Bossert, Wings cruise past Blizzard

ABERDEEN – Tyler Bossert netted a natural hat trick in the second period as the Wings beat the Blizzard 6-3 Thursday night at Odde Ice Center to move into a third-place tie in the NAHL Central Division Standings.

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Jacks bring NABC’s “Stay In To Win” to Brookings

BROOKINGS – South Dakota State head coach T.J. Otzelberger and members of the Jackrabbit men's basketball team brought the National Association of Basketball Coaches' "Stay In To Win" program to Brookings this school year.

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1st and Goal: Quarterbacks

BROOKINGS – Unlike the previous two years, the South Dakota State University football team has a clear-cut No. 1 quarterback as it begins spring practices.

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Blake Day joins South Dakota State developmental staff

BROOKINGS – Blake Day recently joined the South Dakota State University Athletics Department as associate athletic director for development. His duties will include overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Jackrabbit Club and managing specific fundrais

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Jason Eck promoted to run game coordinator for SDSU football team

BROOKINGS – South Dakota State head football coach John Stiegelmeier announced the promotion of Jason Eck to run game coordinator.

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Bono named Big 12 Coach of the Year

IRVING, Texas – South Dakota State's Chris Bono was honored Wednesday as the Big 12 Wrestling Coach of the Year after leading the Jackrabbits to their most successful season at the Division I level.

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Brookings Swim Club closes indoor season at State, Sectionals

BROOKINGS – The Brookings Swim Club capped off its indoor season with a pair of meets – the 2017 South Dakota Short Course Swim Championships in Aberdeen and the 2017 Spring Sectional Meet in Iowa City, Iowa.

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SDSU’s Mingo honored by The Summit League

ELMHURST, Illinois-For the third time in her career, senior Megan Mingo of the South Dakota State women's golf team has been named The Summit League Women's Golfer of the Week Wednesday.

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Daum named to NABC's All-District 12 First Team

KANSAS CITY – South Dakota State's Mike Daum was selected to the National Association of Baseball Coaches (NABC) All-District 12 First Team, announced Wednesday by the organization.

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Sioux Valley, Flandreau headline Big East All-Conference boys’ team

The Cossacks placed three players on the Big East All-Conference first team while the Fliers had one player named to the top team.

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Cossacks, Fliers earn girls’ Big East All-Conference team honors

Sioux Valley junior Carly Granum was joined on the girls’ first team by Flandreau junior Kathy Parsley, along Bailey Rudebusch, a senior from Howard; Lauren Hunstad, a junior from Parker; and Morgan Koepsell, a junior from McCook Central/Montrose.

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Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo on tap for April 7 and 8

BROOKINGS – The South Dakota State University Rodeo Club is holding the Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo on April 7 at 7 p.m. and April 8 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Swiftel Center.

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SDSU’s Froom, Johnson claim Summit honors

ELMHURST, Ill. – South Dakota State's Ryan Froom claimed Pitcher of the Week honors and Newt Johnson was honored as Player of the Week, Summit League officials announced Monday – one day after the Jackrabbit baseball team finished off a three-game series

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Jacks fall in overtime to Colorado, 81-75

BROOKINGS – Colorado pulled out an 81-75 win over South Dakota State in what was more of a roller-coaster ride than a WNIT second-round game on Sunday afternoon at Frost Arena.

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Bobcats post 20th win, place seventh

RAPID CITY – The Bobcats capped a 20-win season and sent their seven seniors out on a positive note with a 71-70 double-overtime victory over Harrisburg during the Class AA State Boys’ Basketball Tournament seventh-place game on Saturday afternoon at the

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Seth Gross finishes second at NCAA Wrestling Championships

ST. LOUIS – Seth Gross' quest to become the first South Dakota State wrestler to win an individual Division I national title came up a point short against Iowa's Cory Clark, 4-3, Saturday night at the NCAA Wrestling Championships at the Scottrade Center.

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

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Additional Articles

  • SDSU women’s golf team leads nation with five wins

    BROOKINGS – The 66th-ranked South Dakota State women's golf team is the best in Division I when it comes to winning regular-season titles this season. In the latest Golfstat rankings, the Jackrabbits are tied with Florida State for the most regular-seaso

  • Jackrabbits capture Food Fight title for fifth consecutive year

    ELMHURST, Ill. – For the fifth consecutive year, South Dakota State captured the Summit League "Food Fight" title, collecting a record 43,800 pounds of food and increasing its total from last year by more than 4,800 pounds.

  • Area teams open track & field season at Dan Lennon

    VERMILLION – The 2017 high school track and field season kicked off for area schools Tuesday in the DakotaDome at the Dan Lennon Invitational.

  • Jackrabbits sweep series at Omaha

    OMAHA, Neb. – Skyler Wenninger drove in a career-high four runs, including two in an eight-run sixth inning, as South Dakota State completed a Summit League series sweep of Omaha with a 13-4 victory Sunday afternoon at Isaacson Field.

  • Bismarck beats Blizzard 7-4

    BISMARCK, N.D. – The Bobcats scored four consecutive goals to close out the game, including three in the third period, to complete a weekend sweep of the Blizzard with a 7-4 NAHL Central Division victory Saturday night at the VFW Sports Center.

  • South Dakota State softball goes 1-3 over the weekend at Hawkeye Invitational

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – South Dakota State dropped a pair of games Sunday in its final day at the Hawkeye Invitational. SDSU (13-18) fell to Valparaiso, 3-1, in the first game of the day before losing 5-0 to Iowa.

  • Tea Area prevails in Class A; Class B champ Bridgewater-Emery (26-0) completes perfect season

    SIOUX FALLS – Ethan Freidel hit six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 29 points as sixth-seeded Tea Area (21-4) won its first ever Class A State Boys’ Basketball Tournament title, beating No. 1 Madison 72-65 on Saturday night at the PREMIER Center.