Last year, the Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team relied on its veteran hitters to carry it throughout the season. But this season, the roles have reversed and the Tiger pitching staff will be counted on to help propel Wesleyan into the top three of the Great Plains Athletic Conference.
Over the last five years, Matt Sedivy has been the face of the Dakota Wesleyan University wrestling program, but at the end of the 2013-14 wrestling campaign, that will change. DWU released Tuesday that Sediv, 30, will be stepping down from the position. “I started thinking about it at the end of last year because I was getting a little burned out with all the recruiting,” Sedivy said in an interview with The Daily Republic Tuesday. “I didn’t make the final decision until right around Christmas.
Dakota Wesleyan University women’s basketball coach Jason Christensen did something he hasn’t done all year Wednesday, putting three post players on the floor at once. The fourth-year head coach made the decision at halftime and it paid off as the Tigers reeled off 47 second-half points to beat Great Plains Athletic Conference opponent Mount Marty College 85-79 at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. “We threw three bigs on the court and went with that for most of the second half,” Christensen said. “I think they struggled with our post players.
Dakota Wesleyan University’s Amanda Hart has always stayed busy since starting her college career. The Alexandria native and senior guard has spent much of the last four years playing basketball, interning with the NAIA and writing for the DWU student newspaper. Hart recently added another activity to her resume — Great Plains Athletic Conference commissioner intern. “I am really excited.
Racing runs in Tucker Hohn’s blood. The 13-year old has been riding bikes ever since he can remember. Since the age of 3, he has been on a bike and...