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David Brown

Augustana Has Gems On Both Diamonds

Augustana has a chance to win a national baseball and softball championship in the same season in 2019! David Brown explains why Sioux Falls fans should appreciate the present.
Filed Under College | Augustana University | Baseball/Softball

Augustana & Inevitability

The impending Division I transition for the Augustana athletics program has seen its first domino fall. AJ Plitzuweit’s transfer to South Dakota is the first bump in a road that will be filled with them for years.
Filed Under College | Augustana University | University of South Dakota

MidcoSN Podcast: Mike Daum – The Past & What’s Next

He just wrapped up one of the most remarkable careers in college basketball history. South Dakota State’s Mike Daum finished his senior season as the Jackrabbit’s all-time leading scorer, The Summit League’s all-time leading scorer, and one of only 10 people in the history of college hoops to net more than 3,000 career points. Midco Sports...
Filed Under Basketball | College | Podcast | South Dakota State University

The Duality of Midco Madness

Today is Thursday, March 21, 2019. Over the past 19 days, Midco Sports Network has broadcast a combined 38 basketball and hockey games, stretching from the NSIC Tournament to the Summit League Tournament to the South Dakota Varsity Hockey Tournament. It has been an incredibly long, yet rewarding experience for each and every member of our crew. So...
Filed Under Basketball | College | Hockey | North Dakota State University | South Dakota State University | University of North Dakota | University of South Dakota | SD High School

MidcoSN Podcast: Former SDSU Basketball Player Lane Severyn

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.
Filed Under Basketball | Podcast | South Dakota State University

#OneOfUs Again: Fathers, Sons & Why I’m Rooting for Ryan Saunders

A few months ago, I wrote about the concept of #OneOfUs, where Minnesotans take pride in any successful professional athlete with even the slimmest of ties to Minnesota. This time, however, there is no marginal or vague reference to Minnesota. No, this time, we’re talking about someone who grew up and went to high school and college in the Twin...
Filed Under Basketball