With temperatures in the teens outside the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center, the South Dakota State women’s basketball team found a way to bring the heat before Thursday’s road tilt against North Dakota.

During pregame warmups, the reigning Summit League regular season and tournament champions drained five straight half-court shots.

A quintet of sophomores contributed to the incredible video. Sydney Stapleton, Addison Hirschman, Jordan Ferrand, Paiton Burckhard and Lindsey Theuninck (a redshirt sophomore) each made a shot from the middle of the court. Freshman Tori Nelson even made her own half-court shot, according to the team’s Twitter account.

As for the game itself, South Dakota State (20-8) topped North Dakota (14-12), 74-61. The Jackrabbits drained six three-pointers against the Fighting Hawks, with half of the output coming from Rylie Cascio Jensen. Burckhard was the only member of the pregame quintet to make a shot from beyond the arc.

The Jackrabbits host South Dakota for Senior Day on Saturday before closing the season on the road against North Dakota State.

Before Game 1 of the 2016 Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry knocked down five straight half-court shots in front of the Oracle Arena crowd.

In 2014, Fresno State guard Cezar Guerrero drained five consecutive shots from half court during the Bulldogs’ Red and White Hoops Night.

Read more on college sports: