Former Dakota Valley star is coming home

After a strong high school career at Dakota Valley High School in North Sioux City, the 2021-22 Summit League Freshman of the Year, Paul Bruns is coming back to South Dakota.  “I looked at a lot of different schools and USD stood out to me the most,” Bruns said. “The coaches, the culture they have […]

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Transfer portal, extra year changing landscape of college basketball

The NCAA transfer portal made players eligible to transfer with immediate eligibility in recent years and an extra year of eligibility granted to players due to COVID-19 has given players a chance at improving their standing in the college sports world.  New South Dakota Coyote men’s basketball coach Eric Peterson is all too familiar with […]

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Coyotes sweep weekend in Illinois

The USD tennis team picked up a pair of wins over the weekend at Northern Illinois Friday in DeKalb, Illinois and Western Illinois Saturday in Macomb, Illinois.  The Coyotes and Huskies split the singles matches Friday.  Northern Illinois sophomore Diana Lukyanova won the first flight singles over fifth year Habiba Aly winning 2-0.  Sophomore Anastasia […]

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Yankton Curling Club raises awareness for their sport

The Yankton Curling Club hosted a Learn-to-Curl and Open Curling event Sunday afternoon at the Yankton Ice Arena, hoping to grow the sport and give the Yankton and area communities something to try. Curling is a sport on ice for all ages, Yankton Curling Club President Julianna Ford said. Multiple generations of a family can […]

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Vermillion boys, girls basketball prep for postseason

As the 2021-22 South Dakota high school basketball season comes to a close, the Vermillion boys and girls basketball teams will now gear up for a run at the state tournament. The Tanager girls concluded their regular season last Friday, defeating Parker 56-25 to finish the season with a 15-5 record. Their 15-5 record is […]

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SGA Presidential Candidate team prepares for upcoming election

Sophomore Caleb Weiland and junior Reagan Kolberg are the lone candidate team standing for the USD Student Government Association’s Presidential Election that will take place March 8-9. Weiland, a political science major and spanish, civic leadership studies double minor from Beresford, South Dakota is running for president after serving as the president pro tempore and […]

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USD softball takes home four wins after weekend in Texas

A rain delay Saturday forced the Coyote softball team’s game against Wichita State back a day, but it didn’t stop the Coyotes from upsetting the No. 25 Shockers in Huntsville, Texas Sunday afternoon. The win capped off a 4-1 weekend for the Coyotes to open their 2021 season. Sunday’s win over Wichita State is also […]

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