GPAC Player of the Week Ettleman leads Northwestern past DWU
Vikes now 2nd in Division II polls
Before joining the South Dakota State women's basketball program next year, Jessica Mieras hopes to help end O'Gorman's 20-year championship drought.
One of the most successful periods in program history has SDSU football reaping the rewards on the recruiting trail.
The South Dakota State women pulled into second place in the Summit League with an 89-68 home win over IPFW.
The Summit League-leading South Dakota Coyotes held off a late North Dakota State charge to win 83-79 in Fargo on Sunday afternoon.
Augustana's men won a battle of NSIC leaders, improving to 23-1 with a 97-80 win over MSU-Moorhead.
Two days after their eight game win streak was snapped the South Dakota State men bounced back with a 63-56 win at IUPUI.
The Augustana women couldn't hold a halftime lead and fall to MSU-Moorhead at home.
The NDSU men dominate USD 71-47 in Fargo.
Augustana wins their 15th straight game, defeating Northern State 98-87.
A Logan O'Farrell layup with two seconds left gave Augustana a 59-57 win over rival Northern State.
USD turns a 21-point halftime lead into a 91-80 win.
Roosevelt standouts are future Jackrabbits
The Coyotes snap a three game losing streak and sweep Summit League foe Western Illinois with a 75-61 win.
Fort Wayne ended SDSU's 8-game win streak with an 84-74 win over the visiting Jackrabbits.
Jacks have great local talent in football recruiting class
Tigers roar against Defenders
Bergh and Menning pace big win for DWU Wednesday night at Corn Palace
Soccer standouts announce college intentions