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Jay Elsen

Dakota Dynasties

West Fargo has built what appears to be an indestructible softball dynasty. Winners of 17 consecutive state championships, the Packers are literally the only champion the state of North Dakota has ever known. Its bid for an 18th straight title won't be settled for a few weeks - West Fargo is currently 23-2 overall and 15-0 in the EDC - no one...

USD's Seekamp Granted 4th Year

The University of South Dakota women's basketball program got some big news on Monday, as it learned that Nicole Seekamp - a two-time All-Summit League selection and two-time Summit League Tournament MVP - had been granted a fourth year of eligibility by the NCAA. That means Seekamp, who averaged 15.6 points and a Summit League-leading 5.1 assists...

Q&A With David Herbster

In the wake of Tuesday's Summit League Tournament loss to South Dakota State, South Dakota athletic director David Herbster shed some light on the postseason process, and the possibilities for both Coyote basketball teams. Q: What do you know, as of now, about the WNIT bid? A: They don't make the formal announcement until after the NCAA Selection...

Coyotes Class of 2015

South Dakota head coach Joe Glenn has announced the 2015 recruiting class. As of Wednesday afternoon, 24 student-athletes - 21 via National Letter of Intent, 3 by institutional letter of intent - had officially committed to the Coyotes. Ten states are represented, including Florida (5), Iowa (5), Illinois (3), Nebraska (3) and South Dakota (3). ...

USD Recruiting Update

With National Signing Day rapidly approaching, Joe Glenn and his University of South Dakota coaching staff are busy trying to close the deal with the recruits they have targeted for months. So far, it looks like their pitch has been well received. High school standouts from several states have already given verbal commitments to the Coyotes, and...
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What's Next For Wolters?

If you've been following his career, you've likely heard that former South Dakota State standout Nate Wolters is looking for work. Reports surfaced Thursday morning that the Milwaukee Bucks were set to waive the former second round pick to make room for veteran big man Kenyon Martin. The news is certainly disappointing for Wolters, and Jackrabbit...