The Collegian

Bison escape winners in conference opener

Drue Aman

December 7, 2010


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Drue AmanSports Editor NDSU guard Nate Zastrow put his index finger over his mouth towards the SDSU student section after an assist to Eric Carlson late in the first half. It was a demonstration of exactly what NDSU did - and has continued to do - at Frost Arena: quiet the crowd. The Bison topped SDSU 82-75 for...

Public Relations students boost post-Hobo Day attendance

Frederic Cone

November 30, 2010


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Frederic ConeNews Editor Maybe it's possible to better student awareness after all. Although the final evaluation of the marketing campaign done by Associate Professor Matthew Cecil's Public Relations Strategies class won't be finished for a few more weeks, preliminary results indicate it was a succe...

Why love sports?

Travis Kriens

November 30, 2010


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Travis KriensSports Genius Why do we love sports? What is it about people throwing, running or hitting a ball that can cause tens of thousands of people to have the same joyous emotion while also causing those same people to feel the exact opposite way a minute later? You have your own reasons, but fo...

Jackrabbits slam Golden Grizzlies in at Frost Arena

Shane Koob

October 5, 2010


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Shane KoobSportswriter The Jacks were led by Kaitlin Klingemann's 14 kills and moved to 3-3 in Summit League play over 8-10 Oakland. After not playing a game on their home court since Sept. 11, the Jacks rallied in the fourth match to beat Oakland 3-1 Friday night. The win brought the Jacks to 3-3 in...

New tailgating policy gets mixed reviews from fans, athletic department

Marcus Traxler

September 21, 2010


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Marcus Traxler Sportswriter Tailgaters were out in full force on Sept. 18 prior to SDSU's home opener against Illinois State, creating a festive atmosphere around Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. Many students congregated in the student lot north of the HPER Center and seemed to be enjoying themselves. Students conve...

Jacks top Coyotes in four sets

staff

September 21, 2010


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After opening the day with a loss to host North Dakota State, the South Dakota State volleyball team sent South Dakota to its 13th straight loss with a 3-1 win on Saturday at the Doublewood Inn Classic in Fargo, N.D. The Jackrabbits won by the set scores of 25-23, 25-18, 19-25 and 25-23 gives the Jac...

SDSU loses first two sets, falls in five to Thunderbirds

Marcus Traxler

September 15, 2010


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Marcus TraxlerSportswriter For the second-consecutive night, the SDSU Jackrabbit volleyball team suffered a slow start in a match. However, on Saturday night against Southern Utah University, the Jackrabbits could not overcome their deficit and dropped a five set affair to the Thunderbirds, 3 games to 2. Game ...

Krsnak wins Oz Memorial

Dustin Veurink

September 15, 2010


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Dustin VeurinkSportswriter The men's and women's cross country team finished second and fourth at the Oz Memorial in Minneapolis, Minn. on Sept. 10. Leading the way was junior Michael Krsnak, winning for the second straight week with a time 19 minutes, 13.82 seconds in the men's 6,000 meter. "Mike co...

Tailgating in 2010 sees new changes and temporary locations

staff

September 15, 2010


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Tony Gorder, & Marcus TraxlerEditor-in-Chief & Sportswriter Tailgating prior to SDSU football games returns in 2010 but not without long-term and last minute changes. For the first time, SDSU students will have their own designated tailgating lot. The lot was supposed to be directly north of the Coughli...

Dominated in Delaware

Drue Aman

September 15, 2010


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Drue AmanSports Editor It was a season-opening game highly anticipated by players after a delayed start to the season. It looked like they needed more time. SDSU (0-0,0-1) played a lethargic and tentative first half en route to a 20-0 first half deficit and a 26-3 loss in Newark, Del. Saturday. It was ...

Soccer shuts out Wisconsin

Dustin Veurink

September 15, 2010


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Dustin Veurink Sportswriter The women's soccer team was in Wisconsin for two games and they did not disappoint. The Jacks started their trip in Madison, Wis., on Sept. 10 with a scoreless double-overtime tie against the Wisconsin Badgers of the Big Ten. Freshman goalkeeper Elisa Stamatakis saw action the...

Last games could be good ones for Twins

Lucas Smith

September 15, 2010


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Lucas SmithColumnist Last year, the Twins won the central division by defeating the Detroit Tigers in a thrilling extra regular season game. Less then a week later the World Series Champion New York Yankees swept them 3-0 in the playoffs. Night and day compared to this year. The Twins have a genuine s...