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Coyote Earns Summit Honor

Coyote Earns Summit Honor

South Dakota guard Tia Hemiller was named the Summit League Women’s Basketball Player of the Week on Monday in a league release.  It’s the first time she’s received the honor.

Hemiller (Watertown, S.D./HS) averaged 14 points, seven rebounds and four assists while shooting 48 percent in last week’s wins over Valparaiso and Cleveland State.  She also recorded her first collegiate double-double on Saturday with 13 points and 10 rebounds against Cleveland State.

South Dakota (9-6) will start Summit League play this weekend by playing at Denver on Sunday at 2 p.m.

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