Streveler named to all-star team
CLEVELAND — University of South Dakota senior quarterback Chris Streveler is one of 49 players selected to the 20th annual FCS Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team announced Friday. The winners were selected from 115 total nominees. The Missouri Valley Football Conference led all leagues with nine selections.
Streveler, who is in Frisco, Texas, Friday for the Walter Payton Award ceremony, has maintained a 3.72 postgraduate grade point average. He earned a degree in kinesiology in just three years at University of Minnesota. He has earned a master’s degree in kinesiology and sport management at USD, and is working on a second master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.
At the conclusion of the regular season, Streveler became the first Coyote named MVFC Offensive Player of the Year. He has since been named a first-team All-American by nearly every publication including Associated Press, Phil Steele, Walter Camp and HERO Sports. Phil Steele named Streveler FCS Offensive Player of the Year in mid-December.
ISU fans to gather for game
SIOUX CITY | Cyclone fans will gather to cheer on the ISU men's basketball team as it faces Oklahoma State on Saturday. Join us at North End Zone 4100 Floyd Blvd. for the 3 p.m. tip-off.
WSC's Harris earns All-American honors
WAYNE, Neb. -- Wayne State's Glenn HarriS was named to D2Football.com All-America Team released Friday morning, receiving Honorable Mention honors. The D2Football.com All-America Team highlights the best 100 players to play in 2017.
It’s the second postseason honor for Harris, who was voted to the D2CCA All-Super Region 4 Football Team on Dec. 1 with second-team all-region honors.
Harris, a 6-foot-1, 180 pound senior defensive back from Kansas City, Missouri, was a first-team All-NSIC South Division selection this season after leading Wayne State and the NSIC with eight interceptions this season, which was tied for second in NCAA Division II. His eight interceptions also tied a single season school record shared by Steve Besch (1984) and Charlie Wendt (1970). Harris also tied for third in the NSIC this season with 12 passes defended.
BVU releases football schedule
STORM LAKE, Iowa – Buena Vista head football coach Grant Mollring has announced his team's 2018 schedule which is highlighted by a pair of new non-conference opponents.
Just like it did a year ago, the Beavers will open up their 2018 campaign at home under the lights on a Thursday night. The team will welcome Hamline University from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference to campus for the season-opener which is scheduled to kick-off at 6 p.m. on Aug. 30.
A week later, BVU travels to Concordia (Neb.) on Saturday, Sept. 8, for its first road test of the year starting at 1 p.m. Both non-conference games will be the first-ever contests that BVU has played against either team.
On Sept. 15, the Beavers begin Iowa Conference play on the road against defending champion, Wartburg College, which finished 2017 at 12-1 (8-0 IIAC). The first home league game is a week later on Sept. 22 when Coe College visits.
BVU will also have road games at Central, Luther and Nebraska Wesleyan. The final home game will also be the final regular season game against Simpson College on Nov. 10 at 1 p.m.