With six different meets occurring simultaneously, the University of South Dakota's track and field teams will be busy starting Wednesday and continuing through Saturday. The Coyotes will compete at five meets in California and one in Sioux...Sports
Baseball is dying in America - a sentiment heard far too often of late. Why is it heard too often? Because it's not true. Many argue, including Volante columnist Rob Nielsen, that Major League...Sports
Although the college basketball season has ended, the University of South Dakota men's basketball team is already looking forward to next year.
The Coyotes had a successful season, making it to...Sports
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Senior Mel Johnson is a pitcher for...Sports
We all have to endure an uncertain future. We're never sure how events will unfold and how they will shape our lives. This uncertainty has caused many crazy events in the world of athletics.
The winter weather is finally starting to fade, allowing spring sports to compete.
The University of South Dakota's women's golf team will travel to Omaha to compete in the Creighton University...Sports
The University of South Dakota softball team was swept in a double-header Monday during the teams trip to the University of California-Santa Barbara, falling to 12-23 on the season.
During the University of South Dakota's women's tennis team March 25-26 matches in Las Vegas, Nev., junior Shadi Soleymani was injured early in the first day, which head coach Malcolm Gilreath said...Sports
The University of South Dakota track and field athletes had a much more prestigious meet than what they are accustomed to competing in over the weekend. Traveling to Palo Alto, Calif., only eight USD...