Bulldogs sweep Alabama-Huntsville

The No. 1-ranked Bulldogs defeated Alabama-Huntsville 4-3 at home Saturday night. The University of Minnesota Duluth (17-4-3) has won eight straight home games and swept six series so far this season. The Bulldogs are back home again Friday and Saturday to host Michigan Tech University.
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The No. 1-ranked Bulldogs defeated Alabama-Huntsville 4-3 at home Saturday night. The University of Minnesota Duluth (17-4-3) has won eight straight home games and swept six series so far this season. The Bulldogs are back home again Friday and Saturday to host Michigan Tech University.

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