Midco Sports Network’s Kelly Stewart takes a peek at how each Summit League women’s basketball team looks “on paper” heading into the 2019-2020 season.
We follow up on the national debate on whether college athletes should get paid for the use of their name, image and likeness. Then, can a Division III program really make the leap straight to Division I? And are North Dakota State and the University of South Dakota really the teams to beat in Summit League men's basketball this year, and USD and SDSU on the women’s side?
Officials, referees and umpires are in short supply. And those individuals who go out there day after day, in what is often a thankless job, are getting asked to carry a bigger load.
Gene Taylor spent a decade working to build up North Dakota State athletics during the transition to Division One. Now in his third year at Kansas State, he is hoping to take the Wildcat athletic department to the next level.
Tom Frederick has been the voice of University of Sioux Falls athletics for more than 20 years and shares his insight on prepping for games with MidcoSN’s David Brown.
Elaina Lanson runs through a Q&A with Sanford Power Basketball Director Patrick Coughlin about what high school players who dream of making it to the collegiate level can do to improve their chances of getting noticed by potential schools.