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Jackrabbits routed in second dual of the season

Brady Nicolaus November 18, 2018

A young dual team for South Dakota State was unable to find success in Frost Arena on Saturday night, where they dropped a 45-6 decision to the No. 4 Oklahoma State Cowboys. The night began with South...


Jacks soccer focus on Summit League Tournament

Brady Nicolaus October 31, 2018

With the Summit League postseason in full swing, Jackrabbit soccer (12-5-1) will go into this week against the fourth-seeded Omaha Mavericks (7-10-2) Thursday, Nov. 1. If the Jacks win, they will move...

MIRANDA SAMPSON Sophomore forward Marisa Schulz (16) shoots from the top of the box during the SDSU vs. Creighton soccer match on Sunday, Sept. 2 at the Fishback Soccer Park. The Jackrabbits lost 1-0 to the Bluejays.

Soccer prepares for Denver

Brady Nicolaus October 3, 2018

After opening Summit League play with two wins, the South Dakota State women’s soccer team will roll into Brookings with hopes to make it three straight. The Jacks (7-4-1) will play host to the Denver...


South Dakota named ninth happiest state

Brady Nicolaus October 1, 2018

Wandering through a field of sunflowers, going for a drive in the country or just living in a small-town community are just a few basic amenities of living in South Dakota. These are also some of the reasons...


Jacks to open Summit League play on road

Brady Nicolaus October 1, 2018

After going undefeated in the Summit League last year, the South Dakota State women’s soccer team (5-4-1) will look to have the same success in the 2018 conference schedule that opens this week. Freshman...


Jackrabbits fall to Sun Devils, Blue Jays in Brookings

Brady Nicolaus September 11, 2018

In a two-game home stand this past week the South Dakota State women’s soccer team split matches with a 1-0 victory over the Northern Iowa Panthers and a 2-0 defeat to the Arizona State Sun Devils. The...

SUBMITTED Play therapy students Ashley Bechen, left, and Cruz Trujillo use headphones to listen to a conversation between student Deb Griffith and 4-1/2-year-old Marlee Born while sitting behind one-way glass in the Fishback Center for Early Childhood Education on the South Dakota State University campus. The students are part of the first cohort of students to enroll in SDSUs new play therapy program. They graduate in August.

Power of play: therapy for children

Brady Nicolaus August 29, 2018

Shuffling sand boxes, clanking toys and laughter are all noises that typically fill a play therapy office. This starkly contrasts with the silence one would expect to find in most other therapeutic offices....

Women’s soccer bounces back with two wins

Brady Nicolaus August 29, 2018

Women’s soccer team comes off this past week with a pair of wins against Wayne State and Drake. The final scores were 8-0 against Wayne State and 1-0 against Drake. “[I] thought we had a good weekend,...

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