• Former USD Men’s Basketball Head Coach, and Huron native Todd Lee has found a new home on a coaching bench, joining the Arkansas Razorbacks as an assistant coach. Lee, who was voted Summit League Coach of the Year two years ago, parted ways with USD after a disappointing 2021-2022 campaign. In addition to assistant coaching, Lee has numerous duties on the Arkansas staff, including being tabbed as the Director of Scouting. The Arkansas Razorbacks made their second consecutive trip to the NCAA Elite Eight last season, with former USD standout Stanley Umude (Uh-mood-ae) tallying just under 12 ppg for the year.
  • Fresh off a tournament championship appearance, 18U Yankton Fury Fire (11-13) are back in action tonight, hosting Hartford at Sertoma Park for a double-header. First pitch scheduled for 630pm.
  • South Central League Baseball has just one game in action tonight, as (1-4) Menno travels to (2-5) Wynot for a 730pm matchup. Lesterville is currently in 1st place in the SCL Standings with a 7-0 record, and Yankton is trailing in 2nd with a 5-2 mark. Yankton travels to Lesterville Thursday evening.
  • The South Dakota State women’s golf program has announced the addition of McKenzie Mages to the squad for the upcoming 2022 season. Mages joins the team as a true freshman from Sioux Falls. She is a graduate of Club Med Academies in Port St. Lucie, Florida, where she was the class valedictorian and a four-year honor roll member. Mages competes as a member of the American Junior Golf Association. She finished in the top-five in five of her six AJGA events from 2021-22, including taking first at the Billy Horschel Jr. Championship in 2021. Mages was named the team’s MVP in 2022 and 2020.Mages set her career low in 2020 with a 68 (-5) round.