Jay Elsen of Midco Sports Network talks about the Coyotes win over Southern Illinois, Bob Nielson’s 200th win, Miles Bergner tryout with the Cleveland Brows and, of course, his Milwaukee Brewers in the playoffs!
South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson talks about the Coyotes win over Northern Colorado and looks ahead to a top 25 matchup at Weber State.
Jay Elsen of Midco Sports Network talks about what he saw from the Coyotes in their season opening loss at Kansas State.
South Dakota head football coach Bob Nielson talks about the team’s performance Saturday night in Manhattan, Kansas and looks ahead at Northern Colorado.
Midco Sports Networks Jay Elsen joined John Thayer Tuesday on “On the John” to talk South Dakota football as the Coyotes prepare to open the season at Kansas State.
University of South Dakota head football Bob Nielson talks about the Yotes effort in fall camp that has prepared them for the season. Coach Nielson also talks about the season opener against Kansas State.
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.
Someone is going to pick up a talented player.
According to Jeff Kolpack of the Fargo Forum, Holly Johnson has played her last game for the Bison due to an injury. A foot injury has kept Johnson out of the lineup this season and apparently the injury has not healed enough for her to play this season. NDSU head coach Maren Walseth decided not to redshirt Johnson and move the program in a different direction.
Johnson has played every season for the Bison, including as a true freshman. Over the last two years she has averaged over 13 points and 6 rebounds per game. Johnson played in 87 games for the Bison and started all 59 over the last two years.
Johnson will be able to use the graduate transfer rule, since she will graduate from NDSU, and be immediately eligible next season.
In her career against South Dakota, Johnson has averaged 12 points and six rebounds in 27.5 minutes per game. Johnson’s best game against the Coyotes was in 2014 when she scored 31 points and grabbed eight rebounds. In that game USD rallied from a 19-point deficit to beat the Bison in overtime, 95-87. Oddly enough, in the only win for the Bison over USD in her career Johnson was held scoreless in a 2013 game.
With the ability to play right away Johnson can be a big addition to a team that needs immediate help on the inside.
Holly Johnson career against USD (regular season)
DATE RESULT PTS REB MIN
2/8/2015 L 83-79 8 6 33
1/15/2015 L 84-69 14 10 33
2/27/2014 L 95-87 OT 31 8 37
1/30/2014 L 83-70 13 5 24
2/2/2013 W 57-50 0 3 16
1/3/2013 L 73-52 6 6 22
Today the University of South Dakota announced Bob Nielson would be its next head football coach. And, it appears, the Coyotes have hit a home run.
When former head coach Joe Glenn announced his retirement USD Athletics Director David Herbster made one thing clear – he wanted a coach who is a proven winner and has experience as an FCS Coach or higher. Continue reading
Today the University of South Dakota held a press conference to announce the retirement of Joe Glenn as the head football coach. As Glenn entered a quiet, somber ballroom at the Muenster University Center he shouted “This isn’t a funeral”, which followed with laughter from those in attendance.
USD Sports Information Director Bryan Boettcher welcomed those in attendance before turning it over to Athletic Director David Herbster who thanked Coach Glenn for his time and effort as the head coach of the football program before giving the floor to Glenn.
Joe Glenn delivered the following statement:
After the statement Coach Glenn took questions from the media in attendance:
Per USD Athletic Director David Herbster the search for a new football coach begins immediately.
I had the chance to be on Coyote Corner for the second time this season with Jay Elsen on Midco Sports. I always enjoy being on the show and any chance to talk about sports. This week was a little different with a tough season right now for the Coyotes, but we made it through and Jay always does a fine job as the host. Also in the show Jay will preview the matchup with FCS No. 1 North Dakota State and Alex Heinert has a feature on a couple of players who have bounced back from injury.
Big thanks to Jay for asking me to be on the show again, Alex for his work as the producer of the show and Toby who is behind the scenes making sure everything is on time.
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