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South Dakota Women Open Summit League Play at Denver

Coyotes have won eight of ten heading into Sunday's game

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South Dakota State Wins Summit League Opener at IUPUI

Jackrabbits have won five straight

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SDSU vs. IPFW Basketball Summit League Tournament
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South Dakota State Left Off First Mid-Major Top 25 of Season

Jackrabbits receive fewer than ten points in Mid-Major rankings.

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South Dakota State 3rd, South Dakota 7th in Summit League Pre-Season Poll

Jackrabbits 3rd, Coyotes 7th. SDSU's Dykstra first team all-conference.

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South Dakota State’s Megan Waytashek and South Dakota’s Nicole Seekamp on Summit League Pre-Season All-Conference Team

A pair of local players are on the College Sports Madness All-Summit League pre-season first team.

South Dakota State forward Megan Waytashek and South Dakota guard Nicole Seekamp join IUPUI's DeAirra Goss, Fort Wayne's Amanda Hyde, and Western Illinois' Ashley Luke on the first team.

Waytashek, a junior from Lino Lakes, Minnesota, starte

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Head coach Dave Boots and Karim Rowson, University of South Dakota Coyotes
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Dave Boots Retires After 25 Years as South Dakota’s Men’s Basketball Coach

With a little more than two months to go before the start of the 2013-14 season, the University of South Dakota is in the market for a new head men’s basketball coach, after the surprise resignation of David Boots late Tuesday

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South Dakota State 3rd in Sporting News Summit League Rankings

Sporting News has Jackrabbits third in pre-season rankings

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University of South Dakota Coyotes women's basketball
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South Dakota Women’s Basketball Schedule Released

Coyotes play four NCAA Tournament teams from last season

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2014 Summit League Women’s Basketball Scheduled Released

The Summit League women's basketball schedule for 2014 is out and it will once again follow a Thursday-Saturday format, starting in early January, with each of the eight teams playing a 14-game double round-robin schedule

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Cody Larson
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South Dakota State Adds Former Roosevelt High School Star Cody Larson

The long and winding (and sometimes rocky) road that has been Cody Larson's basketball career is leading him back home to South Dakota.

The former Roosevelt High School star has been added to the South Dakota State program, where he will enroll in the fall and be eligible to play for the Jackrabbits in the 2014-15 season

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