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SUM: Season 2011-2012

SUM Standings
 1. ORU 17-1 (26-5) 
 2. S.Dakota St. 16-3 (25-7) 
 3. Oakland 11-7 (17-14) 
 4. N.Dakota St. 9-9 (17-11) 
 5. W.Illinois   9-10 (16-14) 
 6. S.Utah   8-10 (13-16) 
 7. IUPUI 7-11 (14-17) 
 8. S.Dakota 5-13 (10-18) 
 9. IPFW 5-13 (11-17) 
 10. UMKC 4-14 (10-21) 

Points Per Game
  Avg: 25.7
 1. Hamilton, Oakland25.7 
 2. Wolters, S.Dakota.21.3 
 3. Gaines, IPFW21.2 
 4. Young, IU.20.4 
 5. Morrison, ORU20.0 
 6. Westbrook, S.Dak.18.7 
 7. Chamberlain, UMKC17.3 
 8. Krogman, S.Dakota16.8 
 9. Bader, Oakland15.8 
 10. Braun, N.Dakota S.15.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Terell PARKS
  Avg: 9.2
 1. Parks, W.Illinois9.2 
 2. Valentine, Oakland7.2 
 3. Petros, Oakland7.1 
 4. Andreotti, S.Dakota6.8 
 5. Gruis, S.Dakota6.7 
 6. Braun, N.Dakota St.6.6 
 7. Craion, ORU6.3 
 8. Bjorklund, N.Dakot.6.0 
 9. Gaines, IPFW5.9 
 10. Young, IU.5.9 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 6
 1. Wolters, S.Dakota.6.0 
 2. Hamilton, Oakland5.0 
 3. Clark, W.Illinois4.7 
 4. Alexander, N.Dakot.4.6 
 5. Jones, S.Utah4.5 
 6. Krogman, S.Dakota4.0 
 7. Pearson, ORU3.7 
 8. Thomas, IU.3.5 
 9. Marlin, IPFW3.5 
 10. Heuir, S.Utah3.1 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2
 1. Hamilton, Oakland2.0 
 2. Staton, UMKC1.7 
 3. Wolters, S.Dakota.1.7 
 4. Westbrook, S.Dak.1.7 
 5. Young, IU.1.6 
 6. Craion, ORU1.6 
 7. Clark, W.Illinois1.5 
 8. Krogman, S.Dakota1.5 
 9. Gaines, IPFW1.4 
 10. Callahan, S.Dakot.1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Terell PARKS
  Avg: 1.4
 1. Parks, W.Illinois1.4 
 2. Andreotti, S.Dakota1.4 
 3. Wright, N.Dakota.1.2 
 4. Young, IU.1.0 
 5. Westbrook, S.Dak.0.9 
 6. Sikora, Oakland0.8 
 7. Bell-Holter, ORU0.8 
 8. Gruis, S.Dakota0.8 
 9. Craion, ORU0.8 
 10. Hall, UMKC0.8 

South Dakota State University wins the Summit League Tournament 2011-2012 title (Photo: SUM)

SUM Women 2011-2012
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South Dakota State University 2011-12
Scott Nagy Scott Nagy Nagy
Nate Wolters
Brayden Carlson
Tony Fiegen
Jordan Dykstra
Griffan Callahan
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Wolters Nate 193 (6'4'') G USA
12  Carlson Brayden 193 (6'4'') G USA
34  Fiegen Tony 200 (6'7'') F USA
42  Dykstra Jordan 203 (6'8'') F USA
33  Callahan Griffan 193 (6'4'') G USA
5  Prince Taevaunn 190 (6'3'') G Canada
32  Heemstra Marcus 205 (6'9'') F USA
25  White Chad 198 (6'6'') G USA
22  Monaghan Zach 187 (6'2'') G USA
1  Francis Samuel 190 (6'3'') G 92 Bulgaria
4  Stephenson Aireus 182 (6'0'') G USA
23  Feilmeier Joey 185 (6'1'') G USA
44  Hennings Austin 198 (6'6'') F USA
24  Horstman Zach 198 (6'6'') G/F USA
20  Jacobsen Cory 185 (6'1'') G USA
10  Olson Alex 185 (6'1'') G USA
Head Coach: Scott Nagy
Coach Assistant: Rob Klinkefus
Coach Assistant: Austin Hansen
Coach Assistant: Brian Cooley

SDSU Wins First Summit League Men's Crown - Mar 7, 2012

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The championship game of the 2012 Summit League men's basketball tournament provided some senior moments for South Dakota State's Griffan Callahan.
The only senior on the Jackrabbit roster had two free throws to tie Western Illinois at 44 in regulation and force the first overtime in the tournament final since 1995.
Then the 6-4 native of Seneca, Ill., drained a three-pointer with1:27 to play, putting the Jacks ahead 52-50, SDSU's first lead since 16-15 at 9:51 of the first half.
And on the last possession of the game, he grabbed the rebound when Western Illinois missed its last shot, preserving the victory and propelling the Jackrabbits to their first-ever berth in the NCAA Division I championships.
South Dakota State will take a 27-7 record to the NCAA tournament. WIU, the No. 4 seed, took a four-game win streak in the title game and ends its season 18-14. It was the lowest scoring title game since Green Bay beat Northern Illinois 56-39 in 1991.
After Callahan's basket gave SDSU the lead, the Jacks came up with a steal but gave the ball back with a shot clock violation. WIU had 10 seconds to work with but missed its last shot.
The Jackrabbits had to rally from a 12-point second-half deficit to win the game.
WIU held SDSU scoreless over the last four minutes of the first half and took a 28-24 lead, thanks to a three-pointer by Jack Houpt and a layup by Terell Parks to close the scoring for the period.
The Leathernecks pushed their lead to 12, at 37-25, on a basket by Tommie Tyler at the 15:24 mark.
Then SDSU began chipping away, getting it to nine, 37-28, on a jumper by Nate Wolters at 14:19, then to seven on a Callahan three-pointer at 10:43, 38-31. They cut it to five, 42-37, on a Callahan layup at 6;05, and down to two at 42-40 when Chad White hit a three-pointer at 4:57.
A layup by Tyler at 4:19 pushed WIU's back to four, 44-40, but was the last points the Leathernecks would get in regulation. Wolters hit two free throws at 4:08 and that was the only scoring until Callahan's two free throws tied it.
WIU scored on a dunk by Tyler off the overtime jump ball, but SDSU came right back with a basket by Tony Fiegen to tie it again. After Parks scored a layup for WIU, White hit another three-pointer putting SDSU up by one. But Obi Emegano's layup at 2:08 made it 50-48 WIU. Again, that would be the last points for the Leathernecks.
Wolters led SDSU with 14 points, but was just 5-for-22 from the field. In a typical Wolters game, however, he added six rebounds, four assists and two steals - and had just two turnovers in 44 minutes.
Callahan finished with 10 points while White had nine on three three-point baskets.
SDSU shot 35.2 percent for the game (19-for-54) but was 3-for-5, 60 percent, in the overtime.
Tyler led all scorers with 19 points but was the only player in double figures for WIU. WIU shot 40.4 percent (21-for-52) from the field but SDSU had a 7-6 advantage in three-point baskets and 7-2 advantage in free throws (WIU was just 2-for-6 at the line). SDSU also had a 38-32 rebounding advantage.

Courtesy of SUM

Summit League Tournament Final: South Dakota State - Western Illinois 52-50
Summit League Tournament Semifinals:
Oral Roberts - Western Illinois 53-54
South Dakota State - Southern Utah 63-47

All-Summit League 1st Team 2011-2012
Dominique Morrison
Taylor Braun
Frank Gaines
Reggie Hamilton
Nate Wolters

Player of the Year: Dominique Morrison (6'6''-F) of ORU
All-Tournament MVP: Nate Wolters (6'4''-G) of S.Dakota St.
Defensive Player of the Year: Ceola Clark (6'3''-G-89) of W.Illinois
Newcomer of the Year: Lawrence Alexander (6'3''-G-91) of N.Dakota St.
Sixth Man of the Year: Steven Roundtree (6'8''-F) of ORU
Coach of the Year: Scott Sutton of ORU

All-Summit League 1st Team
G: Taylor Braun (6'7''-91) of N.Dakota St.
G: Frank Gaines (6'5'') of IPFW
G: Reggie Hamilton (5'11''-89) of Oakland
F: Dominique Morrison (6'6'') of ORU
G: Nate Wolters (6'4'') of S.Dakota St.
G/F: Alex Young (6'6'') of IUPUI

2nd Team
G: Ceola Clark (6'3''-89) of W.Illinois
F: Michael Craion (6'5'') of ORU
F: Jordan Dykstra (6'8'') of S.Dakota St.
F: Jackson Stevenett (6'4'') of S.Utah
G: Charlie Westbrook (6'4'') of S.Dakota

Honorable Mention
Travis Bader (6'4''-G-91) of Oakland
Reggie Chamberlain (6'0''-G-89) of UMKC
Warren Niles (6'4''-G) of ORU
Terell Parks (6'7''-F/C) of W.Illinois
Steven Roundtree (6'8''-F) of ORU

All-Newcomers Team
Lawrence Alexander (6'3''-G-91) of N.Dakota St.
Ian Chiles (6'2''-G) of IUPUI
Obi Emegano (6'3''-F) of W.Illinois
Terell Parks (6'7''-F/C) of W.Illinois
Corey Petros (6'9''-F/C-93) of Oakland

All-Tournament Team
Nate Wolters (6'4''-G) of S.Dakota St.
Tommie Tyler (6'3''-G-89) of W.Illinois
Terell Parks (6'7''-F/C) of W.Illinois
Griffan Callahan (6'4''-G) of S.Dakota St.
Dominique Morrison (6'6''-F) of ORU

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