Bouman’s First Career Start on Dakota Days

South Dakota Coyote football will prepare to face Missouri Valley Football Conference newcomer the Murray State Racers on Oct. 7 in the DakotaDome at 2 p.m.  The game will be South Dakota’s annual Dakota Days game, and will also mark one year since sophomore quarterback Aidan Bouman took over the starting job. When the Coyotes […]

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Soccer Losses Defensive Battle Against Rival Jackrabbits

The women’s soccer team played in their first conference game of the season against St. Thomas on Sept. 21  The Coyotes started the game with two goals, the first coming from freshman midfielder Brooke Conway assisted by fifth year forward Shaylee Gailus. The next goal came from senior forward Ashby Johnston and she was assisted […]

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The Coyotes Bite Back in Home Opener Victory

Football faced off against the St. Thomas Tommies on Sept. 9 in the DakotaDome for their first home game of the 2023 season. The last time these two teams played was in 1979 where the Coyotes took the win 22-6.  South Dakota captured the win in this year’s game as well with a score of […]

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Greek Life Recruitment Adopts New Schedule

In an effort to increase visibility and outreach, the University of South Dakota has shifted its traditional sorority recruitment schedule, pushing it two weekends back to Labor Day weekend. This shift has allowed for increased marketing and promotion for students and was driven by the desire to promote Greek Life to students who may not […]

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USD Raises their 2022 Season Banners in Home Openers

The women’s volleyball team played a three-game series starting Thursday, Sept. 7 through Friday, Sept. 8 at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center. For the first game, the Coyotes took on the Drake Bulldogs at 6 p.m on Thursday. Drake outscored South Dakota 25-17 in the first set, but the Coyotes bounced back to claim the […]

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USD Native American Organization Hosts Bestselling Author

USD hosted New York Times best selling author Stephen Graham Jones on Sept. 6 in Farber Hall. Jones is known for writing horror, crime fiction and science fiction. He is widely known for his books “The Only Good Indians” and “My Heart is a Chainsaw.”  The Native American Services, English department and College of Arts […]

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Softball Drops Two vs Creighton

The Coyotes faced Creighton in a doubleheader on Tuesday in a nonconference matchup coming in with a record of 19-21. In the day’s first game, the Coyotes lost 7-1. The Bluejays started the scoring off in the first inning with a single into right field by freshman catcher Lily West leading junior left fielder Cayla […]

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The Future of Enrollment and Housing at USD

As the 2022 academic year wraps, USD has seen continued heavy enrollment trends coupled with limited housing options both on and off campus. Mark Petty, the Dean of Enrollment at USD, expects another increase in freshman enrollment similar to Fall 2022. “We’re pretty optimistic that our freshman class will be larger than it was last […]

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USD Housing Renovations over Summer Break

The 2023 spring semester is coming to an end, which means summer renovations for USD housing will be underway. Three residence halls will be closed for the summer due to emergency roof repair, electrical repair such as electrical panel repair, and plumbing lines installation. Director of Housing, Cody Burggraff, said there will be renovations starting […]

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