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Three Valley City State University volleyball players have been named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes, announced Friday by the NAIA national office.Â
Barbara Ector, Kaitlyn Heuring and Stephanie Miller all received the award, which recognizes student-athletes who excel in the classroom.Â
More in Monday's Times-Record.
Valley City State University volleyball coach Adam Longmore announced today that Autumn Johnson from Hazen, N.D., has signed a letter of intent to attend VCSU and play volleyball for the Vikings this fall.Â More in Monday's Times-Record.
Valley City State University took control late in the first half as the Viking women's basketball team rolled to an 85-33 victory over Trinity Bible College on Tuesday night at the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse.
Valley City State improves to 4-4 overall with the big win in the first of three straight home games. The Vikings never trailed in the game, but the Lady Lions kept the it close for the first 17 minutes.Â
The Valley City State University men's basketball team opened a five-game home stand Friday night, and it was good to be home.
Riley West scored 15 points as the Vikings knocked off Trinity Bible College 74-59, improving to 4-6 overall this season and 4-1 at the friendly confines of the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse.
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Bull riders from the area and nationwide competed in Valley City at the Duel in the Dirt bull riding finals at the North Dakota Winter Show this weekend. The event featured riders from various summer bull riding events.
Justin Stringer, of 5 Star Bucking Bulls, which organized the event, said the finals featured riders from the Sanborn, Steele, Litchville, Sibley and Williston bullaramas as well as some invited stars.
Duel in the Dirt Finals Event Standings:
1. Zac Peterson, Velva, N.D. - 166 pts
2. Amos Yoder, Alden, Iowa - 156.5 pts
Three first-half turnovers put the Viking football team in a hole it couldn't dig out of Saturday during the first round of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
The Vikings trailed top-ranked Carroll College 35-0 at halftime en route to a 49-0 season-ending loss as a great season did not end the Vikings' way.
The Valley City State University Booster Board and Alumni Board invite alumni, fans and friends of Viking Athletics to attend a watch party Saturday, Nov. 22 starting at 12:30 p.m. at the Valley City Country Club.
Fans will be able to watch the Viking football playoff game which kicks off at 1 p.m. CST. The Booster and Alumni board willÂ provide chili.Â
Come out to cheer on the Viking football team as they take on Carroll College in the first round of the NAIA playoffs. If you can't make it to the watch party, below are several ways to follow the game live.
HELENA, MONT. (VCSU) - More than 10 months worth of preparation culminates in one game Saturday for the VCSU football team.
After setting their team goals back in January â€“ and working toward those goals through workouts, practices and games â€“ the Vikings have accomplished many of those goals, including a conference championship and an NAIA playoff appearance.