2013 Dakota Wesleyan Athletic Hall of Fame inductees announced

MITCHELL, S.D. – Five new members will be inducted into the Dakota Wesleyan University Athletic Hall of Fame at the university’s 2013 spring banquet, it was announced this week. The banquet will be held in conjunction with the Senior Athlete Recognition banquet on Saturday, April 27. This year’s class includes three athletes, one contributor and […]

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Seven Tiger wrestlers set to start national tournament run

MITCHELL, S.D. – Seven members of the Dakota Wesleyan University wrestling team start their quest for All-American status Friday, March 1, at the NAIA Wrestling National Championships. The national meet is at the Jacobson Exhibition Center in Des Moines, Iowa. All seven of this year’s qualifiers are national meet veterans. Trever DeVestern, Kyle Gerlach and […]

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Roe signs with Tiger men’s soccer

MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University men’s soccer coach Jeremy Tosaya announced another addition to his 2013 roster recently when he released the signing of Donevan Roe. Roe, a 5-foot-9 midfielder from Blair, Neb., will be a freshman for the Tigers this coming fall. He joins the DWU men’s program after earning three varsity letters […]

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Two DWU athletes ready for indoor national championships

MITCHELL, S.D. – Two members of the Dakota Wesleyan University track and field team have one last indoor meet to compete in before the start of the 2013 outdoor season. Senior Tamika Irvin and freshman Nicole Court-Menendez are headed to Geneva, Ohio, this week for the NAIA Indoor National Track and Field Championships. The national […]

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Voss earns All-GPAC First Team honors

MITCHELL, S.D. – In his first season with the Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team, Jalen Voss was named the Great Plains Athletic Conference co-Freshman-of-the-Year and earned honorable mention accolades in 2011-12. He followed that up with All-GPAC First Team honors in his sophomore campaign, it was announced Wednesday by the league. Voss – the […]

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Johnson headlines Tigers’ All-GPAC selections

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team put together its best season in nearly a decade in 2012-13, and that didn’t go unnoticed by coaches around the Great Plains Athletic Conference. The Tigers went 20-11, marking the fourth 20-win season in DWU women’s basketball history. It was the first time since 2003-04 […]

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Tigers split four games at Metrodome

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team swept and got swept over the weekend in a pair of doubleheaders at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minn. The Tigers lost twice to Dickinson State University Friday afternoon, but came back and swept the Bluehawks in a second doubleheader Saturday morning. DWU lost 5-4 and 6-5 […]

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Tiger women’s golf adds Texas state champ to roster

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s golf team has established a history of winning and success over the past several seasons, and head coach Adam Anderson make sure he recruits athletes that are going to continue that tradition. Anderson’s latest recruit already has a successful history of her own, and she looks to […]

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Hart scores 1,000th point in DWU loss

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team ended its historic season Wednesday night with an 80-67 loss to Briar Cliff University in a Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal game in Sioux City, Iowa. The Tigers finished the year 20-11, marking just the fourth 20-win season in DWU women’s basketball history. […]

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Tigers end season at Northwestern

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – The Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team ended its season with a 77-63 loss to Northwestern College Wednesday night in a Great Plains Athletic Conference quarterfinal game in Orange City, Iowa. Wednesday marked the third loss to the Red Raiders for Dakota Wesleyan this season, but the first loss by more […]

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