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NSU Coach Don Meyer Moved To Hospice

Former Northern State University Basketball Coach Don Meyer has been admitted to hospice care at his home in Aberdeen.  That according to a spokesperson with Avera St. Luke’s Hospital.

Coach Meyer’s was involved in a bad car accident in 2008.  Following the accident, Meyer lost his left leg and during one of the surgeries it was discovered that he had cancer – intestinal and liver.

Coach Meyer finished his career at NSU with an all-time record of 923-324.

In April of this year, It was announced that the future home of the Avera Cancer Institute in Aberdeen would be named in honor of Don and Carmen Meyer.

Those wishing to send messages to the Meyer’s can do so via Coach Meyer’s Facebook Page or his Twitter acccount.

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