College Sports

SDSU Ready To Pull Out All The Stops At NDSU Again

Jacks Plan To Be Just As Aggressive Offensively As They Were In 19-17 Win In October

After a week of talk we’re less than 24 hours from the biggest game in the history of South Dakota State’s football program in the FCS Quarterfinals at North Dakota State. And if their last meeting is any indication, SDSU won’t be afraid to take some big risks. Back in the October 15th game the Jackrabbits never punted against the…

Bergner To Play In NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

USD's All-Time Leading Scorer To Get Chance To Impress NFL Scouts

Highlights from the five committed players include: The all-time leading scorer in school history with 276 points, Bergner connected on a program-best 56 field goals in his four seasons with the Coyotes. This season, he became the first player in Missouri Valley Football Conference history to be named both the first-team all-MVFC placekicker and punter after making 14 field goals…

Snyder & USF Want NSIC To Increase Football Scholarships

Current Conference Cap Is 28 Compared To NCAA Limit Of 36

This week, Sioux Falls athletic director Josh Snyder watched as his head coach Jed Stugart left for a rival Division Two league that offers more scholarships. And he’s making a case that the Northern Sun needs to do boost their scholarships to remain competitive. On Tuesday Snyder named Jon Anderson as the 21st head coach in Cougar football history. Like…

Concordia-St. Paul Rolls In Elite Eight Opener

Golden Bears Sweep American International

The Concordia-St. Paul Golden Bear volleyball team’s quest for an 8th national title in ten years is off to a strong start. The Golden Bears opened the Elite Eight with a sweep of American International at the Sanford Pentagon on Thursday. Click on the video viewer for highlights! Categories: College Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: College Volleyball, Concordia-St. Paul…

Palm Beach Atlantic Sweeps First Match At Elite Eight

Play Begins At Sanford Pentagon

Palm Beach Atlantic won their opener at the Elite Eight Volleyball Tournament in Sioux Falls at the Sanford Pentagon. The second seeded Sailfish swept South Carolina Aiken to advance to the national semifinals tomorrow. Click on the video viewer for highlights! Categories: College Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: College Volleyball, Sanford Pentagon

SDSU Gets “Worldwide” Exposure

Jacks To Play In Second Nationally Televised Game

On Saturday South Dakota State will play it’s biggest game in program history in front of what will likely be the biggest audience in program history. SDSU’s FCS Quarterfinal playoff game at North Dakota State will be seen by a national audience on ESPN at 11 AM Saturday morning. It’s the second time the Jacks have played in front of…

Jacks Confident Going Into NDSU Rematch

SDSU Defeated Bison, 19-17, Last October

The rematch between the South Dakota State Jackrabbits and the North Dakota State Bison in the FCS Quarterfinals is fast approaching. The Jacks bested the Bison 19-17 on October 15th on a last second touchdown from Quarterback Taryn Christion to Jake Wieneke. The win was the first time in eight years SDSU won the marker. Christion said that win last…

Northern Iowa Crushes SDSU

Panthers Make 20 Three-Pointers In Blowout Win

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits (4-7) were blown out on the road versus the Northern Iowa Panthers (4-4), 86-58. Reed Tellinghuisen led the Jacks in scoring with 16 points on three three-pointers. Mike Daum finished with 15 points and 9 rebounds. UNI made 13 three’s in the first half and finished with a school record 20 three-pointers made. SDSU returns…

Fogg, Bradley Lead Coyotes Over Illinois

USD Improves To 7-2 After 77-68 Win

South Dakota senior center Abigail Fogg scored a career high 25 points and sophomore guard Jaycee Bradley added 23 more as the Coyotes defeated the Big Ten’s Illinois 77-68 inside the Sanford Coyote Sports Center Wednesday night. South Dakota (7-2) has won back-to-back contests over Illinois with the first coming in Champaign last season. The Coyotes move to 6-8 all-time…

Coyotes Cruise Over Montana State

Burch-Manning, Peterson Lead USD To 74-57 Win

Trey Burch-Manning and Tyler Peterson scored a game-high 15 points apiece to lead four South Dakota players in double figures in a 74-57 win against Montana State Wednesday inside the Sanford Coyote Sports Center. The win moves the Coyotes to 5-0 in their new facility and 7-4 overall. Montana State, which got 13 points from Quinton Everett and 12 from…

USF Names John Anderson New Head Football Coach

Former USF Defensive Assistant Comes Back To Replace Stugart

Jon Anderson, a former defensive coordinator who helped guide the University of Sioux Falls Football Team through one of its most successful periods,was introduced as USF’s 21st head football coach Football Program at a press conference Tuesday at the Bob Young Field Pressbox of the USF Sports Complex. Anderson replaces Jed Stugart, who was 65-16 with an NSIC title in…

Defense, Vinatieri Lead Jacks To FCS Quarterfinals

SDSU Defeated Villanova, 10-7, in 2nd Round on Saturday

After an explosive season with highlight reel plays on offense seemingly each week, the South Dakota State Jackrabbits had to win their most important game to this point with grit from the defense. The Villanova Wildcats averaged 24.4 points per game this season and the Jacks defense held them to one lone touchdown at the very end of the first…

SDSU Hangs On To Win Over UND

Miller's 26 Lead Jackrabbits To 83-72 Win

Macy Miller’s 26 Points Led the South Dakota State Jackrabbits Women’s Basketball Team (7-1) to a 83-72 Win over the University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks (2-5). Categories: College Sports, Colleges – South Dakota State, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: North Dakota Fighting Hawks, South Dakota State Jackrabbits, Women’s College Basketball

USF Splits Hoops Doubleheader With St. Cloud

Women Win 74-51, Men Fall 90-74

WOMEN’S RECAP Senior center Sam Knecht surpassed 1,000 career points and recorded her fifth double double of the season to lead the University of Sioux Falls Women’s Basketball Team (7-1, 3-1 NSIC) to a 74-51 win over St. Cloud State (5-3, 3-1 NSIC) in the home NSIC opener at the Stewart Center. In recording its second straight win, the Cougars…

Miller Hurt In Jacks Loss To Green Bay

SDSU Suffers Rare Home Blowout 67-43

Sophomore guard Madison Guebert led the South Dakota State University women’s basketball team with 10 points but it was not enough as the Jackrabbits suffered a 67-43 loss to Green Bay Friday night in front of 1,898 fans at Frost Arena. The loss snaps the Jackrabbits’ nine-game home win streak. Clarissa Ober led the Jackrabbits, 7-2, with nine rebounds. Green…

Stugart Leaving USF For Lindenwood

USF Announces 2:30 Press Conference To Introduce New Coach Tomorrow

After guiding the University of Sioux Falls through their NAIA to Division Two transition and leading the Cougars to their first NSIC Conference football championship, head coach Jed Stugart is leaving for Lindenwood University. Stugart himself made it official today, talking first with players in his office and outside it before meeting the press. He took over the USF football…

SDSU Excited For Quarterfinal Rematch With Bison

SDSU Visits NDSU Saturday At 11 AM

The Jackrabbit football team edged Villanova 10-7 in the second round of the FCS Playoffs last Saturday in Brookings to advance to the quarterfinals for the first time ever where they will face rival North Dakota State on Saturday. It’s the third playoff meeting between the two teams in the last five years, and will be nearly two months to…

Hurtt Brings Hurt For USF

Career-High 33 Points Guides Cougars To 83-70 Win

With a career-high 33 points from senior forward Daniel Hurtt, the University of Sioux Falls Men’s Basketball Team (5-7, 2-3 NSIC) snapped a two-game losing streak by registering an 83-70 win over Minnesota Duluth (1-7, 1-3 NSIC) in a North-South NSIC matchup Saturday at the Stewart Center. USF, which led by as many as 16 points in the second half…

Career Night From Smith Leads Coo

Brooke Smith's 26 Guides USF To Win Over Minnesota-Duluth

Led by Brooke Smith’s career-best 26 points and another double double from Sam Knecht, the University of Sioux Falls Women’s Basketball Team (8-1, 4-1 NSIC) extended their winning streak to three games with a 66-47 North-South NSIC victory over Minnesota Duluth (4-4, 3-2 NSIC) on Saturday at the Stewart Center. With the snow beating the pavement outside, Smith, a senior…

Jacks Fall Short As Bison Continue Dynasty

NDSU Defeats SDSU, 36-10, in FCS Playoffs Quarterfinals

NDSU’s Darrius Sheppard Takes Off For Dagger 67 yard TD in 4th QuarterNorth Dakota State’s ball-control offense scored the final 36 points of the game, ending South Dakota State’s season with a 36-10 victory Saturday in the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals at the Fargodome. Top-seeded NDSU, the five-time defending FCS champion, improved to 12-1 and moves on to face James…