The Collegian

Sargent leads team to win over Jaguars

Drue Aman

February 15, 2011


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Drue AmanSports Editor Fitting that the best three-point shooter in SDSU history has the hot hand. But never quite like this. SDSU (16-9, 8-6) rode the coat tails of senior Clint Sargent's 23 points, adding seven threes to his program record and skewered IUPUI (16-11, 10-4) standout Alex Young enough in...

Jacks overpower Leathernecks

Drue Aman

February 15, 2011


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Drue AmanSports Editor So much for seniors imposing their will on senior night - SDSU didn't really need them. The Jacks (17-9, 9-6) got fiery effort from underclassman Jordan Dykstra and out-rebounded Western Illinois (7-18, 2-12) by 14 in a far-from-close 82-61 win at Frost Arena in front of 3,885 ...

Shake-ups in the Summit League

Travis Kriens

February 15, 2011


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Travis KriensSummit Leaguer Sports are funny the way they work sometimes. That's part of the appeal of them to me: just when you think you have it all figured out, something happens to change the outlook of the whole thing. The Oral Roberts women's basketball team was considered the favorite to win th...

Rotert paces Jacks to road win

Marcus Traxler

February 9, 2011


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Marcus TraxlerAssistant Sports Editor Now would be a good time for the SDSU to find their stride. The Jackrabbits play five of their final seven games on the road and got off to a strong start by dominating Centenary, 83-50, in Shreveport, La. on Feb. 5. SDSU only trailed once, then blew the game wide o...

Sioux Falls awarded two more conference tourneys

Drue Aman

February 2, 2011


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Drue AmanSports Editor Sioux Falls looks more and more like SDSU's second home. An announcement was made Jan. 26 that the 2011 Summit League track & field and baseball conference tournaments will be hosted in Sioux Falls after a variety of reasons made Brookings an incompatible choice as hostess. The confer...

Burns breaks own record for third time in Ames

Dustin Veurink

February 2, 2011


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Dustin VeurinkSportswriter Looks like Sean Burns is getting this weight throw thing down. For the third time this season, Burns broke the school record in the weight throw Saturday in Ames, Iowa. Burns finished second in the event with a throw of 65 feet 7.5 inches. "Sean had a great day, and of cour...

What makes a good intramural team name?

Tyler Louder

February 2, 2011


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Tyler LouderSportswriter When it comes to intramural sports, SDSU has a lot to offer. Just about every sport is offered here­ &- from football to soccer to billiards. So you want to play a sport here? You're wondering what you need to get started? Just a bunch of friends, some hobo dough, and a fun...

?Good win? gives Jacks needed morale boost

staff

January 11, 2011


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Marcvus TraxlerAssistant Sports Editor Twelve seconds into the game on Jan. 10, the Frost Arena shot clock wouldn't stop running. It went from 30 seconds down to zero and back again, over and over. Considering how the season had been going for the SDSU women's basketball team, it seemed to be a bad omen. A ...

Relays round out training trip

Gojacks.Com

January 11, 2011


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Gojacks.Com TAMPA, Fla. - The South Dakota State men's and women's swimming and diving team wrapped up their winter training trip by taking part in the Tampa Relays, hosted by the University of Tampa, on Jan. 8. The men tied for third in the four team field, while the women placed fourth. The lone win f...

Jacks upset bid falls short

Drue Aman

December 23, 2010


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Drue AmanSports Editor SDSU appeared outsized and outmuscled on paper and on the floor, but they never appeared outmatched. That is, until the last five minutes of regulation. A 40-39 rebounding edge in the Jackrabbits' favor was not enough to overcome 16 turnovers as SDSU fell to No. 16 Minnesota 85...

NDSU-SDSU winning streak ends, continues in disappointing fashion

Travis Kriens

December 7, 2010


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Travis KriensSports Genius Another NDSU game, another disappointment. What seemed to be the right time for the SDSU men's basketball team to finally get over the North Dakota State hump and defeat their rival for the first time since 2006 just wasn't in the cards Saturday night in front of the second l...

The Top 10

staff

December 7, 2010


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10. Thyele Rechatiko The senior from Porto Alegre, Brazil, was a vital part in leading the team to the Summit League Tournament. In just two seasons with the Jacks, Rechatiko posted 1,688 set assists, which ranks ninth on SDSU's all-time list. "Her leadership in both areas (offense and defense) elevat...