A Style of Her Own
Her Voice Women's Magazine
VERMILLION, SD — When Amy Williams steps onto the hardwood floor in the DakotaDome on game night, she does it in slightly different fashion than the head coach before her – literally.
In a pair of black high heels, Williams paces, crouches, and sometimes even jumps along the sidelines of every Coyote women’s basketball game, in her first season as the University of South Dakota’s first female head basketball coach since the 90s.
The Running Club
The Urbino Project, ieiMedia
BARCHI, Italy — In this small hilltop village, hundreds of runners and spectators from all over the Marche region flock into the cobblestone streets and gather in anticipation. At nightfall, a booming voice echoes between the tight city walls and calls runners to the starting line. One of the runners, Father Claudio Pantaleo, sporting a blue and yellow jersey, says a silent prayer and awaits the countdown. Tre, due, uno… Via buon divertimento!
Pierre Edges Bucks as Summit Goes Green
Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan
YANKTON, SD — It was an unusual sight in the Summit Center on Saturday night as both Yankton and Pierre fan sections donned matching team colors. While both sections cheered for different schools, almost the entire gymnasium wore green, uniting under one cause — “Conrad’s Clan.”
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