Voice of the Coyotes Joe Van Goor talks about the Coyote men’s basketball team without Tyler Hagedorn and what is to come for the team.
South Dakota State play-by-play voice Tyler Merriam talks about the Jacks advancing to the FCS semifinals for the second straight season and Mike Daum continues to break records.
South Dakota head women’s basketball coach Dawn Plitzuweit on the Coyote Sports Network after a 64-59 win over No. 22/23 Iowa State.
Lone South Dakota senior Allison Arens on the post game show on the Coyote Sports Network after South Dakota upset Iowa State 64-59.
South Dakota head women’s basketball coach Dawn Plitzuweit on the postgame show on the Coyote Sports Network after the Coyotes won at Montana 64-41 Saturday night.
South Dakota junior Ciara Duffy scored a career high 26 points to help the Coyotes to a 64-41 win at Montana. Duffy talked on the postgame show on the Coyote Sports Network after the win.
South Dakota defeated Wichita State Wednesday night 73-64 in the Sanford Pentagon. After the game, head coach Dawn Plitzuweit talked about the effort on the Coyote Sports Network.
South Dakota junior Ciara Duffy scored a game high 23 points, 20 of which came in the second half to help the Coyotes defeat Wichita State Wednesday night 73-64 in the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls. After the game Duffy joined the Coyote Sports Network to talk about the win.
University of South Dakota head men’s basketball coach Todd Lee and I sat down to talk about the trip to the Bahamas and how it can bring a team together. We also talked about a couple guys who signed to play with the Yotes. At the time of the recording the 3rd player had not signed his NLI.
Part of this interview aired on the Coyote Report Monday night, but the segment was shortened to accommodate volleyball coach Leanne Williamson after the Yotes won the Summit League championship.
University of South Dakota head men’s basketball coach Todd Lee on the Coyote Sports Network after a 58-52 win over UMBC to close out the Bimini Jam.
For the second straight game the Coyotes missed a game-tying 3-point try and fell in the Bimini Jam. After South Dakota’s 65-62 loss to Air Force head coach Todd Lee joined the Coyote Sports Network to talk about it.
South Dakota head men’s basketball coach Todd Lee’s postgame conversation on the Coyote Sports Network after the Coyotes fell to High point 60-56. South Dakota will play Air Force Sunday afternoon at 2:30pm CT.
Jay Elsen has been busy this week with four games in three days in Vermillion. The Coyote football team beat Western Illinois Saturday, volleyball and women’s basketball won on Sunday and men’s basketball defeated Northern Arizona Monday night. Jay was there for all of it and shares his thoughts on USD sports.
Jay Elsen of Midco Sports Network talks about South Dakota football and looks ahead to men’s and women’s basketball seasons which tipoff tomorrow.
John Focke, Executive Producer of the Timberwolves Radio Network, talks about the Wolves wins last week and tough start to the west coast road trip.
John Focke of the Timberwolves Radio Network joins me to talk about Minnesota.
John Focke of the Timberwolves Radio Network talks about the Jimmy Butler situation, Karl-Anthony Towns and the Timberwolves as they enter the season.
The University of South Dakota women’s basketball team left Sunday for Australia. It’s a bonding trip with some basketball mixed in. The girls will play three games in Australia and get the chance to do some exploring as well. Fortunately for the team they have native Australian Jasmine Trimboli to help show the way. I had the chance to catch up with Trimboli, Caitlin Duffy and head coach Dawn Plitzuweit to talk about the trip before they departed.
South Dakota head women’s basketball coach Dawn Plitzuweit talks about the transition do USD and Vermillion and also about the excitement of going to Australia with the team.
Senior Caitlin Duffy is excited for a once in a lifetime opportunity that will also be a basketball trip with teammates.
Jasmine Trimboli gets the chance to return to her home country and play basketball in front of family and friends. She will also help show her USD teammates a new culture.
The USD women’s basketball team will open the upcoming season on Nov. 11 at the Sanford Pentagon against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Tickets for the game will go on sale in October.
Every team has a goal of reaching the NCAA tournament. It doesn’t matter if you get matched up against a No. 1 or No. 2 seed. The feeling of being in the NCAA tournament for athletes and coaches is incredible. But not everyone gets into the tournament.
In women’s basketball 64 teams get the opportunity to play in the tournament. That teams more than 250 teams, many of which had a great season, on the outside looking in. That’s where other postseason opportunities come into play. For women’s basketball there are two more – Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) and Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI). With 64 teams in the WNIT and 16 more in the WBI that gives an additional 80 teams a chance to play for a championship and 144 total teams in women’s postseason tournaments. Continue reading
It’s been 237 days (but really, who’s counting) since the South Dakota women’s basketball team saw their season end in the NCAA tournament – the school’s first as a DI program – at the hands of Stanford, who eventually made it to the Final Four.
Tonight the Coyote women will tip off their season at Drake. It’s the second time in three seasons the two teams have opened the season at Knapp Center in Des Moines, IA. It’s the third straight season the teams have played. Two years ago the Coyotes edged Drake on the road 74-69. Last season the Bulldogs were victorious in overtime 89-81 in a game played at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls. Continue reading