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Black Hills State University
   Jamestown College Claims 2007-08 Commissioner's Cup


Jamestown College is the winner of the 2007-08 Dakota Athletic Conference Commissioner's Cup.

Jamestown compiled 115.5 points to win the honor. Black Hills State finished second with 110, Dickinson State was third with 106 followed by Minot State with 91, Dakota State with 62, South Dakota Mines with 57, Mayville State with 40.5 and Valley City State with 37.

The Commissioner's Cup is awarded to the member institution with the best overall record in conference competition. Points are given based on each school's finish in conference sports that include a conference championship.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, May 07, 2008 (20:25:42)


Black Hills State University
   All DAC Softball Team And Post Season Awards


All DAC Softball Team

Pitcher-Kayla Mitchell-Minot State
Pitcher-Sara Jane Webster-Dickinson State
Pitcher-Meghan Shaw-Dickinson State
Catcher-Chelsa Carley-Mayville State
First Base-Nicole Marcoux-Dickinson State
First Base-Kaleigh Will-Valley City State
Second Base-Danielle Abrahamson-Dickinson State
Third Base-Jody Lantz-Dickinson State
Third Base-Kayla Price-Jamestown College
Third Base-Alicia Penner-Minot State
Shortstop-Janessa Penner-Minot State
Shortstop-Kim Flaman-Black Hills State
Outfield-Ashley Neufeld-Dickinson State
Outfield-Jenn Penner-Jamestown College
Outfield-Sasha Ward-Minot State
Outfield-Amanda Mickey-Dickinson State
Utility-Justine Rechenmacher-Jamestown College
Designated Player-Kelly Jahn-Dickinson State

Post-Season Awards

Most Valuable Player: Janessa Penner-Minot State
Most Valuable Senior: Chelsa Carley-Mayville State
Pitcher of the Year: Sara Jane Webster-Dickinson State
Freshman of the Year: Sara Jane Webster-Dickinson State
Coach of the Year: Amy Gurney-Black Hills State



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, May 06, 2008 (18:19:36)


Black Hills State University
   Black Hills State Women Win DAC Track Title


The Black Hills State women and Dickinson State men won the team titles at the 2008 Dakota Athletic Conference outdoor track & field championships on Sunday.

Black Hills State's Aubrey Baxter and Eric Flores swept the throwing events as each took titles home in the discus and shot put. The duo also won the exhibition hammer throw event.

Yellow Jacket Shannon Hellman won the 100-meter hurdles and long jump in addition to her win in the heptathlon two weeks ago. Hellman also finished second in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.

Black Hills' Cody Brodewyk won the steeplechase and 5,000-meter runs as the Yellow Jackets won 18 combined events in the men's and women's portions of the event.

The Black Hills State men were runner-up to Dickinson State.

The Black Hills women won the conference triple crown cross-country, indoor and outdoor titles for the third straight year.

The Jackets have only one senior on the women's team, 800-meter winner Kelley Aline.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Monday, May 05, 2008 (18:41:50)


Black Hills State University
   Jackets Split Contests To End Regular Season


The Black Hills State softball team scored eight runs in the fourth inning, helping the Yellow Jackets to a 9-7 win over the University of Great Falls on Sunday at the UGF Invitational at the Multi-Sports Complex in Great Falls, Mont., during the regular season's final day for BHSU.

The Yellow Jackets fell in their other contest of the day, dropping a 9-4 decision to Simon Fraser, the No. 11-ranked team in NAIA.

Autumn Berg led the Yellow Jackets (12-16 overall, 11-15 Dakota Athletic Conference) at the plate in the win, finishing 3-for-5 with an RBI and Ashley Berg was 2-for-3. Karissa Norte picked up the win for BHSU, improving her season record to 8-6.

Great Falls Lindsay Cline pitched well for three innings and took a 2-1 lead into the fourth. Relief pitcher Darcy Powers and gave up the last five runs.

Jo Bailey had a solo homer and two doubles to spark the 14-hit UGF attack. Sonja Barone also had a homer in the fifth inning. Simon Fraser's Jessie Harris ripped a two-run homer for the Clan, which scored in the last six innings of the game.

BHSU, which is in third place in the conference, will play in the Dakota Athletic Conference tournament, beginning Friday in Jamestown, N.D.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Monday, April 28, 2008 (18:10:27)


Black Hills State University
   Black Hills State Splits A Pair


Black Hills State University split a pair of softball games Saturday at the University of Great Falls Invitational. The Yellow Jackets stopped the host Argos 8-4 in extra innings before Simon Fraser of British Columbia, Canada, ranked No. 12 in the nation in the NAIA ranks, defeated them 13-0.

Great Falls got the best of Simon Fraser with a 7-4 win to open the invite.

Black Hills took a 4-1 lead into the bottom of the seventh before UGF rallied to tie the game.

The game then proceeded into extra innings, which are decided by an international tiebreaker. Each team gets a runner on second to start the inning.

Black Hills State scored the winning run in the eighth on a double by Kelli Graham, and added three more runs for insurance.

Brittany Montgomery and Danielle McGrath combined for six of the Yellow Jackets' 12 hits, while Autumn Berg and Graham had two apiece.

Montgomery added two home runs for BHSU while Berg hit her first of the year and McGrath knocked out her second home run of the season.

Montgomery now has four round-trippers on the season.

Karrissa Norte picked up her third win of the year in relief of BHSU starter Jessica Clark.

No further information was available on the Black Hills-Simon Fraser game.

The teams return today with Black Hills State (11-18) taking on Simon Fraser (12-6) at 10 a.m., Simon Fraser will take on UGF (13-16) at noon, followed by the Black Hills versus Great Falls game at 2 p.m. in the finale.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, April 27, 2008 (12:06:43)


Black Hills State University
   Baxter Sets Two Records For BHSU


Black Hills State and South Dakota School of Mines wrapped up the Jack Christiansen Invitational with impressive performances, including a record-setting performance from a Yellow Jacket thrower.

Black Hills' Aubrey Baxter finished second in the hammer throw with a toss of approximately 199 feet, 10 inches, which set a school record as well as a state collegiate record. Baxter also qualified for nationals in the discus throw with a mark of 151-1 and earned first place in the shot put with a throw of 51-1.

Teammate Amber Brodersen had a second place finish in the shot put with a throw of 43-4.

Lady Hardrocker Katrina Donovan finished fourth in the javelin throw with a toss of 85-5.

In team standings, the Yellow Jackets scored 36 points and finished fifth, while South Dakota School of Mines tallied 10 points.

On the men's side, Yellow Jacket Eric Flores was a double event winner, earning first place in both the shot put (55-10) and the hammer throw (197-2).

Flores finished fifth in the discus with a throw of 152-7 and became a provisional national qualifier.

Black Hills' Jason Boeding placed sixth in the hammer throw.

South Dakota Tech's Chandler Caldwell cleared 15-7 to take home first place honors in the pole vault event.

"Eric, Aubrey and Jason are very solid in all three events and that's rare," said Black Hills State head coach Scott Walkinshaw. "I'm very pleased with the performances and we're coming around at the right time."

South Dakota School of Mines and Black Hills State travel to Jamestown on Friday for the DAC meet.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, April 27, 2008 (12:04:27)


Black Hills State University
   BHSU Women Take Second In Season Ending Meet


The Minot State men and the Dickinson State women came out on top at the Black Hills State Invitational on Monday as the DAC golf season came to a close at the Spearfish Canyon Country Club. There was frost on the course that delayed Monday's start by nearly an hour and a half. The BHSU women came in second in the women's division finishing 41 strokes behind the Blue Hawks.

"It was our best day of golf in the three-year history of the program," said intern BHSU head coach Jamie Bentley.

"They have worked hard all year. It was nice to see it finally click for them on their home course, they deserved it," said Bentley.

The Yellowjackets had four players in the top 10 as Anne Langdell was sixth with a two-day total of 179. Katelynn Lamb followed with a 184 for seventh with Katie Campbell eighth at 194. Tamara Haines placed 10th for BHSU with a 197.

The top two men's teams, Minot State and Dickinson State along with the top two women's teams, Dickinson State and Jamestown qualified for the NAIA Region 3 Tournament on April 28-29 in Sioux Falls.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 (20:21:21)


Black Hills State University
   Hellman Wins Heptathlon At Multi Championships


Shannon Hellman of Black Hills State won the heptathlon and Sean Pickstock of Dickinson State won the decathlon at the Dakota Athletic Conference Multi-Championships held on Sunday and Monday at Whitney Stadium.

Hellman, an all-state performer in high school for the Douglas Patriots, as well as a college All-American for South Dakota Mines and Black Hills State, captured four firsts in the seven events as she amassed 4,458 points.

Leah Sperry of Dickinson State was second with 3,850 points with LaShay Bagsby of Minot State placing third with 3,783 points.

Lisa Koch of Black Hills State came in seventh place with 3,263 points and teammate Kristi Bowers tallied 3,037 points for eighth place in the heptathlon.

Hellman won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.81 seconds, the high jump with a jump of 5-feet-3-3/4 inches as well as the 200 (25.57) and 800 (2.36.96).

Bagsby won the other three women’s events; the shot put, long lump and javelin.

Pickstock edged Josh Ewalt of Jamestown College by 102 points, 5,879 to 5,777, to win the men’s title.

Shane Long of Black Hills State finished third compiling 5,563 points.

Pickstock captured the 100-meter dash, the long jump and 400 for the Blue Hawks.

Ewalt won the shot put, discus and the pole vault, Ulysses Dalton of Minot State won the shot put and 110 hurdles with Nathan Horgeshimer picked up firsts in the high jump and the 1,500.



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Posted by Nyla
on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 (15:49:36)


Black Hills State University
   BHSU's Golfers In Second After First Day


The Minot State men and Dickinson State women took the lead after the first day of the Black Hills State Invitational golf tournament at Spearfish Canyon County Club on Sunday.

The Black Hills State women are in second place behind Dickinson State at 390 strokes. The Yellow Jackets' Anne Langdell is in third place with a 90. Dickinson's Megan Fisher is leading the tourney with an 80 after the first day.

"I'm very pleased, they battled the conditions well today," Black Hills State head coach Jaime Bentley said. "We're looking to make a move tomorrow. We think we've got a little home course advantage."

Katelynn Lamb (94), Katie Campbell (102), Tamara Haines 104 and Nikole Hoard 104 were the other four players playing for the Yellow Jackets.

South Dakota School of Mines & Technology shot a 451.

The Minot State trio of Justin Aberle (76), Jordan Kelly (78) and Ben Edwards (78) were all in the top four in the individual race to pace the Beavers. Dickinson's Jake Fladeland shot a 75 to take the lead after the first day.

Brandon Eisenbraun shot an 84 to lead Mines. Eisenbraun is in 10th place in the individual race. The Hardrockers are in third place behind Minot and Dickinson in the team standings. Sam Hermanson (86), Don DeGooyer (88) and Rickie Clausen (89) are the other Mines players in the top 15.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Monday, April 21, 2008 (14:39:37)


Black Hills State University
   Jackets Lose One, Win One


Brittany Montgomery had a pair of hits, including a home run, and two RBIs, helping the Black Hills State softball team salvage a split, 7-3, Sunday in Dakota Athletic Conference softball at Cecil Hurley Field in Spearfish.

The Trojans opened the twinbill with a 8-0 shutout.

Kelsey Lock also clubbed a home run to help lead the home team in the nightcap. The Yellow Jackets broke the game open with a six-run second inning, ending a scoreless tie to that point.

Black Hills State (10-14 overall, 9-10 DAC) finished with eight hits in the win, and were led by Heidi Kwilinski, who was 2-for-3 with a double and three RBIs.

Jessica Clark pitched a complete game for the Yellow Jackets, allowing seven hits, three runs and one walk with six strikeouts.

Dakota State's Emily Pyle went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs in the loss. Dakota Novotny threw into the sixth inning and was saddled with the loss for the Trojans (13-25, 5-9).

In the opener, Dakota State's Mandy Rutledge shut down the Yellow Jackets with just four hits. Rutledge walked one and struck out four in the complete game.

Andrea Larsen paced the Trojans' 12-hit attack with a 2-for-3 outing. Both of Larsen's hits were home runs, as she finished with four RBIs.

Black Hills State's Ashley Grose failed to get out of the second inning and was issued the loss.

The Yellow Jackets return to action Saturday against University of Great Falls in Great Falls, Mont. BHSU will also face Simon Fraser later that day.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Monday, April 21, 2008 (14:35:34)


Black Hills State University
   Jackets Drop Two To Dakota State


Dakota State swept a college softball doubleheader from Black Hills State, taking 5-4 and 8-6 wins over the Lady Yellow Jackets Saturday at Cecil Hurley Field.

Jessica Clark suffered the pitching loss in the first game as Krista Gleiforst belted a home run for the hosts.

"Jessica didn't pitch her game. She had an off day,"said BHSU coach Amy Gurney. "We were a little aggressive on the bases and that hurt us."

BHSU had a solid offensive game, but it could not keep up with the pace of the visitors.

Dakota State scored a pair of unearned runs in the top of the eighth inning, taking an 8-6 triumph in the second game.

The Lady T's held a 6-2 lead, but BHSU rallied to send the game into extra innings.

Karissa Norte took the pitching loss for BHSU despite a strong effort for her team.

"Karissa pitched well, but we didn't support her defensively," said Gurney. "It was the worst defensive game I've watched."

BHSU slipped to 8-9 in the Dakota Athletic Conference and 9-16 overall.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, April 20, 2008 (12:06:40)


Black Hills State University
   2008 NAIA Division II Mens And Womens Basketball All American Teams


Click The NAIA Logos For The Full Listing

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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 (23:47:16)


Black Hills State University
   2008 NAIA National Championship Brackets And Scores (CLICK LOGO)






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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, March 06, 2008 (00:50:20)


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