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Coyotes Cruise Past Red Raiders

South Dakota Women Beat Northwestern 100-57

VERMILLION, S.D. — Six Coyotes scored in double figures to lead South Dakota to a 100-57 rout of Northwestern College (Iowa) Thursday evening in the Sanford Coyote Sports Center. South Dakota (9-2) extends its winning streak over Northwestern (9-5, 3-5 GPAC) to 19 straight. This marks the second time the programs have met since USD’s transition to Div. I. After…

Gopher Players Boycott Football Activities

Bowl Game In Jeopardy

MINNEAPOLIS, MN — The Minnesota Golden Gopher football team may refuse to participate in the Holiday Bowl in two weeks and are boycotting team practices and activities in the wake of ten teammates being suspended. The suspensions were handed down Tuesday by the University reportedly in regards to the results of a Title Nine investigation separate of an earlier criminal…

Youth Sparking Coyote Women To Strong Start

USD 8-2 Despite Injuries & Graduations

VERMILLION, S.D. — The USD women’s basketball team returns to the court tonight when they host Northwestern of Iowa. Though a win against the Red Raiders is expected, their 8-2 start hasn’t been. The Coyotes graduated most of the scoring off last year’s WNIT Championship team and they haven’t had the services of seniors Caitlyn Duffy and Jasmine Trimboli due…

Goedert, Bergner And Wieneke Earn FCS All-American Honors

Goedert & Bergner On First Team, Wieneke On Third

SIOUX FALLS — Dallas Goedert, Jake Wieneke and Miles Bergner have been racking up awards since the end of the regular season and today they got perhaps the highest honors of them all. Goedert and Bergner were each named to the Associated Press’ FCS All-American First Team. A Britton native, Goedert caught a single season SDSU record 92 passes for…

Cautious Peterson Eyes Return To Vikings

Peterson Tore Meniscus In Right Knee In Early September

Yesterday Adrian Peterson returned to Vikings practice. Today he spoke to the media, only fanning the flames of a possible comeback this weekend against Indianapolis. Peterson has been formally designated as the Vikings player to return from injured reserve. He hasn’t played since tearing the meniscus in his right knee on September 18th against Green Bay. Peterson has been targeting…

Webster’s Lesnar Suspended

UFC 200 Result Overturned

Chances that Webster native Brock Lesnar will ever fight in the UFC again took a hit today with news that he’s been suspended for a failed drug test before UFC 200. The Nevada State Athletic Commission has suspended Lesnar for a year after his failed drug test prior to UFC 200 on July 9th. Lesnar beat Mark Hunt via unanimous…

Wednesday, December 14th Scoreboard

Wednesday, December 14th Scoreboard

Wednesday, December 14th Scoreboard Mens’ Basketball Dakota Wesleyan 95 vs. Jamestown 65 Dakota State 63 vs. Dickinson State (N.D.) 76 Womens’ Basketball South Dakota State University 30 vs. No. 8 Louisville 83 Dakota State 58 vs. Dickinson State (N.D.) 90 High School Wrestling Lennox 45 vs. Tea Area 33 Madison 39 vs. Lennox 37 Lennox 45 vs. Dell Rapids 33

Dakota Wesleyan Handles Jamestown

Tigers Win Big At The Corn Palace, 95-65

MITCHELL, S.D. – The No. 12 Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team was hungry for revenge against the University of Jamestown and they got it as they cruised to a 95-65 victory in a non-conference battle Wednesday night at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D. Offense was key for the Tigers as senior Tate Martin (Mitchell, S.D.) and junior Jason…

Jacks Destroyed By Louisville

SDSU Held To Only 30 Points By #8 Cardinals

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits (8-3) were crushed on the road versus the No.8 Louisville Cardinals (9-2), 83-30. Senior Guard Kerry Young led the Jackrabbits in scoring with 13 points. Senior Forward Clarissa Ober led the team in rebounds with nine. The Jackrabbits were limited to just 16 points in the second half. The Jackrabbits come back to Frost Arena…

SDSU’s Macy Miller Out For The Season

Star Junior Guard Will Apply For Summit League Medical Redshirt

South Dakota State Jackrabbits Junior Guard Macy Miller is out for the 2016 season. Sources tell KDLT Sports that Miller suffered a torn ACL in her right knee. Miller suffered the same injury in high school but to the opposite knee. Miller went down on December Ninth against Green Bay. She started the first nine games for the Jackrabbits and…

Augustana WR Heller Receives Second Team All-American Honors

Star Wide Receiver Joins QB Heid As Vikings On All-American Team

Augustana University Senior Wide Receiver Matt Heller was named to the Conference Commissioner’s Association All-America Second Team. Heller joins Quarterback Trey Heid with All-America honors, who was named to the AFCA All-America First Team on December 7th. Heller is the first Vikings player to receive this recognition since Kevin Kaesviharn in 1997. The Senior Wide Receiver finished his 2016 campaign…

Three Sioux Falls Cougars Make All-America Team

RB Mickey, LB Mehling, OG Green Receive Honors

Three University of Sioux Falls Cougars were named to the Division Two Conference Commissioner’s Association (CCA) All-American Team. Junior Running Back Max Mickey and Senior Linebacker Michael Mehling were given first team honors. Senior Offensive Guard Antonio Green was named to the second team. Mickey currently ranks first in the nation in rushing yards per carry (8.6), fifth nationally in…

BREAKING: SDSU’s Macy Miller To Miss Remainder Of Season With Leg Injury

BROOKINGS, S.D.- Macy Miller, a junior on the South Dakota State women’s basketball team, will miss the remaining games in the 2016-17 season due to a leg injury, according to Jackrabbit head coach Aaron Johnston. The Mitchell native suffered the injury at the end of the second quarter in a nonleague game against Green Bay Dec. 9. Miller, who started…