapped Western Illinois' 11 game win streak with a hard-fought 59-53 win on the road over the Leathernecks. Nate Wolters scored 22 pts, grabbed 5 rebounds and handed out 6 assists and became the first Jackrabbit to pass the 2,000 mark in career points. He has 2,010. Jordan Dykstra had 12 points and 6 board while Madison natives Tony Fiegen and Chad White each chipped in with 10 points.
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