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The Blue Hawks are firing on all cylinders as they gear up for conference play following a 48-14 victory at home.
Blue Hawks get much needed early season win on the road against Valley City.
DICKINSON — In an unwanted homage to last season, Dickinson State has fallen out of the NAIA top 25 polls after game two in consecutive years. Despite the back-to-back season opening woes, DSU head coach Pete Stanton understands that the Blue Hawks are far from out of contention.
The Blue Hawks have 13 new arrivals to their program as they head into the fall season.
"We understand past success will have nothing to do with how we prepare or perform this year, but our players are looking forward to the challenge of the 2022 season,” said Pete Stanton, DSU football head coach.
"Both players are local and will add some talent and depth to our roster," head coach Eric Nelson said.

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Its only the second year the Blue Hawks are taking part in competitive cheer, but they're already making waves on the national stage.
Dickinson State women's basketball program currently sits in third in the North Star Athletic Association with heavy contributions from senior Courtney Olson.
Dickinson State represented two of the six NSAA players named the AFCA NAIA All-American team.

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