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SDSU Pitcher Notches Summit League Award

ELMHURST, Ill. — For the third time this season, South Dakota State  University right-hander Chad Hodges has been named Summit League  Pitcher of the Week.  His most recent award-winning performance was a three-hit shutout at league-leading Fort Wayne on April 19. A junior from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Hodges limited the Mastodons to three singles,...
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Governor Tennis beaten Twice

BRANDON, S.D. – The Pierre Governor Tennis team lost a pair of duals Monday.  The Govs were beaten by Brandon Valley 7-2 and then shut out be Sioux Falls Washington 9-0.  The two matches that Pierre won in the dual against Brandon Valley were Payton Jones and Colton Shoup at number 5 and 6...
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Monday South Dakota Scoreboard

 College Baseball Gustavus Adophus 15, Dakota Wesleyan 6 College Softball Dordt 10, Dakota St. 7 Dordt 10, Dakota St. 2 Mt. Marty 8, Presentation 2 Presentation 8, Mt. Marty 0 High School Boys Tennis Sioux Falls Roosevelt 7, Aberdeen Roncalli 2 Sioux Falls Roosevelt 5, Watertown 5 Brandon Valley 7, Pierre 2 Sioux Falls...
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Former USD Legendary Coach Dies

VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) – A man who started his football coaching career at the high school level in Iowa before going to the University of South Dakota has died.  Larkin Funeral Homes in Sioux City, Iowa, says Bernard “Beanie” Cooper died Sunday at age 86.  South Dakota Public Broadcasting reports Cooper had a 43-11...
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Dean to Attend USF to Play College Baseball

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Pierre Post 8 and Pierre High School senior baseball player Blake Dean will be continuing his college baseball career next year when he attends the University of Sioux Falls and compete in the Cougars baseball program.  Dean hit .373 last year for the Post 8 Legion and hit two home...
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Former Pierre Runner Runs in Boston Marathon

BOSTON – A former Pierre Track and Field, Cross County and basketball standout ran  the famed Boston Marathon on Monday.  Jennifer De Hueck who now lives in Vermillion competed and finished the 26.2 mile course in a time of 3:14.06.  Her time was the 534th fastest in the womens division of the Boston Marathon...
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Rumrill to Sign with SDSU

PIERRE, S.D. – Pierre senior swimmer Chris Rumrill will be attending South Dakota State to continue his swimming career collegiatly.  Rumrill will sign his letter of intent at 5pm this evening at the Pierre Aquatic Center.  Rumrill has swam with the Pierre swim team since he was 7 years old.  Rumrill, who was voted the Most...
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Augustana’s Viger Earns NSIC Weekly Award

BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Tony Viger played a key role in the Vikings 6-0 week against NSIC competition and it earned him the NSIC Baseball Player of the Week Award from the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.  On Tuesday, Viger recorded six hits in nine at bats, including a tying a career-high with four hits in...
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Summit League Tennis Brackets Released

ELMURST, Ill. — The Summit League has released the brackets for the conference championships next weekend in Denver.  The Jackrabbit women will enter the tournament as the No. 2 seed and receive a first-round bye, while the men are seeded third and will face No. 2 Fort Wayne.  The SDSU women will face the...
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SDSU Loses to Fort Wayne on Mercy Rule

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Fort Wayne put together three four-run innings, salvaging the final game of a four-game Summit League baseball series with a 12-2, seven-inning victory over South Dakota State Sunday afternoon.  The Mastodons held a narrow 8-7 advantage in hits, but five SDSU pitchers uncharacteristically combined to walk eight batters and hit...
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