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Mia Loyd and UND made history on Sunday appearing in the school's first Division I NCAA Tournament.
Social media reaction: UND in the NCAA Tournament
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Updated: Sunday 03/24/2014 00:10:08 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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The North Dakota women's basketball team made history, appearing in its first NCAA Division I Tournament on Sunday. UND lost to Texas A&M, but set the foundation for years to come.

Below are reactions across Twitter to the game. Follow UND women's basketball on Twitter at @UNDwbasketball.

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