August 26, 2011

OU's Coriasso, SDSU's Smith Complete Play at U.S. Amateur Golf Championship

South Dakota State's David Smith
Rising senior Michael Coriasso competed in his first-ever U.S. Amateur Golf Championship  Monday and Tuesday, shooting 75 and 77, finishing in a tie for 255th place at Erin Hills Golf Club (Par 72, 7,760 yards) and Blue Mound Golf and Country Club (Par 70, 6,622 yards). Coriasso, a native of Grand Blanc, Mich., missed the cut by nine shots with his 10-over-par score.  Click here to read more.  South Dakota State's David Smith also participated in the first two rounds of the U.S. Amateur Golf Championship.

WIU Women's Soccer Spends Time with Macomb Special Olympics

The Western Illinois women's soccer team didn't let preparation for a road match with the Iowa Hawkeyes and a home clash with St. Ambrose stop them from taking the opportunity to visit with Special Olympic athletes from Macomb at Digger's Bowling Alley Tuesday.  Click here to read more.

IUPUI's Nobles Inks Deal to Play in Poland

Former IUPUI standout Leroy Nobles recently signed a contract with Asseco Prokom in Poland to begin his professional basketball career. Prokom won the PKL title a year ago with a seven-game series win over PGE Turow.  Click here to read more.

UMKC Men's Basketball Featured on's Jeff Borzello talked to UMKC head coach Matt Brown about the Kangaroos trip to Italy as part of the Trippin' Series, where they caught up with all the Division I college basketball teams that traveled overseas.  Click here to read more.

August 25, 2011

SDSU Men, SUU Women Named Preseason Cross Country Favorites

South Dakota State, the two-time defending Summit League Men's Champion, and Southern Utah, the 2010 women's runner-up, were voted as preseason favorites to capture The 2011 Summit League Cross Country titles in a vote of the league's 10 head coaches.  Click here to read more.

August 23, 2011

NDSU's Carlson Named Top 30 Finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

North Dakota State track and field athlete Whitney Carlson has been selected as a top 30 honoree for the 2011 NCAA Woman of the Year award.  Thirty women, 10 from each NCAA membership division, were selected to the top 30.  Click here to read more.