Haage becomes first 2015 DWU softball signee

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MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University softball Coach Ed Kieff signed his first recruit for the class of 2015, inking Sierra Rae Haage to a letter of intent on Friday. Haage, a native of Sioux Falls, S.D., is entering her senior year at Sioux Falls Roosevelt High School and will play for the Sioux Falls […]

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DWU men’s soccer picked to finish 7th, women 9th in GPAC

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MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University men’s soccer team was picked to finish seventh with 49 points in the Great Plains Athletic Conference in the 2014 preseason coaches’ poll The Tiger women received 21 points in the poll, tied for ninth with Mount Marty College. The Hastings College men and women were picked to […]

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DWU volleyball picked to finish 11th in GPAC

Lindsay Wilber

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team was picked to finish 11th in the Great Plains Athletic Conference 2014 preseason coaches’ poll. The Tigers are led by first year coach Lindsay Wilber after finishing 0-16 in conference play and 7-28 overall in 2013. Wilber said the preseason ranking is where she expected DWU, […]

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DWU football picked to finish 3rd in GPAC

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LINCOLN, Neb. – After a 2013 season that saw the Dakota Wesleyan University football team win eight games for the first time since 1992 and for the third time in school history, the Tigers were picked to finish third in the Great Plains Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ and media polls, it was announced Thursday. The […]

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McCutcheon named Sports Information Director

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MITCHELL, S.D. – Southgate, Mich., native Nick McCutcheon has been chosen to take over as the sports information director at Dakota Wesleyan University, it was announced Monday by DWU Athletic Director Curt Hart. McCutcheon is no stranger to DWU, having most recently served as the assistant sports editor at The Daily Republic, in Mitchell, covering […]

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Tiger women add Osthus for 2015-16

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MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball coach Jason Christensen inked his third recruit of the summer on Saturday with the signing of DeSmet’s Rylie Osthus. Osthus joins Morgan Selland of Woonsocket and Hope Menning of Corsica on the list of incoming Tigers for the 2015-16 season. Osthus, a two-year starter, enters her senior […]

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Tiger softball adds junior pitcher to roster

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MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University softball team’s pitching staff took a hit this may when senior standout Jill Dickson graduated, but Tiger head coach Ed Kieff is building up DWU’s pitching staff this offseason. Earlier this summer, Kieff signed freshman pitcher Karlee Jenkins, and this week he announced the signing of Kelly Taylor, […]

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DWU football to hold community cleanup

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MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team reports to campus to start its annual fall camp in early August, but this year the Tigers will do more than just hit the practice field and the weight room when they get back. On Sunday, Aug. 17, members of the DWU football team will fan […]

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Greicar to take over Tiger baseball program

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MITCHELL, S.D. – After being a part of the Dakota Wesleyan University baseball program in some capacity for the past five seasons, John Greicar heads into the 2014-15 school year with a new role for the Tigers. Greicar, who finished his college playing career at DWU and has served the past three seasons as an […]

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Fourteen DWU teams earn academic honors

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MITCHELL, S.D. – When students come to play sports at Dakota Wesleyan University, they compete and help their team, but they also come to get an education. DWU coaches and administration pride themselves on making sure the Tiger student athletes focus on getting a high quality education while they compete on various athletic teams. Tuesday […]

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