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Getting Noticed – How to Take Advantage of Off-Season

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.
Filed Under Basketball | ND High School | SD High School

NSIC and MidcoSN Expand Partnership in 2019-20

BURNSVILLE, Minn. - The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) is excited to announce a continued expanded partnership with Midco Sports Network® during the 2019-20 academic. MidcoSN will air 10 NSIC football games, 20 NSIC regular season and 14 tournament basketball games, and seven NSIC volleyball tournament matches for a total of 51...
Filed Under Football | Basketball | MidcoSN News | Volleyball

The (Not So) Offseason

For as much of a grind as the college basketball season is, the “offseason” is nothing to sneeze at. Ironically, the “busyness” of the summer months for South Dakota women’s basketball makes May through August sound anything but “off.” In this MidcoSN podcast, Kelly Stewart chats with Jason Jeschke, USD women’s basketball associate head coach,...
Filed Under Basketball | College | Podcast | University of South Dakota

Podcast: An Inside Look at High School Coaching

In this podcast, we are chatting to high school coaches about coaching high school sports. I talked to a few coaches who have decided to change their coaching path by either stepping down or transitioning their careers. I think that the crossroad for these coaches will give you different perspectives on what it takes to coach at this level. Mark...
Filed Under Football | Basketball | Varsity Sports | Podcast | SD High School

Stanley Umude Returns to USD

Stanley Umude tweeted this morning that he would be staying with the Coyotes for his junior season. MidcoSN's Jay Elsen spoke with him late Tuesday about his decision and how he felt this was best for him.
Filed Under Basketball | College | University of South Dakota

The Parenting Game – Part Two

Well, well, well…you came back to read more about my successes and hilarious pitfalls of adjusting to life as a parent. But, I must tell you, my son’s sleep schedule is quite errant. You see, my wife and I are sleep deprived. I’m sure once he reaches three or four years old we’ll feel revived. I’m excited to be living life again at full throttle,...
Filed Under Basketball | Varsity Sports | Hockey | ND High School | Baseball/Softball