Miles City, MT - The Buccaneers baseball team continued their seven game winning streak play on Tuesday, March 29, with a win over rival Miles Community College (MT) The Buccaneers are now 7-6 on the year.
Sophomore Tanner Newman (Bozeman, MT) pitched 7 innings and allowed five hits, two runs- two earned- while striking out four and improving to 1-1 on the year.
Sophomore Bobby King (Brigham City, UT) Pitched 2 innings in relief and allowed one hit, one run. While collecting his first save of the year.
The Dawson Community College baseball team won the final four games of its recent 10-game road trip. The spring trip began in Idaho on the 14th with a pair of games against the College of Southern Idaho. From there, the Bucs moved down to Utah for games against four different schools from Utah.
Register today for the 2nd Annual Bucs and Bunnies Adult Coed Easter Basketball Tourney.
Please take a couple of minutes to send an email out to the state legislators listed below. If the budget cuts continue on as planned it will mean fewer programs along with higher costs for your education. So let's rally for our college!
Please contact the following senators by calling 444.4800 or e-mail them
at the addresses below by Friday, March 25 at 8:00 p.m.
Participants will be working with artist and teacher Walter Piehl creating artwork using still life with a western motif exploring a variety of techniques that will emphasize his expressionistic approach to painting. Participants will be encouraged to experiment with mixed media to discover the creative potential of the expressionistic style.
Dawson Community College will host the 12th Annual Shaping the Future Conference for educators April 15 and 16. "This year's Shaping the Future Conference covers new uses and better safety for computer and cell phone users" said Brenda Stockert, Director of the Early Childhood Education Program at DCC. "Friday we will also have a special session for Head Start and another for early childhood professionals all day Saturday."
As they have for decades, the Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers now approaching traditional retirement age want to define life after 50 on their own terms. They want to stay active and involved and many want to continue to work. The Plus 50 program is designed to do exactly that. It can bring new meaning to your retirement and it might even change your life.
Dawson Community College Buccaneers baseball coach Brent Diegel is pleased to announce that Ethan Jones has signed a national letter of intent for the upcoming 2011-2012 season. From Brigham City, Utah Jones stands 5-11 and weighs in at 180 pounds. This season, Jones played catcher for the Box Elder High School, Bees. The right hander batted .370, posted 25 RBI's, had 11 home runs in summer ball, and was a member of the 1st Team All-Region. According to Coach Diegel, “Ethan comes from a strong baseball program.
Dawson Community College is pleased to have the artwork of one of its favorite artists, Michael Meissner, on exhibit for the third time. Please come by the Ullman Center to enjoy his latest imaginative surreal images during regular building hours, Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Michael has family roots in eastern Montana that reach back five generations. He was raised in both eastern and western Montana. He currently makes his home in Glendive, Montana, along the Yellowstone river and adjacent to the spectacular and rugged Montana badlands of Makoshika State Park.
The 2010-2011 Mon-Dak All-Conference basketball teams have been announced with several Dawson Community College men and women making the team. For the women, Emily O'Callaghan was selected to the first team, and Casey Grace was selected as a second team all-conference player. On the men's team, Andy Hopson was voted as second team all-conference with Mario Bury earning an honorable mention spot. Congratulations to all Buccaneer players on a great regular season as they head into Region IX tournament play.