South Dakota State University
ELMHURST, Illinois — For the fourth time in her career, South Dakota State women's basketball student-athlete Macy Miller was named The Summit League Player of the Week Monday by the league office. Miller, a Mitchell native, was named the Hawkeye Challenge MVP Nov. 20 and averaged 18.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in wins vs. Montana Nov. 19 and against the Iowa. The point guard shot 55.6 percent from the field, 33.3 percent from 3-point range and 75 percent from the foul line.
IRVING, Texas — South Dakota State 174-pounder David Kocer has captured the first Big 12 Conference wrestler of the week award of the 2016-17 season, league officials announced Monday afternoon.
Brenna Morgan and Danielle Stoltz, both of Michell, were awarded scholarships from South Dakota State University for the upcoming academic year. Morgan, a freshman exercise science major, received the Hatterscheidt Foundation Scholarship. She is the daughter of Steve and Dawn Morgan. Stoltz, a sophomore, received the Jill Hickey Memorial Scholarship. She is the daughter of Bob and Deb Stoltz.
Kaelyn Dammann, Mitchell, has been awarded the WOW Logistics Donald E. Utschig Scholarship and the John Anderson Memorial Scholarship for the upcoming academic year at South Dakota State University, Brookings. Dammann, a senior dairy manufacturing major, is the daughter of Kirk and Connie Dammann. She is involved in the SDSU Dairy Club, has served as the treasurer for Habitat for Humanity and as an Ag-Bio Ambassador.
The honor society of Phi Kappa Phi at South Dakota State University initiated 125 eligible juniors, seniors and graduate students and five members of SDSU's faculty and staff to its membership April 22 in the University Student Union's Volstorff Ballroom. Eligibility is based on class standing. Juniors in the upper five percent and seniors in the upper 10 percent ranking of their classes are invited. Graduate students with a 4.0 GPA are eligible to be initiated.
BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University head women’s basketball coach Aaron Johnston announced Wednesday two members of the high school Class of 2016 have signed national letters of intent to...
South Dakota State University, Brookings, has released the graduate list for spring 2015 graduation. Students marked with a single asterisk graduated cum laude; two asterisks, magna cum laude; and three asterisks, summa cum laude. These area students were awarded degrees: Alpena: Ashley Losing; Armour: Michelle Holbeck***; Ashley Weber, Nikki Seitz*; Bonesteel: Beverly Cahoy; Bridgewater: Andrew Becker, Brooklyn Glanzer, Cari Meyer; Burke: James Cassidy, Andrew Steffen; Canistota: Ryan Tieszen; Carthage: Lucas Hattervig*; Chamberlain: Caleb Benson; Colome: Tasha Hauf**; Dallas: Emilee Graes
South Dakota State University, Brookings, has announced the following scholarship awards. These area students were given scholarships: Kelbi Dean, Artesian, was awarded the Dr. Eluned Jones and David Chalmers Scholarship in Economics and Management. She is the daughter of Justin and Lorin Dean. Kaelyn Dammann, Mitchell, was awarded the John Anderson Memorial Scholarship. She is the daughter of Kirk and Connie Dammann. Reed Muehler, Mitchell, was given the Daktronics Economics Internship Award. He is the son of Todd and Kerri Muehler.
BROOKINGS -- Extreme winter conditions slowed river barge deliveries and rail shipments of nitrogen this spring. And, while most South Dakota producers will have their nitrogen needs met this spring, some may have to consider other application management options due to nitrogen shortages, said Anthony Bly, SDSU Extension Soils Field Specialist. "It is extremely hard to tell where shortages might occur until strong consumption applies stress on supply," Bly said.
South Dakota State University has announced the names of students who have received OMEGA scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year. Area students receiving the scholarships include: Russell Felicia, Chamberlain; Jody Hoiten, Salem; Michael Mingo, Armour; Branson Tolliver, Wagner; Kody Weiss, Mitchell. OMEGA stands for Opportunities, Mentoring, Education, Growth and Academics. The program is funded by a National Science Foundation S-STEM grant. It provides scholarships to academically talented, full time students in STEM disciplines who meet a U.S.