August 03, 2012

SDSU's Stuart Travels to Africa for Medical Volunteer Program

South Dakota State University women's basketball player Megan Stuart left Thursday for Mombasa, Kenya, where she will take part in the Elective Africa medical volunteer program.

A biology/pre-medicine major, Stuart will enter her sophomore season this fall. The Roseville, Minn., native will spend nearly a month in Africa, during which time she will shadow physicians, volunteer in clinics and assist in disease prevention and awareness campaigns.

August 02, 2012

Schoeberl, Luce Join NDSU Women's Soccer Coaching Staff

Meghan Schoeberl, an assistant at Wisconsin-River Falls last season, has been named assistant women's soccer coach at North Dakota State.  NDSU head coach Mark Cook  made the announcement Thursday, Aug. 2.
Schoeberl spent five years with Cook at the Minnesota Thunder Academy as a head coach and assistant coach for its U15 to U19 teams.  She was a four-year starter at Northern Iowa from 2004 to 2007 and began her coaching career as an assistant for the Waterloo West High School boys' varsity team for two seasons while at UNI.

Cook also announced the addition of former Bison player Katie Luce as the team's director of soccer operations. Luce will assist the NDSU coaching staff with team travel, game-day preparations, video exchange, camps, and other administrative duties.