Tigers look to use home-field advantage against NWU


Click here to view the Game Day PDF! MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team has only beat Nebraska Wesleyan University three times in the history of the program. The Prairie Wolves have won 14 of the 17 games the two teams have played in the all-time series. All three of those Tiger […]

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DWU men shut out Briar Cliff; two Tigers earn academic honors

Trent Robbins

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The Dakota Wesleyan University men’s soccer team beat Briar Cliff University 2-0 Wednesday afternoon in Sioux City, Iowa. The win boosted the men to sixth in the Great Plains Athletic Conference with a 4-4-1 mark. The Tigers are 9-6-2 overall. The Tiger women lost 4-0 to Briar Cliff Wednesday afternoon. DWU […]

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Tiger volleyball signs four players for 2014

Eric Viney

MITCHELL, S.D. – Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball head coach Eric Viney has already secured four recruits for the 2014 season, he announced this week, and three of them are from right here in South Dakota. Winner High School’s Emily Richey, Ethan standout Anna Mueller and Kimball High School’s Anna Pazour all join the Tigers from […]

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Tigers push Dordt in three-set loss

Liz Humiston

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team lost 3-0 to Dordt College Tuesday night, but the Tigers didn’t make it easy for the No. 18 Defenders. Dordt won the first set 25-18 and won the second set 25-8, but Dakota Wesleyan pushed the third and final set to extra points and the Defenders […]

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DWU women’s game with Trinity Bible canceled

MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball team’s home game against Trinity Bible College scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday Nov. 4, at the Corn Palace has been canceled, head coach Jason Christensen announced Tuesday afternoon. The TBC basketball team has several players still competing with the Lions’ volleyball team, and conflicting schedules don’t […]

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Time change announced for DWU men’s exhibition at SDSU

MITCHELL, S.D. – The time for the Dakota Wesleyan University men’s basketball team’s exhibition game against South Dakota State University Friday, Nov. 1, has changed. The game, which will be played at Frost Arena in Brookings, S.D., will start approximately 25 minutes after the South Dakota State women’s exhibition game against Minnesota State-Mankato, which starts […]

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Tigers set records in win against Midland

Francois Barnaud

FREMONT, Neb. – For the second straight season, the Dakota Wesleyan University football team beat Midland University on a last-minute play Saturday afternoon. The Tigers were down 17-14 but scored on a pass from Jon Bane to Anthony Muilenburg with 38 seconds left and a last-second field-goal attempt by Midland was wide to give Dakota […]

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Tiger women tie with Midland in double overtime

Thara Ali Said

FREMONT, Neb. – The Dakota Wesleyan University soccer teams split a Great Plains Athletic Conference doubleheader with Midland University Saturday afternoon in Fremont, Neb. The Tiger women tied 2-2 with the Warriors in double overtime and the men fell 3-0 to Midland. In the women’s game, the Warriors (6-6-4) got on the board first in […]

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Tiger cross country competes at Mount Marty

Kellan Willett

YANKTON, S.D. – Eight runners competed at the Mount Marty Invite Saturday morning for the Dakota Wesleyan University cross country team. Freshman Kellan Willet finished in the top 30 for the Tiger men and sophomore Haley Brunke paced the DWU women’s team. Willet finished 30th for the Dakota Wesleyan men in a time of 26:51.67. […]

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Tigers look to bounce back at Midland


Click here to preview the Game Day PDF! MITCHELL, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan University football team suffered its worst loss of the season last weekend, but Saturday afternoon the Tigers are looking to put the past behind them and move on. Dakota Wesleyan, which lost 62-27 to top-ranked Morningside College on Oct. 19, tries […]

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