With four games between them, the Jackrabbits and Coyotes will suit up for hardwood contests Thursday and Saturday.

As the Summit League continues to adhere to a mirrored schedule, fans of USD and SDSU will only have two games each on their home courts this week.

University of South Dakota men (12-7) winning their last five games take to the hardwood Thursday, January 27 at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center to host North Dakota State University (13-7).

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Next up will be UND (4-16) on Saturday, January 29.

Jackrabbit fans are riding an 8-game win streak for South Dakota State University (17-4) when they tipoff Thursday against the Fighting Hawks.

The border battle continues Saturday in Brookings against NDSU.

The Coyote women are on a 14-game winning streak which is currently the longest winning streak in the NCAA. USD (16-4) has games Thursday at North Dakota State University (8-11) and Saturday at UND (12-8).

USD women are ranked No. 7 in this week's CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major poll.

The Lady Jackrabbits (12-8) are north of the border as well playing the Fighting Hawks Thursday and the Bison on Saturday.

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