Friday, January 22: SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Officials from Augustana and Winona State have announced a schedule change for the men's basketball contests this weekend inside the Sanford Pentagon. Games will now take place at 5:00 PM on Saturday and 1:00 PM on Sunday.

Thursday, January 21: SIOUX FALLS, SD – The games on January 22-23 involving No. 20 University of Sioux Falls Men's Basketball and Concordia, St. Paul at the Stewart Center, have been canceled due to COVID-19 testing protocols. Per Northern Sun scheduling guidelines for this season, the January 22 and January 23 games between the Golden Bears and the Cougars will not be rescheduled. (Dan Genzler Director, Athletics Communications)


The University of Sioux Falls Women's basketball team is making noise after starting the season with four straight wins which have earned them a number six ranking in the D2SIDA Central Region National Poll.

Anna Goodhope was picked as the NSIC South Division Player of the Week after an impressive performance against Winona State last weekend.

The Cougars will travel to Concordia-St. Paul this Friday and Saturday.

The Augustana Viking ladies (3-3) pack their gear and travel to Winona State. The Warriors are looking for their first win of the season.

The Augustana men's basketball team loves playing at the Sanford Pentagon and is coming off a sweep of the Golden Bears and now get to see Winona State for the first time this season who is also coming off back to back wins.

Turning to the Summit League, South Dakota State University women are perfect in conference play (4-0), 11-2 overall and look to improve on that when they face North Dakota Friday and Saturday at Frost Arena.

After having their games canceled last weekend with Omaha, the Jackrabbit men's team is ready for the Eagles this weekend.

USD ladies, also 4-0 in conference play are riding a five-game win streak. Both Coyote women's and men's teams are in Macomb, Illinois this Friday and Saturday to play Western Illinois.

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