There’s no denying that the University of South Dakota men’s basketball stumbled to the finish line of the regular season. They lost their final two games of the season by a walloping 42 points and don’t have momentum on their side.
A one-game break from Summit League play helped the University of South Dakota men’s basketball team overcome its four-game losing streak Tuesday night. The Coyotes took care of business and...Men's Basketball
As an assistant coach, USD men’s basketball interim head coach Joey James saw for the past three years how tough the competition in the Summit League is. As a first year head coach, he can now...Men's Basketball
The Summit League-leading North Dakota State Bison may have improved to 6-1 in the Summit Thursday night, but they needed a 5-0 run in the final 33 seconds in order to pull off the 66-63...Men's Basketball
Coming into the 2013-14 season, the University of South Dakota Coyote men’s basketball team featured a roster with nine underclassmen. Pair that with a team that went 10-20 last year, interim...Men's Basketball
Summit League men’s basketball teams are looking up at the University of South Dakota at the top of conference standings after the Coyotes (8-9, 3-0 Summit) captured their fifth straight win with a...Men's Basketball
A 5-9 record through the first 14 games wasn’t the record men’s basketball interim head coach Joey James had envisioned for non-conference play to begin the season. One way to ease the pain of a...Men's Basketball