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Jackrabbit Gets Summit Nod

South Dakota State’s McKenzie Wolf was named The Summit League’s Defensive Player of the Week for her performance against Fort Wayne over the weekend.


Coyote Earns Volleyball Honor

Senior middle blocker Natalie Walseth was named The Summit League Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week.


Bad Break For Vikings

Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph will miss at least the next month with a fractured left foot.


South Dakota Playoffs Continue

High school football playoff action continued in South Dakota on Monday.

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Iowa Preps Move On

Round two of the Iowa prep football playoffs took place Monday night.


T-Wolves Rally Comes Up Short

The Cleveland Cavaliers held off a late rally for a 93-92 victory over Minnesota on Monday night, handing the Timberwolves their first loss of the season.


Rewards For Gophers

Minnesota’s third win in a row has produced a couple of rewards.


Another Tough Loss For Vikes

It was a familiar story for the Minnesota Vikings Sunday.


Timberwolves Remain Unbeaten

The Timberwolves remain unbeaten after three games.


Denver Tops Summit Seeds

Denver claims the top seed for the upcoming Summit League Women’s Soccer Championship after registering a perfect 7-0-0 league record.

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