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.
Dawson Community College Celebration of Research and Creativity
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.
Dawson Community College will be hosting the 5th Annual Bucs & Bunnies Coed Easter Basketball Tournament.
Friday & Saturday, April 18-19, 2014 at the Toepke Center Gym in Glendive, MT.
TOURNAMENT BRACKET - TBA
Team Rosters and Registration Due Friday, April 11, 2014.
Registration is $200/team. Prizes for top three teams. 3 Game Guarantee.
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Rules, registration forms and information about last years teams can be found below.
Dawson Community College softball coach Jim LeProwse announced two new members to the Buccaneer program, Jackie Thomas from Billings, Montana and Sarah Trammell from Goodyear, Arizona.
Jackie Thomas is a right-handed short stop who stands 5' 6". Her accomplishments include Montana Class AA first team all - conference and first team All-State player for the Billings Senior High School, Broncs.
Pastor Pete Bruno facilitated the creation-evolution debate on Feb. 24 at Dawson Community College. Over 190 people arrived to watch the hour and a half debate. There was so much interest in the event spectators were moved from the Ullman Center lecture hall to the Toepke Center Auditorium. Bruno said he was pleased with the turn out.
Mr. Darrin Clinton from the Creation Museum and Dr. Michael Booker, DCC History Professor, engaged in a lively debate over the two points of view.