The Gophers, who moved into the D1Baseball.com rating at No. 25 this week, routed North Dakota State 10-0 on Tuesday at Siebert Field. The Gophers (22-11) broke open a scoreless game with seven runs on seven hits in the seventh inning.

Cole McDevitt drove in the first run with an RBI single and added a solo homer in the eighth. Six pitchers held the Bison (17-17) to four hits.

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• The Lynx signed Bashaara Graves, their second-round pick in the WNBA draft last week. The 6-2 forward averaged 10.3 points and 8.3 rebounds for Tennessee this past season. She shot 54 percent from the field. The team also announced that reserve forward Tricia Liston, picked 12th in the first round in 2014, was waived. She averaged 3.4 rebounds and 1.0 rebounds last season.

• Kaden Bohlsen, a forward on Shattuck St. Mary’s bantam team, announced his commitment to the Gophers men’s hockey team on Twitter. The Willmar, Minn., native is only 15 but is listed as 6-foot, 155 pounds. He had 32 goals and 26 assists in 32 games on a team that won USA Hockey’s U14 Tier I national championship this month. The first season he would likely play for the Gophers is 2019-2020.

• Nebraska’s Dusty Boyer, a senior from Ham Lake, was named the Big Ten tennis player of the week. He won three matches at No. 1 singles and three at No. 1 doubles with his brother Toby, a freshman. Both played for Forest Lake in high school.

• Gymnast Paige Williams of Wylie, Texas, will join the Gophers’ program this fall.