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The U.J. men's basketball team picks up a win.
Jimmy wrestling falls to St. Cloud State.
The North Dakota state volleyball tournament from Minot will be broadcast live on the internet. Every match from the tournament will be available at www.nfhsnetwork.com . Cost is $9.95 per match or $14.95 for the weekend. Veteran Minnesota State University-Moorhead radio play-by-play announcer Steve d'Eustachio will have the call.
UJ linebacker Jarelle Miller takes top defensive award from the North Star Athletic Association.
Julina Niemeier and Erin Hillerud of Jamestown High School and Taylor Newton and Naomi Walther of the University of Jamestown have been named athletes of the week by the Jamestown Optimist Club. Niemeier, a senior on the JHS volleyball team, had 83 digs, eight aces and two kills at the West Region tournament in Dickinson where the Blue Jays lost to Bismarck Century 3-2 in the championship match. Hillerud, a junior, placed second in diving at the state meet in Mandan. Newton, a senior from Tyler, Minn., totaled 28 points, 15 rebounds, six assists and one ste
As coaches go, Jon Hegerle is a pretty descriptive guy. So not surprisingly, the adjectives -- and superlatives -- were flowing when asked about his senior class. Kaitlyn Bollingberg, Janna Johnson, Amanda Kramer and Naomi Walther have all been stellar performers through their careers for the University of Jamestown volleyball team. But their value to the program goes beyond the numbers. "They're an awesome group of young ladies," Hegerle said. "They set such a positive tone with their leadership, their influence, not in a power-trip kind of way, but with the way they treat people.
There was no match for the Jimmie volleyball team on Monday, but it was still a busy day of sorts. Ranked 18th in the final regular season poll, the University...
Blue Jay athletes win conference awards.
Jimmie volleyball will host in first round of NAIA tournament.
There's too much to play for to worry about the weather. That's the general sentiment of the two head coaches heading into the season finale for the University of Jamestown and Dickinson State. The winner of today's 1 p.m.