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South Dakota vs North Dakota State (28 Jan)

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Basketball

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Sanford Coyote Sports Center
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Vermillion, South Dakota

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
28 Jan 22 South Dakota  -  North Dakota
29 Jan 22 South Dakota  -  North Dakota
06 Feb 22 South Dakota  -  South Dakota
08 Feb 22 North Dakota  -  South Dakota
11 Feb 22 Nebraska-Omaha  -  South Dakota

Latest Results
25 Jan 22 Western Illinois  P - P  South Dakota
23 Jan 22 St. Thomas  79 - 90  South Dakota
15 Jan 22 South Dakota  105 - 70  Nebraska-Omaha
14 Jan 22 South Dakota  80 - 71  Denver
11 Jan 22 North Dakota  68 - 75  South Dakota

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The South Dakota Coyotes men's basketball team represents the University of South Dakota in NCAA Division I basketball. They are currently members of the Summit League. They are led by head coach Todd Lee and play their home games at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center. Prior to joining Division I beginning with the 2008–09 season, the Coyotes were members of NCAA Division II in the North Central Conference. They were Division II National Champions in 1958.

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The Sanford Coyote Sports Center is an indoor arena located on the campus of the University of South Dakota (USD) in Vermillion, South Dakota. The facility opened in 2016 and hosts the university's men's basketball, women's basketball, and women's volleyball teams. It has a seating capacity of 6,000. The center is named after a major supporter of the athletic program, Sanford Health, which donated $20 million to help with construction of the facility.

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