The Coyotes kept the NAIA opponents off the board until just over four minutes into the game when Mayville State’s Gorg Alhag scored two free throws. The team’s first basket during the run of play happened after more than five minutes of play. The Coyotes kept the lead throughout the first half and stretched the gap to 13. The Comets came back within three, but two three-pointers from Tyler Hegedorn and one from Matt Mooney gave USD a 42-31 lead at halftime.
Renovations have begun at 2 E. Main St. that will allow the Charlie’s retail store to move back in at that address. The downtown building, formerly the home of LumoStudios and Aaron Packard Photography, will also house a collaborative co-working space and a visitor center with the VCDC offices occupying the second floor all under one roof. Renovations will potentially conclude in May of 2018. The newest idea the renovations will bring to Vermillion is the collaborative incubator space.
“The defense knew we were going to have to play hard,” said USD head coach Leanne Williamson. “The defense knew we were going to have to do some incredible things and they did. They did their job.”The Coyotes ran away with the first set 25-15. The teams then traded wins 20-25, 25-19, 20-15 to force a fifth set where Denver came out on top 15-11. “I was extremely proud of the way we played. I think we gave ourselves chances,” Williamson said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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Use NOT or - to subtract results from your search. For
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