Thursday's sports briefs: 11/07/2013
DWU men’s soccer falls to Doane at tourney
Doane scored one goal in the first half and three goals in the second half.
DWU took seven shots, and goalkeeper Alex Nelson had seven saves.
With the loss Wesleyan ends its season 9-8-2.
Refinement of Vikings stadium costs drags on
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An official involved in the Minnesota Vikings stadium project says planners won’t meet a goal of finalizing key elements of the financing by week’s end.
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen told The Associated Press on Wednesday that her staff, team representatives and the main contractor are still working to reach a “guaranteed maximum price” for construction work. The project is capped at $975 million, but not all of that goes into the actual structure.
The authority had hoped to reach a price deal this week so the Vikings could finalize loans on a $477 million private share. The state won’t sell bonds for a $498 million public portion until the Vikings do that.
Officials were eyeing mid-November for groundbreaking to get the stadium built by July 2016.
Tigers fall to Mount Marty in season finale
By The Daily Republic
YANKTON — The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team ended its regular season with a loss to Great Plains Athletic Conference foe Mount Marty Wednesday.
Set scores were 27-25, 31-29, 25-23.
Complete stats were not submitted for this game.
The Tigers end the season 7-28 overall and 0-16 in the GPAC.