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SUM: Season 2012-2013

SUM Ranking
 1. S.Dakota St. 14-2(22-7) 
 2. IUPUI 12-4(19-10) 
 3. S.Dakota 10-6(15-14) 
 4. IPFW 8-8(12-16) 
 5. Nebraska-Omaha 7-9(17-11) 
 6. W.Illinois 7-9(14-15) 
 7. N.Dakota St. 6-10(10-18) 
 8. UMKC 5-11(9-20) 
 9. Oakland 3-13(9-20) 

South Dakota State University wins the USA SUM 2012-2013 title

SUM Men 2012-2013
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South Dakota State University 2012-13
Aaron Johnston Aaron Johnston Johnston
Ashley Eide
Tara Heiser
Katie Lingle
Megan Waytashek
Gabrielle Boever
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
30  Eide Ashley 175 (5'9'') G USA
12  Heiser Tara 175 (5'9'') G USA
42  Lingle Katie 188 (6'2'') C USA
24  Waytashek Megan 183 (6'0'') G/F USA
4  Boever Gabrielle 175 (5'9'') G USA
15  Paluch Steph 178 (5'10'') G USA
40  Clarin Mariah 185 (6'1'') F USA
3  Stuart Megan 188 (6'2'') F USA
23  Walters Rachel 185 (6'1'') G/F USA
25  Aamlid Anne 185 (6'1'') F USA
22  Cornemann Chloe 173 (5'8'') G USA
13  Hart Jessica 175 (5'9'') G USA
14  Strop Hannah 183 (6'0'') F USA
21  Dietel Leah 185 (6'1'') F USA
Head Coach: Aaron Johnston
Coach Assistant: Carissa Nord
Coach Assistant: Mike Jewett
Coach Assistant: Katie Falco

South Dakota State Wins Record Fifth-Straight Women's League Title - Mar 13, 2013

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. Senior Ashley Eide (5'9''-G), made key plays in the last five minutes as South Dakota State rallied to claim its fifth-straight Summit League Tournament championship with a 56-53 victory over South Dakota Tuesday afternoon.

The Jackrabbits take a 25-7 record into the NCAA tournament. For the third consecutive year, the Jacks have won the title after trailing at halftime of the championship game. South Dakota was leading 32-28 at the break this time.

Eide's three-point basket gave South Dakota State a 50-48 lead with 5:28 to play. Her two free throws at 4:37 broke the last tie of the game and put SDSU ahead for good at 52-50.

Katie Lingle (6'2''-C) got a layup off an assist from Eide, pushing the margin to 54-50.

With the Coyotes within one after
Polly Harrington (5'11''-F-91)'s layup, Eide made two more free throws for the final margin with 19 seconds left.

South Dakota had three shots in the final five seconds, but came up empty.

Lingle's basket with 6:32 to play gave SDSU its first lead since 12-10, making it 47-46.

Megan Waytashek (6'0''-G/F) led SDSU with 11 points and Eide finished with 10 points and four assists. Gabrielle Boever (5'9''-G) had nine points, seven steals, three rebounds and two assist and Lingle finished with 10 rebounds, eight points and four blocked shots.

South Dakota's
Nicole Seekamp (5'10''-G-92), the tournament MVP, led all scorers with 20 points, but her last points came on a three-pointer with 18:23 to play, making it 35-30 Coyotes.

Tempestt Wilson (5'10''-G-90) added 10 points for the Coyotes, who got nine rebounds from Lisa Loeffler as they built a 44-34 advantage on the boards.

The defenses dominated the game as both teams shot less than 30 percent in the second half. South Dakota was 8-for-28 after intermission and its 28.6 percent was better than South Dakota State's 26.9 percent as the Jacks were only 7-for-26. For the game, USD had five more field goals than SDSU and shot 36.8 percent (21-of-57), while the Jackrabbits made just 29.1 percent of their shots (16-of-55).

The Jacks cashed in on a 19-for-23 effort at the foul line as the Coyotes made 9-of-13 free throws and were just 2-for-11 on three-point shots. South Dakota also had 16 turnovers, six more than South Dakota State.

The Coyotes came into the tournament as the No. 3 seed and advanced to the championship game in their first year of NCAA Division I eligibility, finishing 17-15.

-- Attendance for this afternoon's women's championship session was 6,153. That figure is a record for any women's session in tournament history, topping the previous record of 6,005 in the 2005 championship (men's and women's championship games sold as one session). The previous women's only championship session record was 5,580 in 2009.

--The overall women's tournament attendance of 21,158 sets a new league record, surpassing the previous mark of 17,867 set in 2012.

--South Dakota State has overcome a halftime deficit in three of its five Summit League Tournament titles.

--South Dakota State extended its record tournament win streak to 15 consecutive games and five straight championships. Only Valparaiso's men with 17 consecutive victories and six straight titles has had more in Summit League Basketball history.

--Tournament MVP
Nicole Seekamp of South Dakota is the first player to earn the honor as a runner-up since 2004 and only the fifth in history to do so.

--All-Tournament Team:
Gabrielle Boever, South Dakota State; Ashley Eide, South Dakota State; Keerah Nelson, IUPUI; Nicole Seekamp, South Dakota (MVP); Tempestt Wilson, South Dakota.

--South Dakota State's Gabrielle Boever set a new championship record with seven steals, which ties for the third-highest total in tournament history. South Dakota's
Nicole Seekamp's five steals equaled the previous championship record.

--South Dakota's 44 rebounds tie for the sixth-highest in a Summit League Championship game.

--The six assists by South Dakota's Alexis Yackley tied for the seventh-highest total in championship game history.

--South Dakota State shot 82.6 percent (19-of-23) from the free throw line marking the fifth-best in championship game history and the highest since the 2010 title game.

--Three of the last four Summit League Women's Basketball Championship games have been decided by four points or less. All five of South Dakota State's titles have been by 10 points or less.

Courtesy of Summit League

Summit League Tournament Final: South Dakota State - South Dakota 56-53
Summit League Tournament Semifinals:
South Dakota State - Fort Wayne 86-59
South Dakota - IUPUI 82-72

All-Summit League 1st Team 2012-2013
Nicole Seekamp
Ashley Eide
Paige Frauendorfer
Amanda Hyde
Kerah Nelson

All-Tournament MVP: Nicole Seekamp (5'10''-G-92) of S.Dakota
Player of the Year: Amanda Hyde (5'10''-G/F) of IPFW
Defensive Player of the Year: Dee-Dee Bellamy (5'6''-G) of IUPUI
Newcomer of the Year: Ashley Luke (6'1''-F) of Wisc.-Green Bay
Sixth Man of the Year: Katie Lingle (6'2''-C) of S.Dakota St.
Coach of the Year: Austin Parkinson of IUPUI

1st Team
G: Ashley Eide (5'9'') of S.Dakota St.
G: Paige Frauendorfer (6'0''-90) of Nebraska-Omaha
G/F: Amanda Hyde (5'10'') of IPFW
F: Kerah Nelson (5'10''-90) of IUPUI
G: Eilise O'Connor (5'8''-92) of UMKC
G/F: Megan Waytashek (6'0'') of S.Dakota St.

2nd Team
G: Katie Birkel (5'8''-89) of N.Dakota St.
G: Danielle Degagne (5'10''-91) of N.Dakota St.
F: Deairra Goss (5'10''-90) of IUPUI
F: Ashley Luke (6'1'') of Wisc.-Green Bay
G: Tempestt Wilson (5'10''-90) of S.Dakota

Honorable Mention
Carolyn Blair-Mobley (5'10''-G-90) of Nebraska-Omaha
Erin Murphy (5'8''-G) of IPFW
Jamie Nash (5'4''-G-90) of Nebraska-Omaha
Elena Popkey (5'6''-G-94) of Oakland
Nicole Seekamp (5'10''-G-92) of S.Dakota

All-Newcomer Team
Carolyn Blair-Mobley (5'10''-G-90) of Nebraska-Omaha
Deairra Goss (5'10''-F-90) of IUPUI
Ashley Luke (6'1''-F) of Wisc.-Green Bay
Elena Popkey (5'6''-G-94) of Oakland
Nicole Seekamp (5'10''-G-92) of S.Dakota

All-Tournament Team
Gabrielle Boever (5'9''-G) of S.Dakota St.
Ashley Eide (5'9''-G) of S.Dakota St.
Kerah Nelson (5'10''-F-90) of IUPUI
Nicole Seekamp (5'10''-G-92) of S.Dakota
Tempestt Wilson (5'10''-G-90) of S.Dakota

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