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SD Mines Rohrer Named ICAA Freshman of the Year

TIFFIN, Ohio – South Dakota School of Mines women’s basketball player Megan Rohrer was named the Independents Collegiate Athletic Association (ICAA) Freshmen of the Year for the 2013-14 season.  Rohrer averaged 9.65 points a game and shot 72 percent from the free throw line to top the rest of the nominees.  The ICAA gives...
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It’s Official. Larscheid is New AD at Augustana

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Augustana College has named Sioux Falls Roosevelt High School activities director Slade Larscheid as its new athletic director. The Spearfish native will succeed Bill Gross, who stepped down after 28 years at the helm to take an administrative position with the college’s Advancement Office.  Larscheid was one of three...
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SDSU Leads Summit League Commissioner Cup Standings

ELMHURST, Ill. – Through the winter sports season, South Dakota State has strengthened its lead in the race for the Summit League Commissioner’s Cup. Jackrabbit teams have compiled 50.5 points, while the University of South Dakota ranks second with 41.5 points. North Dakota State is third with 39.5 points. SDSU and IUPUI were tied...
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Pierre Spring High School Baseball to Open Season

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Spring High School Baseball season begins it’s second season this weekend when Pierre travels to Rapid City to face Rapid City Stevens in a doubleheader on Saturday and then takes on Rapid City Central on Sunday in a doubleheader.   Saturday’s doubleheader begins at 4:30 pm and Sunday doubleheader is...
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Pierre Track and Field Ready to Open Season

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Governor and Lady Governor Track and Field teams are ready to begin their season.  The Govs and Lady Govs have a new head coach in Greg Star, who was an assistant track and field coach in previous seasons.  Star replaces Misty Larson who resigned the position last season.  The...
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Pochop to Sign with Simpson College

PIERRE, S.D. – Former Pierre multi sport standout Garrett Pochop will be signing a letter of intent tomorrow afternoon to attend Simpson College in Iowa and play college soccer.  Pochop was a member of the state champion Pierre Governor football team as a wide reciever and kicker and played on the Governor basketball team...
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Larscheid to be Introduced as Augustana AD

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Augustana College has a news conference scheduled for later this morning to introduce Spearfish native Slade Larschied as it’s new Athletic Director.  Larschied, the son of Pierre native, the late Mark Larscheid, is a graduate of Northwestern University.  His aunt is former SDSU womens basketball coach and Pierre native Nancy...
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Wednesday South Dakota Scoreboard

College Baseball Augustana 9, Winona St. 1 Augustana 9, Winona St. 3 Mt. Marty 4, Dakota St. Dakota Wesleyan  17, Presentation 4 Dakota Wesleyans 4, Presentation 0 College Softball Augustana 2, Wayne St. 0 Wayne St. 2, Augustana 1 Sioux Falls 6, Southwest Minnesota St. 1 Sioux Falls 4, Southwest Minnesota St. 1 Briar...
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Pierre Athletic Booster Club Spring Fling Set for Friday

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Athletic Booster Club will be holding their annual Spring Fling membership and coaches appreciation event Friday evening at the Pierre Post 8 American Legion Cabin. The event will be catered by Guadalajara’s and will begin at 6 pm. This year, former Pierre Lady Governor and South Dakota State basketball...
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NSIC Pre Season Outdoor Track and Field Poll

BURNSVILLE, Minn. – The Minnesota State men and Minnesota Duluth women’s teams were the top choices in the 2014 NSIC Outdoor Track & Field Preseason Coaches’ Poll. On the men’s side the Mavericks garnered all 11 first place votes and 121 points. Augustana was second with 111 points and the other first place votes. ...
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