Dawson Community College Athletic Director Joyce Ayre is excited to announce the college’s hiring of Butte’s Jim LeProwse as the new fast pitch softball coach. LeProwse brings with him more than 15 years of coaching experience in softball, baseball, football and track. Most notably, he has spent the last three years developing, building and coaching the Montana Tech fast pitch program, a club team that has successfully competed against club and intercollegiate teams across the region. “Along with his enthusiasm and love for the game, Jim’s fam
The Division I All-Region Softball Team was recently announced, and Jenna Will of Dawson Community College was voted onto the second team. Congratulations to Jenna on a great year and congratulations to the women's team on another successful season.
The All-Conference softball team for the Mon-Dak was recently announced with three players from DCC making the team. They were Jenni Pehler, Jenna Will, and Allison Roper. Congratulations DCC Softball on a great season.
The Mon-Dak Athletic Conference has announced its fall 2009-10 academic award selections. Twenty-nine student athletes from Dawson Community College earned academic recognition. Of special note, DCC had more students honored than any other college in the 8 member Mon-Dak Conference. The conference includes Bismarck State College, North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, United Tribes Technical College, Lake Region State College, Miles City Community College, Williston State College and Dakota College at Bottineau.
Deadline May 7th, 2010
Dawson Community College is once again adding honor and memorial names to the hardwood floor of the Toepke Center Gymnasium. Names will be printed in 1 inch letters around the main court for a $200 per name donation. Honoring a friend or relative in this way is a unique tribute and a lasting legacy that lends support to all Buccaneer athletic programs.
Dawson Community College’s Kolberg Field will host the first annual One-Pitch Slugfest. DCC’s women’s basketball and softball players are joining forces to organize a one-pitch co-ed softball tournament October 10-11, 2009. The tournament registration fee is $200 and rosters and fees are due Wednesday, October 7, 2009.
Teams will be guaranteed four games and games will be limited to 45 minutes. In a one pitch tournament each batter will come to the plate with a full count. There will be prizes for top teams and all proceeds benefit DCC athletics.
Janelle Higgins has been hired by Dawson Community College as the new women’s softball coach. Coach Higgins comes from Southwestern Community College in Creston, Iowa where she was the assistant basketball coach for two years and helped with softball for one year. Her other coaching credits include head softball coach at Northeast Nodaway High School in Ravenwood, Missouri where the team set a school record for wins and advanced to the district final game for the first time in 10 years.
The Buccaneer softball team picked up a win over Trinidad State Junior College on Monday at Baker Field by the final of 2 to 1. This was the lone win for Dawson Community College in a four-game series with TSJC. On Sunday Trinidad came away with three wins over Dawson.
In Monday’s contest Trinidad picked up their lone run in the bottom of the first inning.
With one out Karissa Fenstermacher singled to start the rally. Rikki Fedler followed with a single to drive in Fenstermacher.
Ray Glueckert, Head Coach of the Dawson Community College softball team, is proud to announce that sophomore Samantha Ewalt has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Dickinson State University Blue Hawks next year. DSU competes in the DAC-10 Conference of the NAIA.