The Mount Marty Lancers men’s and women’s basketball teams took the trip to Fremont, Nebraska last night to take on the Midland Warriors in a GPAC doubleheader. Tehl Tanner gave his analysis following last night’s game.
Coverage for tomorrow afternoon’s games between the Lancers and the Mustangs can be found on KYNT and KYNTV, beginning with the pregame show at 1:30 PM. Tehl Tanner will be on the call.
The Yankton Bucks and Gazelles basketball squads will take the court tonight against the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders in a split double header. The Gazelles and Rough Riders will play tonight at 7:00 PM in Sioux Falls, while the Bucks will host Sioux Falls Roosevelt tonight inside the Summit Activities Center, with coverage provided on KYNT and KYNTV. Tipoff is set for 7:00 PM, with the pregame show beginning at 6:30, Bryce Ladwig will be on the call.
The Yankton Bucks and Gazelles wrestling teams were scheduled to host a triangular last night, but that was canceled due to winter weather in the area. The Gazelles are now scheduled to return to the mat tonight for their duel in Pierre beginning at 4:00 PM. The Bucks will be in action tomorrow as they are set to travel to Chamberlain for the River City Rumble at the Chamberlain Armory, beginning at 10:00 AM.
The Mount Marty Lancers indoor track and field team are prepared to take part in the SDSU D2 Open today in Brookings, South Dakota. The events are currently scheduled to begin at 1:30 PM.
The South Dakota Coyotes men’s basketball team fell to the Denver Pioneers last night 75 to 60. Next up for the Coyotes are the Omaha Mavericks who will be in Vermillion tomorrow afternoon as the two schools are set to meet inside the Sanford Coyote Sports Center at 1:00 PM. The USD women will also be in action tomorrow against the Mavs, as their game in Omaha is set to tipoff at 1:00 PM as well.
The South Dakota State men’s and women’s basketball teams earned a sweep over the Omaha Mavericks last night as the women picked up a 68 to 61 victory in Omaha, while the men defeated the Mavs 84 to 61 in Frost Arena. Next up for both squads is a matchup with the Denver Pioneers. The SDSU women will be in Denver for their matchup, while the men will stay home to host the Pioneers.
It’s the end of an era for South Dakota State football as longtime head coach John Stiegelmeier has announced his retirement following the Jackrabbits FCS national championship victory earlier this month. Stieglmeier is the winningest head coach in program history, as he amassed 199 wins over his 26 year career that saw him guide the program through a jump from Division II to Division I in 2004, and eventually the pinnacle of the FCS level with a national championship victory in his final game. Also announced yesterday, longtime assistant coach and current defensive coordinator Jimmy Rogers will take the reins as next Jackrabbits head coach.