• Yankton Bucks Tennis (10-0) is riding an undefeated start to their season, most recently defeating SF Roosevelt and Brandon Valley this past Tuesday. Tomorrow, the Bucks travel to Sioux Falls Jefferson tomorrow for a varsity triangular vs Milbank and the Cavaliers beginning at 1pm.
  • Yankton Track and Field is preparing to travel to Brandon Valley Saturday morning for a varsity invitational. Field events begin at 10am, running events begin at 1030am.
  • South Dakota fifth-year seniors Liv Korngable and Chloe Lamb have been named to the Summit League’s all-academic team announced Wednesday. Lamb earns a spot on the all-academic team for the third-straight year while Korngable earns her first nod to the team. This marks the fourth time in the last five years that two Coyotes have been represented on the academic all-league team.
  • South Dakota State’s Tylee Irwin, Tori Nelson and Myah Selland were named to the Summit League’s Academic All-League Team Wednesday. In total, seven student-athletes were selected to the team as voted on by the league’s faculty athletic representatives and sports information directors. The student-athletes were voted on based on their academic and athletic performances throughout the 2021-22 season.
  • South Dakota sophomore Wyatt Lubarski sits in second place to highlight four Coyote multi-event athletes competing in windy conditions Wednesday afternoon at Cessna Stadium at the K.T. Woodman Classic. Lubarski is sitting second with 3,360 points at the end of day one of the men’s decathlon. He finished in the top-four of all five events on the first day, including a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 meters (11.29 seconds) and shot put (12.33m). The multi-events wrap up on Thursday with the first event of the decathlon scheduled for 1030 am.