GENEVA, Ohio — Andrew Knebel became Dickinson State’s first all-America finisher at the NAIA national indoor track and field championships on Friday. The junior finished seventh in the high jump with a leap of 6 feet, 8 inches.
An NAIA spokesperson cleared up any issues regarding the NAIA football coaching wins ladder – and just about anyone with interest in Dickinson State isn't going to like what the school’s athletic governing body had to say.
MARION, Ind. — Jennifer Hartman can finally call herself an All-American.
The Dickinson State senior had a seventh-place finish in the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 1¼ inches at the NAIA outdoor track and field national championships Thursday.
Jennifer Hartman has left a unique legacy in four years at Dickinson State.
Though never a NAIA All-America selection — at least not yet — Hartman has made a name for herself as a two-sport standout, scholar-athlete, school-record holder and, probably most of all, one of the happiest people ever to grace Wienbergen Hall.
ROME, Ga. — Jimmy Coy accounted for 294 yards and two touchdowns, Mark Williams knocked down a fourth-down pass in the end zone with 2 minutes left and St. Xavier won its first NAIA title with a 24-20 victory over defending champion Carroll on Saturday.
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