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UJ to announce new football coach today

The University of Jamestown will announce its new head football coach today in Fargo. The noon press conference will be held at the college's physical therapy building located at 4190 26th Ave South. It will be streamed live on www.uj.edu. The sc...

The University of Jamestown will announce its new head football coach today in Fargo.

The noon press conference will be held at the college's physical therapy building located at 4190 26th Ave South. It will be streamed live on www.uj.edu .

The school is filling the opening after parting ways with previous head coach Shawn Frank in October. Travis Titus led the Jimmies to a 3-1 record after being named interim head coach.

The new coach is taking over a program that has not had a winning season since 2008 (7-3). The Jimmies' record the last seven seasons is 29-41.

Buck picked for award

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Jessica Buck has been named the North Star Athletic Association's women's basketball player of the week for the second straight week.

The senior All-American from Burnsville, Minn., totaled 49 points, nine rebounds, three steals and three blocks in two victories in California.

The 10th-ranked Jimmies (14-2) defeated Menlo College on Saturday and Cal State-Maritime on Sunday.

The Jimmies are off until facing No. 4-ranked Briar Cliff, Iowa on Dec. 29 and top-ranked and defending national champion Morningside on Dec. 30.

Inman signs with UJ

The University of Jamestown football team has announced the signing of James Inman from Bismarck.

Inman, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound tight end, spent last season playing football for the University of Mary after an all-state career at Shiloh Christian.

He plans to double-major in business and finance.

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