No. 4 Tigers fall in tight GPAC battle with No. 10 Mustangs

Jalen Voss

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Despite a standout performance by senior forward Jalen Voss in his return from injury, the No. 4 Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team dropped its second straight game, falling to No. 10 Morningside College Wednesday in Sioux City, Iowa. The two teams battled back and forth throughout, with clutch shooting and […]

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DWU wrestling falls to No. 14 Concordia in GPAC dual

Kyle Gerlach

SEWARD, Neb. – The Dakota Wesleyan University wrestling team traveled to Great Plains Athletic Conference foe Concordia University for a dual, with the No. 14 Bulldogs topping the Tigers 52-4. The Tigers are still searching for their first GPC win of the season as the team’s record sits at 0-5 in the league. Senior Kyle […]

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Tiger women give No. 1 Morningside all it can handle before falling 89-74

Celeste Beck

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – For more than 30 minutes, the Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team hung right with the top team in the country before falling to Morningside College in a Great Plains Athletic Conference matchup Wednesday in Sioux City, Iowa. The Tigers (12-12, 5-9 GPAC) rebounded from a double-digit-first-half deficit to pull within […]

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DWU earns 7th straight NAIA Five-Star Champions of Character honor


MITCHELL, S.D. – The hard work of the Dakota Wesleyan University student-athletes in competition has been mirrored in the classroom over the last several years, as the athletic department continues to receive national recognition for excellence. For the seventh year in a row, Dakota Wesleyan has been named a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution award […]

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DWU Group Challenges GPAC to End Domestic Violence

Pictured (from left to right): Augustus Haskell, Rachel Reichel, Luke Bamberg and Spencer Block. Back: Professor Alisha Vincent

MITCHELL, S.D. – Every college student takes on countless assignments while in school, but few have the potential to create a movement for change on a topic that hits home directly or indirectly for many. Five Dakota Wesleyan University students, four athletes and one athletic training major, took the opportunity presented by an assignment to […]

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DWU women’s soccer adds another from SF Roosevelt

Abigail Behm

MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University women’s soccer Head Coach Clayson Glasgow has found success recruiting the Sioux Falls area in his first full recruiting season as coach of the Tigers. The former Sioux Falls Roosevelt High School coach has dipped into South Dakota’s largest city once again to secure his latest signing. Roosevelt midfielder […]

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DWU football to host Signing Day Party at Blarney’s

Ross Cimpl

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team will host its third annual Signing Day Party at 1 p.m. Saturday Feb. 7 in the Outfield Room at Blarney’s Sports Bar and Grill. Blarney’s will host the event for the second straight year, providing the opportunity for family, friends, fans and boosters of Tiger football […]

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Fossum tabbed to take over DWU XC/Track and Field teams

Derik Fossum

MITCHELL, S.D. – For the first time in nearly a decade there is a new face leading the Dakota Wesleyan University men’s and women’s cross country and track and field teams. Former Tiger athlete Derik Fossum has been promoted from his assistant coach role to the take over the teams, it was announced by DWU […]

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After best season in program history, Tiger softball picked 7th in GPAC

Ed Kieff

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University softball team had the best run in the program’s history in 2014 and will look to continue moving forward under Head Coach Ed Kieff, who is entering his fourth season with the Tigers. DWU finished 22-18 in 2014, giving the Tigers the most wins in the school history. […]

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DWU baseball picked to finish 6th in GPAC

John Greicar

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team will have a new look in the dugout this season with former coach Steve Gust having moved on and his former assistant John Greicar set to take over for the Tigers. DWU had an up and down regular season in 2014, but came alive in the […]

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