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South Dakota Coyotes

South Dakota Coyotes
Logo
University University of South Dakota
Conference The Summit League
Missouri Valley Football Conference
NCAA Division I
Athletic director David Herbster
Location Vermillion, SD
Varsity teams 15 (6 men's, 9 women's)
Football stadium DakotaDome
Basketball arena DakotaDome
Mascot Charlie Coyote
Nickname Coyotes
Fight song Hail, South Dakota!
Colors
     Vermilion       White
Website .com.usdcoyoteswww

The South Dakota Coyotes, also known as the USD Coyotes (pronounced KI YOATS), are the athletic teams for the University of South Dakota. Their team colors are vermilion and white. They have been members of The Summit League of the NCAA's Division I since the 2011-12 season. The football team plays in Division I's Football Championship Subdivision.

Many of the Coyotes' athletic events are held in the multi-purpose DakotaDome, located in Vermillion, South Dakota. Football and basketball are the main events for the venue, followed by volleyball, indoor track, and swimming.

Contents

  • Athletic teams 1
  • Football 2
    • Record versus Missouri Valley Football Conference 2.1
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Athletic teams

The University of South Dakota sponsors six men's and nine women's teams in NCAA sanctioned sports:[1]

Football

Record versus Missouri Valley Football Conference

  • Records through the end of the 2012/2013 school year.
Rival Record (W-L-T) Name
Illinois State 0–1–0 .000
Indiana State 0–1–0 .000
Missouri State 0–1–0 .00
North Dakota State 25–50–3 .340
Northern Iowa 17–25–1 .407
South Dakota State 103–49–7 .667
Southern Illinois 0–0–0 N/A
Western Illinois 2–1–0 .666
Youngstown State 0–1–0 .00

References

  1. ^ http://www.goyotes.com/

External links

  • Official website
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