The softball game played in Columbus, NE, Monday May 6, resulted in a win and a first-time REGION IX CHAMPIONSHIP for the Dawson Community College Lady Buccaneers.
Athletic Director, Joyce Ayre, announced an enthusiastic "Congratulations!" today to the Lady Buc student-athletes, coach Jim LeProwse and assistant coach Kim Crone.
The Buccaneers went 3-0 in the tournament and defeated Central Columbus Community College 4-3 in the championship game.
Coach Tracey Clingingsmith is pleased to annound that Ashtyn Aumueller of Columbus, MT and Kaylyn Delaney of Grass Range, MT have signed letters of intent to play for the Dawson Community College Lady Buccaneers next season.
Zach Johnson had a strong rodeo, qualifying for the short-go in both the steer wrestling and the tie down roping. Johnson won the short-go in the steer wrestling with a time of 5.4 seconds, placing him second in the average. Johnson finished the tie down roping in 37.1 seconds on two head, good enough for sixth in the average.
Sierra Trusnovec and Candace Chevallier's team roping run of 13.2 seconds made it back to the short-go, where the girls stopped the clock at 16.5 seconds. Trusnovec and Chevallier finished sixth in both the short-go and the average.
Rodeo Update: Get a sneak peek at the Buccaneer Rodeo Program HERE.
Catch the action this weekend in the Arena! Come out and support Coach Kortney Diegel and her Buccaneer team as they ride for us!
The Athletic Department at Dawson Community College has just confirmed DCC will host the NORTH PLAINS DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP (May 18-19, 2013) at Kolberg Field in Glendive Montana.
The NJCAA Regional winners from Region 9, Region 13, and Region 11 will have match up to see who will advance to the Division II World Series.
For more information about the Buccaneer baseball program or DCC's other intercollegiate sports contact Joyce Ayre at 406 377-9447.
Dawson Community College is excited to announce the hiring of Gerry Standridge as Buccaneer volleyball coach. "His success developing players will be a great asset to our program" said Dean of Student Services, Joyce Ayre. "He has a strong love for the sport of volleyball and a competitive nature that fits DCC's athletic program."
Quincy Gundersen from Washington State and Haley Swan from Montana have decided to continue their softball careers at Dawson Community College in Glendive Montana. Head Softball Coach Jim LeProwse is pleased to announce the new Lady Bucs. They will join the DCC Buccaneer program for the 2013-2014 season.
Quincy Gundersen attends Burlington Edison High School in Bow, Washington. She is a right-handed outfielder for the Tigers who achieved 1st Team All Skagit County, 1st Team Northwest Conference.
The “Reopening of Kolberg Field” ceremony was held on Saturday, April 6th, 2013. The Dawson Community College Baseball team defeated Dakota College of Bottineau three out of four games this weekend. Scores were as follows: Dakota College 6/DCC 4, DCC 10/Dakota 4, DCC 15/Dakota 6, and DCC 11/ Dakota 9.
In Rodeo news...Levi Lloyd won the steer wrestling competition in Bozeman this past weekend.
~~~~~~~~Picture of Lloyd from earlier in the season thanks to Lady Buc, Candace Chevallier
Saturday, April 6th Dawson Community College will be hosting Dakota College-Bottineau here on campus for a double header. The Buccaneers would like to invite you out to the ballgame and celebrate the "Reopening of Kolberg Field."
The Bucs haven't been able to play on the field for two years, but the field is now ready for action.
In celebration, we will have Gordon Kolberg throw out the first pitch for Saturday's game and recognize several individuals who have made it all possible.