DWU scores in bunches, tops NWU 125-88

Trae Bergh

LINCOLN, Neb. – For basketball fans that like scoring, Lincoln, Neb., was the place to be on Saturday to see the Dakota Wesleyan University men put on a shooting clinic in their conference lidlifter. The Tigers opened Great Plains Athletic Conference play with a 125-88 win over Nebraska Wesleyan University, as DWU shot 62.9 percent […]

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DWU women open GPAC with win, Beck scores 1,000th point

Celeste Beck

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team had dropped two straight after opening the season 5-0, but the Tigers came ready to play in their Great Plains Athletic Conference opener. DWU (6-2, 1-0 GPAC) topped Nebraska Wesleyan University 77-56 Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. Senior guard Celeste Beck (Sioux Falls, S.D.) came into […]

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Winner native Bertram signs with DWU women’s basketball

MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball coach Jason Christensen was excited to get the news that Kelsey Bertram was committed to becoming a Tiger next season. Bertram, a Winner, S.D., native, signed her letter of intent this week to attend DWU next year and to play basketball for the Tigers. Christensen said Bertram […]

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Kieff adds Nohr to 2015 recruiting class

MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University Head Softball Coach Ed Kieff added another recruit to his 2015 class with the signing of MacKayla Nohr from Box Elder, S.D. Nohr signed her letter of intent to play for the Tigers this week and will join DWU following her senior season at Douglas High School. The 5-foot-9 […]

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Augustana edges DWU women in exhibition

Erica Herrold

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team continued its five-game stretch away from home with an exhibition against Augustana College Wednesday at the Sioux Falls arena in Sioux Falls, S.D. The Tigers (5-2) fell 84-75 to the Vikings, an NCAA Division II program, despite shooting a solid 48 percent from the […]

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Tadlock, Van Epps earn All-GPAC Volleyball Honors

Michelle Van Epps

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team had several fresh faces on the court and on the sidelines in 2014 and two college transfers brought a high level of play to the Tigers, resulting in Great Plains Athletic Conference postseason awards. Sophomore outside hitter Lauren Tadlock (Rapid City, S.D.) and sophomore setter Michelle […]

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Voss scores 37, DWU men cruise against VCSU

Jalen Voss

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team came into play against Valley City State University as the best team in the NAIA in assist to turnover ratio and the Tigers did nothing to hurt that ranking in a 96-76 win over the Vikings Tuesday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D. The […]

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Tiger Football Receives 13 All-GPAC Honors

Kyle Hencke

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team recently completed the 2014 season and the team took home several individual honors with the announcement of the Great Plains Athletic Conference awards. Thirteen Tigers were awarded All-GPAC honors, it was announced Tuesday, including four players on the league’s First Team. Leading the way was senior […]

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Livingston named GPAC Special Team POTW

Dustin Livingston

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team completed the 2014 season with a win over Dordt College on a snowy day at Joe Quintal Field Saturday in Mitchell, S.D. The Tigers (7-4) had a number of strong individual performances in the win over the Defenders, but a standout special teams display by sophomore […]

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GPAC women’s soccer honors go to Johnson, Ali Said

Megan Johnson

MITCHELL, S.D. – For a large portion of the early season, senior forward Megan Johnson (Rapid City, S.D.) was leading not only the Great Plains Athletic Conference, but the NAIA in goals scored. She had 22 near the midway point of the season before an injury forced her out of regular action. For her effort […]

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