Best Ever Back-to-Backs
Going back the last ten years, the SDSU men’s basketball team has played back-to-back one-point games exactly once.
It just happened this past Thursday and Saturday. And these were not only one-point games, but both were decided by one of the greatest dramatic acts in sports: the buzzer beater.
There has been some similar...
The standout high school athlete from Pierre, SD, had a remarkable college career in Brookings. Former South Dakota State basketball player Lane Severyn reflects on his Jackrabbit career and the roller coaster ride of the 2016-17 season, and tells us what he's up to now.
“OHHHHHHHH! WE’RE HALFWAY THERRRRRRE!” - Bon Jovi
Anyone? No? Ok.
Alas, we are halfway through The Summit League men's basketball schedule. (Okay, slightly more than halfway, but I wanted you to all have a second to breathe after such a riveting Super Bowl.)
After the first lap (and a few more games from this week), here’s how things shook out....
One of my favorite sports to have a conversation about is swimming and diving. There are so many different layers to swimming, with the different strokes, distances, and then you throw diving into the mix, which is an entirely different animal in itself.
Collegiate competition season falls during basketball season, and is often times overlooked....
Greg Stemen does laidback color analysis for men’s college basketball games on Midco Sports Network. He is a North Dakota guy - born there, grew up there and still lives there, but his coaching claim to fame was as the head coach at Southwest Minnesota State University from 2001-2009.
In the Midco Sports Network Podcast we talk with Greg...
In this podcast, former D-I athletes Elaina Lanson and Kelly Stewart discuss how the winter sports teams may be feeling at this point in the season. Listen as they dive into the toughest parts of winter training, basketball in The Summit League, and see what to look for as conference play continues.