SDSU Soccer announces season ticket package

For the first time in program history, the three-time defending Summit League Champion Jackrabbit women's soccer team will offer season tickets for the 2017 campaign, with a limited number of packages on sale Monday.

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Masseuse makes it to the Big Leagues

BROOKINGS – Kelli Quist is living the Major League dream with the Minnesota Twins. The 1989 Brookings High School grad is employed full-time as a member of the Minnesota Twins organization, arguably one of the most groundbreaking hires in the recent his

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Bombers Maroon win 13U title

VOLGA – The Bombers Maroon won both games in the championship pool at Hoff Field on Saturday as they beat Volga, 17-7, before knocking off Brandon Valley, 10-7, to win the 13U division of the Cubby’s Sports Bar and Grill Wood Bat Tournament.

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Bombers Black finish second

BROOKINGS – The Bombers Black won their remaining pool-play games – 6-3 over the Sioux Falls Cyclones Red and 7-6 over the Marshall Tigers – to advance to Sunday’s 14U championship game of the Cubby’s Sports Bar and Grill Wood Bat Tournament.

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McMacken, Krogman lead Cubs past Valley Springs

VALLEY SPRINGS – Sam McMacken homered while totaling five RBIs and Kyle Krogman pitched eight solid innings as the Brookings Cubs dropped the Valley Springs Rats 12-3 in an amateur baseball game Thursday night.

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Brookings U11 team wins Brandon Sunshine Tournament

BRANDON – The Brookings U11 baseball team went 4-0 and won the 12U B Division at the Brandon Sunshine Tournament last weekend.

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Burdick earns Summit League honor

ELMHURST, Ill. – South Dakota State's second-team all-American, Kyle Burdick, was honored with the 2017 Summit League Men's Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year.

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Bandits split doubleheader with Smittys

BROOKINGS – The Bandits split a Legion baseball doubleheader with Aberdeen Post 24 on Wednesday evening, winning the nightcap 9-4 after dropping the opener 12-1 in five innings.

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Bombers Maroon, Bullets both split

BROOKINGS – The Bombers Maroon beat Brandon Valley 11-6 but fell 14-3 in five innings in Game 2 during a youth baseball doubleheader Wednesday evening at Mickelson Field.

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SDSU swimming and diving team recognized on CSCAA Scholar All-America Team

NORFOLK, Va. – The South Dakota State swimming and diving team highlighted the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America teams.

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Bombers Black split with S.F. East

BROOKINGS – The Bombers Black and Sioux Falls East 14U split a youth baseball doubleheader Tuesday evening at Mickelson Field.

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Sioux Valley pulls away from Parker for 79-45 BEC victory

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Additional Articles

  • Volga rallies to beat Humboldt/Hartford

    HUMBOLDT – Post 114 put up three runs in the sixth inning to rally to a 7-5 win over Humboldt/Hartford in American Legion baseball action on Monday night.

  • SDHSAA announces 2017-18 Distinguished Service Award recipients

    Fourteen distinguished individuals from across the state of South Dakota have been selected to receive the South Dakota High School Activities Association (SDHSAA) Distinguished Service Award for the 2017-18 school year.

  • Cubs crush Vermillion

    VERMILLION – JaColby Anderson went the distance on the mound as Sam McMacken and Kyle Krogman combined for seven hits and five RBIs to lead the Brookings Cubs past Vermillion in amateur baseball action on Sunday.

  • Bandits split two at St. Cloud Tournament

    ST. CLOUD, Minn. – The Brookings Bandits split a pair of games on Saturday at the St. Cloud (Minn.) Tournament – shutting out Tri City, 9-0, before losing 13-6 to St. Michaels to finish tournament play with a 1-3 mark.

  • Bullets go 1-3 at Sioux Falls Tournament

    SIOUX FALLS – The Brookings Bullets posted a 1-2 mark over the weekend in the Sioux Falls Tournament – beating up on Pierre in a 19-9 win on Saturday before falling 6-4 to Brandon Valley and then dropping a 2-1 decision to Renner on Sunday.

  • ’Chutes finish 1-2 at Renner Tournament

    RENNER – After winning their opening game on Friday night in the Renner Tournament, the Brookings 'Chutes dropped both games on Saturday, coming up short in a 6-1 loss to the Sioux Falls Cyclones White before falling, 16-7, to the Cyclones Red.

  • Colman shuts out Salem to improve to 9-1

    SALEM – Billy Stitz led off two innings with home runs while Austin Ross tossed a complete-game shutout as Colman downed Salem, 5-0, in Corn Belt baseball action on Sunday.

  • ’Chutes go 1-1 at Sioux Falls West

    SIOUX FALLS – The 'Chutes and Sioux Falls Post 15 West 16U split a Junior Legion baseball doubleheader Wednesday.

  • Harrisburg takes two from Bombers Gray

    HARRISBURG – Harrisburg swept the Bombers Gray, 10-7 and 10-5, in a youth baseball doubleheader Tuesday.

  • Garretson edges Volga 8-7

    VOLGA – Garretson Post 23 edged Volga Post 114, 8-7, in a Legion baseball game Tuesday night at Hoff Field.