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Welcome to the King Center and Goodell Gymnasium, home of the Hardrockers. The facilities recently had a facelift as the women’s basketball, men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and men’s football teams all got upgrades to the locker room area. The football team is totally housed at O’Harra Stadium, while the other sports recently had their current facilities modified. The locker rooms are all state of the art to go along with an excellent gym that seats approximately 3,000 plus and there is a top of the line fitness center and an indoor pool for use as well.

Dunham Field at O'Harra Stadium -Home of the Hardrockers-

Dick Kaiser, South Dakota School of Mines Athletics Director Dick Kaiser will be entering his 38th year of working in intercollegiate sport during 2012. He earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Northern Colorado, a master's in educational administration from South Dakota State University and a doctorate of education in athletic leadership and administration from Brigham Young University. He also completed his post-doctorate in health education and administration at Oregon State University. Before arriving at South Dakota Mines, Kaiser had served as the AD for Defiance College for 10 years. In addition, he has served as AD at Olivet College, Western Oregon University and Willamette University. Kaiser has received a number of honors and awards as an Athletic Director from several athletics organizations such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as well as many regional and state athletic associations. During his first three years on the job at SD Mines, Kaiser has been responsible for guiding the Hardrockers through the various stages of the transition process toward becoming a full NCAA Div. II member (projected September, 2013), working with fundraising efforts and seeking a permanent conference affiliation. SD Mines has 13 athletic programs within the department; these include the women competing in volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor/outdoor track and golf while the men will be competing in football, cross country, basketball, indoor/outdoor track, golf and the newest addition --- soccer. Men’s soccer was the first men’s intercollegiate sport added to SD Mines in over 45 years. Kaiser has two grown children, Cassie and Ryan and four grandchildren; Jack (age 6); twins Caden and Carson (ages 3); and Lucy (age 2).

Scott Baird, South Dakota Mines Head Athletic Trainer Scott Baird is a 1997 graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University and is in his sixth year as head athletic trainer at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Before joining the School of Mines Athletic Department, he was an athletic trainer for the University of Wyoming where he covered both men's rugby and lacrosse. He brings much knowledge and experience to the School of Mines Sports Medicine Team. Scott has been married to Becky, a Physical Therapist in Rapid City, for 16 years and has twin girls -- Braedyn and Blakely (ages 2).

Derrick Lecy, South Dakota Mines Assistant Trainer Derrick is starting his second year as an assistant athletic trainer for the South Dakota School of Mines. He is a 2010 graduate of South Dakota State where he earned a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. While at SDSU, Derrick spent his senior year as a student trainer for the football team and helped out in all sports as a junior. Before becoming a Hardrocker, Derrick was the head trainer for Douglas High School in Box Elder. Derrick’s parents have a chiropractic firm in Rapid City and he also works there when not helping Hardrocker student-athletes. Derrick and girlfriend Amanda have a baby boy --- Finn (age 1).

Jen Ranum, Assistant AD, Compliance Officer, Assistant Trainer Jennifer Ranum is starting her third year as the NCAA Div. II Compliance Officer at the School of Mines making sure that the Hardrockers are kept up to speed on all NCAA rules and regulations and helping student-athletes with eligibility and other questions. She will also be starting her sixth year as an assistant athletic trainer for the Hardrockers. She graduated in May of 2007 from National American University with degrees in Athletic Training and Applied Management. Jen became certified in September of 2007. She is a member of both the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and the Mid America Athletic Trainer’s Association since 2004. She has spent three years at the School of Mines doing outreach as a student athletic trainer and upon graduation was hired and is now in her fourth year as assistant athletic trainer. Also this summer she was promoted assistant Athletics Director and will help the Hardrocker with game day management along with other administrative duties

Anita Brenneman SD Mines Program Assistant Anita Brenneman has been with SD School of Mines and Technology since 2006, and has been in the Athletic Department since 2012. Her duties include game day and team travel administration, as well as department purchasing, and managing the day to day needs of the front office. Anita is a native of Sturgis, SD, and moved back to the Black Hills area 6 years ago with her husband David, and boys Ethan and Logan.

Rick Lutes, South Dakota Mines Athletic Equipment Manager Rick Lutes embarks on his s year as the South Dakota School of Mines equipment manager. Among a multitude of duties for the Hardrockers, Rick works alongside coaches to coordinate each program’s equipment needs for practices, games, meets or matches. His duties range from laundry of uniforms to inflating the game balls. Rick has been a multi-sports official for 30-plus years on the high school and college level having held a Masters Level rating with USA Track and Field. Rick has also enjoyed in the past officiating adapted athletics for high schools in Minnesota and the Courage Center of Golden Valley, Minn. Rick has held athletic and event management related positions in Minnesota and Texas. Before the move to Rapid City Rick was the Director of Track and Field at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. Rick and his family moved to Rapid City when his wife, Kathy, a pastor, accepted a call to a local Rapid City church. The Lutes’ are parents of two adult sons.

Tiffany McCampbell, SD Mines Assistant AD, SAAC Advisor, Senior Woman Administrator, Head Volleyball Coach Along with being the South Dakota Mines women’s volleyball coach, Tiffany is also the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) advisor, the Senior Woman Administrator and most recently beenh promoted to Hardrocker Assistant Athletics Director. As SAAC advisor, Tiffany presides over meeting and helps organize community service events. As the SWA, Tiffany’s role is to encourage and promote the involvement of women in decision-making, enhance the representation women's experiences and perspectives and support women’s interests in intercollegiate athletics. With her new duties as assistant AD Tiffany will have an active role in game-day management and have other administrative duties.

HARDROCKER Track & Field 2012-13 PRESEASON FACTS & MEDIA INFO

General Information

Name of School: South Dakota School of Mines Address: 501 East St. Joseph Street City/Zip: Rapid City, SD, 57701 Enrollment: 2,400 Nickname: Hardrockers School Colors: Vegas Gold and Navy Blue Gymnasium: Goodell Gymnasium Affiliation: NCAA Div. II Conference: Independent President: Dr. Duane Hrncir Alma Mater: University of Alabama / University of Masssachusetts Athletic Director: Dr. Dick Kaiser Alma Mater: University of Northern Colorado/ South Dakota State University Athletic Department Phone: 605-394-2351 Athletic Department Fax: 605-394-6950

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Director: Brad Blume Alma Mater: B.S. South Dakota State SID Office Phone: 605-394-2355 SID E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu Athletics website: www.gorockers.com

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jerry Schafer Alma Mater: Adams State College (Colo.) Track Office Phone: 605-394-2603 Email: jerald.schafer@sdsmt.edu Assistants: Steve Johnson; Kent Jacobs, Jim Stephens

Media Information Newspapers

Rapid City Journal P.O. Box 450 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-8430 E-mail: sports@rapidcityjournal.com Fax: 605-394-8463

Radio

KOTA Radio (Steve Ammerman) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 steve_ammerman@msn.com

Television

KEVN TV (Jamie Zepp) P.O. Box 677 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-7777 Fax: 605-394-3652 E-mail: sports@kevn.com KNBN TV (J. Wickersham) P.O. Box 9549 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-355-0024 sports@newscenter1.com KOTA TV (Vik Quick) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 FAX: 605-721-5730 E-mail: kotasports@kotasports.com

South Dakota School of Mines Track and Field

Jerald Schafer - Head Coach Coach Schafer begins his 27th year at the helm of the Hardrocker cross country and track & field programs after serving eight years as an assistant coach at the high school and collegiate levels. An Adams State College (CO) graduate, coach Schafer brings the knowledge, experience and tradition for excellence from that nationally known program to the SDSM&T campus. The belief that hard work and dedication can overcome any challenge is what motivates the athletes on the Hardrocker cross country and track & field teams to strive for excellence in everything they do, and the Black Hills and SDSM&T provide the perfect environment for student-athletes to develop to their fullest potential.

South Dakota School of Mines Track and Field

Steve Johnson - Distance, Jumps, Javelin Johnson brings a wealth of experience to the Hardrocker Track program. He most recently was an assistant coach at the University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D. He's also had stints in Lakewood, Wash., at Pierce College; in Tacoma, Wash., at University of Puget Sound; in University Place Wash., at Speed Tech; and in Pullman, Wash., at the Comets Track Club. "Steve has an expertise in distance running," Schafer said. "But he will also be working with our jumpers and javelin throwers. He has a lot of versatility in those events and it will be an as set for him to help coach. That was one of the driving forces in hiring him over other candidates." Being a full-time assistant, Johnson will also have an instrumental role in the recruiting of both cross country and track athletes. Recruiting was one of Johnson's main duties at the University of Mary and should benefit the Hardrocker program by having him take a strong stance for SD Mines. "Bigger is the goal. We want to boost the programs --especially on the women's side," Johnson said. "Recruiting will help us to regain some of that competitiveness (in the conference) on both sides in track and field and cross country." Johnson comes to Rapid City with his wife Simonne and sons Josh and Zach

South Dakota School of Mines Track and Field Kent Jacobs - Sprints Kent returns to the Hardrocker track & field program where he had a successful collegiate career. Kent is a former 400m School record holder (:48.89) which still ranks as third best all-time for the Hardrockers. He still holds the 4x100m relay record (42.33) with teammates Dain Patterson, Justin Wipf, and Matt Zolnowsky. Kent has assisted with the sprinters since his return to Rapid City in 2008, after many years working as a Mechanical Engineer in Cedar Rapids, IA. He is currently employed by Strider Bicycles of Rapid City.

Jim Stephens – Throws This is Jim’s second year as the throws coach for the SD Mines men’s and women’s track and field teams and a difference can already be seen. Working everyday with the Hardrocker student-athletes, he has been able to teach and observe the proper techniques and has already made a difference as a majority of the throwers continually improve their personal-best marks throughout the season.

Lady Hardrocker Track and Field 2013 Roster Name

Year Event

Hometown

Major

Emilee Basta

Jr.

Throws

Glendive, MT

Mechanical Engineering

McKenzie Butcher

So.

Throws

Silesia, MT

Civil/Environmental Engineering

Raina Campbell

Fr.

Distance

Valentine, NE

Mechanical Engineering

Cori Christensen

So.

Throws

Guernsey, WY

Geology

Danyka Deno

Jr.

Distance

Soda Springs, ID

Mining Engineering

Haley Dunn

Jr.

Throws

Meridian, ID

Chemical Engineering

Alexis Godeke

Sr.

Distance

Antwerp, OH

Geology

Anna Haneline

Jr.

Sprints

Plattesmouth, NE

Geology

Kelsey Holbrook

Jr.

Distance

Madison, SD

Civil/Environmental Engineering

Kaelyn Kenner

So.

Distance

Rapid City, SD

Chemistry

Lindsay Kirby

So.

Distance

Broomfield, CO

Chemistry

Kayla Morisette

Fr.

Distance

Oakdale, MN

Chemistry

Jordan Needens

So.

Hurdles

Eaton, CO

Interdisciplinary Sciences

Kayla Shaunaman

Fr.

Throws

Aberdeen, SD

Interdisciplinary Sciences

Lillian Temple

Jr.

Jumps/Sprints

Glendive, MT

Civil/Environmental Engineering

Brittanee Wood

So.

Distance

Havre, MT

Chemistry

By Luke Schweitzer, Assistant Sports Information Director South Dakota School of Mines RAPID CITY – The South Dakota School of Mines will officially begin the 2013 indoor track season Saturday at the Black Hills State Invitational held at the Young Center in Spearfish. The Hardrockers enter the season with increased numbers as this year’s teams will roster 32 men and 18 women. Hardrocker head coach Jerry Schafer enters his 30th year of service to South Dakota School of Mines Athletic Dept. Schafer started his stint at SD Mines as an assistant coach but took the reins and soon developed a successful track and field legacy. Schafer has worked very diligently to produce 72 national competitors, 21 national placers and 17 All-American honors since 1986. Schafer has surrounded himself with a loyal coaching staff he trusts to grow and develop each studentathlete’s strengths in various events and it is a priority of the Hardrocker coaching staff to monitor the academic progress of SD Mines’ student-athletes. “Athletics and academics at SD Mines epitomize what college athletics was meant to be,” Schafer said. “We combine the best of both worlds to better prepare student-athletes for the future.” This season will mark the last year of transition from NAIA to NCAA Div. II athletics for the Hardrockers and the last year the team will not be able to qualify for Nationals. “We are always monitoring our progress based on the national level, however, this season is going to be especially important to see how close we compare at the (Div. II) national level as we finalize our transition,” Schafer said. The Hardrockers have a solid group of upperclassmen returning on both the men’s and women’s teams and look to be competitive with a schedule that has them going up against some solid and established college track programs. Alexis Godeke (a Geology and Paleontology major from Antwerp, Ohio), returning to compete in the distance events, will represent the women’s side as the only senior. Other standouts for Lady Hardrockers’ include: Anna Haneline (a junior Geology major from Plattesmouth, Neb.) and Lillian Temple (a junior engineering major from Glendive, Mont.). They are individuals to keep an eye on and two individuals the Hardrocker coaching staff feel have real potential. At the BHSU Early Bird Invite this past December, Haneline ran the 400-meter in 59.60 seconds, which is less than one second shy of a qualifying national time. Temple is also a potential qualifier in the high jump, triple jump and multi-events. At the Early Bird Invite, Temple set a new school record in the women’s indoor pentathlon. She tallied a total of 3,042 points to establish the new mark. “Our strengths on the women’s side are our solid core of individuals in sprints, throw events and in the distance events,” Schafer said.

As for the men, Thomas Everett (a Civil/ Environmental Engineering major from Missoula, Mont.) will return to run in the distance events, while also representing the team as the lone senior. Athletes on the men’s side to watch for this season are: Brian Freed (a junior Civil Engineering major from Staunton, Va.), Sam Hill (a sophomore Chemical Engineering major from Yankton, S.D.) and Tyler Nack (a junior engineering major from Sioux Falls, S.D.). Freed will compete in the throws events including the weight throw and shot put. At the BHSU meet in December Freed posted distances of 54-feet-11.5-inches in the weight throw and 46-8.25 in the shot. Hill, who represent the Hardrockers in the pole vault and will be competing unattached this year, cleared 14-5.25 and placed high in the event at the Early Bird Meet. Nack, a strong presence in the distance events, will compete in the mile and 3K events. Nack ran a 4:34.44 mile at the BHSU Early Bird Invite, while also posting a solid 3k time of 9:16.87. “We are looking for big things from these three athletes. I expect them to lead their respective event groups,” Schafer said. “Our strength on the men’s side is our depth in the distance events, individuals in each of the field events and our group of young sprinters.” Both the Hardrocker men and women have good numbers this season with the addition of new talent to the program. The men have added depth with 14 freshmen while the women have strengthened their squad adding four freshmen. “I am excited to see who will emerge as our next top Hardrocker athlete,” Schafer added. “We have a lot of new young talent to complement our solid group of returning athletes. “My goals for this season are to prepare and develop our athletes towards the national level. As a coaching staff we will gauge our training through the season to see how to improve. We will keep pushing and prodding towards being competitive on the National level.” The indoor schedule has SD Mines featured four meets in a semi-local setting (three at BHSU and one at Chadron State) and two others taking them to Iowa (Dordt Invitational and Iowa State Last Chance Meet). The Hardrockers were able to break a number of long standing records last season and the coaching staff has the 2013 version primed for another run at the record board. “We will achieve our goal by following our training curriculum of periodization for each event group,” Schafer added. “Our staff has attended professional development conventions to see if we are on par with the most up-to-date training methods and we have learned that our system for athlete development compares to the methods being taught.” Schafer is anxious for the season to get underway as he prepares his athletes to compete at the Div. II level.

Name: Emilee Basta Year: Junior Event: Throws Hometown: Glendive, MT Major: Mechanical Engineering

Name: McKenzie Butcher Year: Sophomore Event: Throws Hometown: Silesia, MT Major: Civil / Environmental Engineering

Name: Raina Campbell Year: Freshman Event: Distance Hometown: Valentine, NE Major: Mechanical Engineering

Name: Cori Christensen Year: Sophomore Event: Throws Hometown: Guensey, WY Major: Geology

Name: Danyka Deno Year: Junior Event: Distance Hometown: Soda Springs, ID Major: Mining Engineering

Name: Haley Dunn Year: Junior Event: Throws Hometown: Meridian, ID Major: Chemical Engineering

Name: Alexis Godeke Year: Senior Event: Distance Hometown: Antwerp, OH Major: Geology

Name: Anna Haneline Year: Junior Event: Sprints Hometown: Plattesmouth, NE Major: Geology

Name: Kelsey Holbrook Year: Junior Event: Distance Hometown: Madison, SD Major: Civil / Environmental Engineering

Name: Kaelyn Kenner Year: Sophomore Event: Distance Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Chemistry

Name: Lindsay Kirby Year: Sophomore Event: Distance Hometown: Broomfield, CO Major: Chemistry

Name: Kayla Morisette Year: Freshman Event: Distance Hometown: Oakdale, MN Major: Chemistry

Name: Jordan Needens Year: Sophomore Events: Hurdles Hometown: Eaton, CO Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Name: Kayla Shaunaman Year: Freshman Event: Throws Hometown: Aberdeen, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Name: Lillian Temple Year: Junior Event: Jumps / Sprints Hometown: Glendive, MT Major: Civil / Environmental Engineering

Name: Brittanee Wood Year: Sophomore Event: Distance Hometown: Havre, MT Major: Chemistry

SD MINES RECORDS Outdoor Track & field MEN Duane Haugen

10.20

Tim Frank

1980

EVENT

WOMEN

100m

Shannon Hellman

12.34

2006

21.36

1985

200m

Shannon Hellman

25.46

Jake Donnelly

:47.36

2007

400m

Katelyn Kieffer

:59.74

2010

Scott Pekarek

1:54.16

1984

800m

Sondra Landrigan

2:24.44

1995

1500m

Sondra Landrigan

4:59.84

1995

3000m

Jill Dale

11:13.84

1990

Mark Huber

3:55.24

1979

2006

Mark Huber

14:24.80

1981

5000m

Jill Dale

19:11.40

1989

Mark Huber

31:51.84

1981

10,000m

Brittanee Wood

42:10.07

2012

David Roberts

14.12

1990

100/110m HH

Shannon Hellman

:13.62

2006

David Roberts

53.26

1990

400m IH

Shannon Hellman

1:03.97

2007

Steeplechase

Brittney Hovdenes 12:52.71

2008

John Redmond

9:20.54

Mark Morris

1998

2:29:01.00

1995

Marathon

Brittney Hovdenes 3:20:17.60 2011

23’ 5.25”

1992

Long Jump

Deb Cunningham

Corry MacFarlane 47’ 2”

1991

Triple Jump

Lillian Temple

Jamicah Harris

2004

High Jump

Madi Lane

2008

Pole Vault

Laurette Beal

9’ 2 ¼”

2010

Jeremy Holter

6’ 9.5”

Chandler Caldwell 16’ 0”

18’ 0”

1987

36’ 10.5” 2011 5’ 8.75” 2012

Brian Goetsch

57’ 10.5”

1997

Shot Put

Michelle Ott

40’ 9”

2002

Nick Bitz

169’ 5”

2000

Discus

Sarah Farber

141’ 5”

2001

215’ 9” (old) 1982 175’ 10” (new) 1989 190’ 7” 2012

Javelin

B. J. Simpson

Hammer

Haley Dunn

Heptathlon/ Decathlon 4x100m

Lillian Temple

Gary Lackey Dean Schauer Everett Brill Brian Wenig

5523

D. Patterson, J. Wipf, K. Jacobs, M. Zolnowsky C. Anderson, Lah, Anschutz, T. Brown C. Royer, C. Reid, J. Donnelly, M. Wager Kruse, Huber, Dahl, Kaufman Guthrie, Kruse, Keller, Betcher Kaufman, Huber, Guthrie, Kruse

42.33

1980 1998

A. Neprud, Biegler

111’ 0” 140’ 10” 3856 53.24

1990 2012 2012 1989

M. Smith, M. Moseley

1:30.00

1981

4 x 200m

3:16.40

2007

4x400m

7:52.7

1978

4 x 800m

3:32.00

1977

Sprint Medley

10:17.80

1978

Distance Medley

L. Temple, A. Godeke, 4:10.21 2010 K. Crisman, A. Haneline K.Crisman, A. Mc Connell, 10:53.57 2010 K. Donegan, A. Godeke

Indoor Track & field (Records from 1987 to present) EVENT

MEN

WOMEN

Tyler Flattum

8.25

2008

60m HH

Shannon Hellman

8.63

2007

Jason Simmons

6.99

2009

60m Dash

Shannon Hellman

7.36

2007

Jake Donnelly

21.91

2007

200m

Shannon Hellman

25.83

2007

Josh VanLaecken

50.89

2005

400m

Shannon Hellman

:59.22

2007

Sterling Zehnder

1:23.53

2011

600m

Alexis Godeke

1:42.55

2012

Shane Hague

1:57.60

2007

800m

Alexis Godeke

2:26.65

2011

Andrew Svitak

2:36.87

1988

1000m

Alexis Godeke

3:19.21

2013

Lucas Fried

4:20.53

2011

Mile

Jill Dale

5:26.24

1990

8:56.54

2001

3000m

Jill Dale

11:04.08

1990

John Redmond

15:00.11

1998

5000m

Brittney Hovdenes 19:52.38

2009

Jamie Dale

6.91 (22’ 8”)

2010

Long Jump

Katelyn Kieffer

13.88 (45’ 6 ½”) 1991

Triple Jump

Lillian Temple

Jamicah Harris

2.07 (6’ 9 ½”)

2004

High Jump

Madisen Lane

1.73 (5’ 8”)

Chandler Caldwell

4.95 (16’ 3”)

2008

Pole Vault

Laurette Beal

2.85 (9’ 4 ¼”) 2010

Shot Put

Michelle Ott

41’ 0”

2002

Haley Dunn

13.51 (44’ 4”)

2012

Lillian Temple

3042

2012

Pat Schwickerath

Corry Macfarlane

Brian Goetsch

17.57 (57’ 7 ¾”) 1997

Everett Brill

18.30 (60’ ½”)

2011

Weight Throw

3348

2002

Pentathlon

Jim Vahrenkamp

5.42 (17’ 9 ½”) 2011

10.84 (35’ 6 ¾”) 2013 2012

Heptathlon M. Phenicie, J. Mitzel, 1:33.58 J. Van Laecken, E. Kittles

2002

3:26.51

2004

J. Van Laecken, N. Marty,

4 x 200m

7:48.53

4 x 400m

10:49.84

S. Anderson, L. Fried

1992

L. Temple, K. Crisman,

4:26.11

2011

A. Haneline, A. Godeke

2011

4 x 800m

2009

DMR

L. Fried, S. Zehnder C. Reid, J. Simmons,

2:02.94

E. Hodges, R. McKay

L. Rikala, M. Phenicie S. Russell, B. James,

M. Johnson, B. Bickett,

B. Hovdenes, S. Diede, 10:38.09 J. Chretien, K. Crisman

2008

SD Mines All-Time Top Ten Performances (updated 5/15/12) Women 100m

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Shannon Hellman Anna Haneline Lindsay Young Robyn McKay Deb Cunningham Danielle Arp Maxine Moseley Kristin Keiry Shelly Erickson Angie Schofield

:12.34* :12.55 :12.73 :12.94* :13.14* :13.40 :13.44* :13.48 :13.53 :13.64*

2006 2012 2001 1992 1987 2002 1989 1997 2002 1986

:25.46 :25.63 :26.16 :26.21 :27.21 :27.24* :27.34 :27.64* :27.68 :27.74*

2006 2012 2001 2010 1997 1991 2002 1987 2002 1988

:59.22 (i) :59.74 :59.76 1:00.60 1:02.00 1:02.50 1:02.68 1:02.80 1:03.14* 1:03.91

2007 2010 1997 2011 2002 1996 2011 1998 1988 2011

2:24.44* 2:24.84* 2:25.49 2:25.77 2:28.64* 2:29.74 2:31.30 2:33.44* 2:36.58 2:36.68

1995 1988 2008 2012 1994 1996 2009 1986 2006 2007

200m

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Shannon Hellman Anna Haneline Lindsay Young Katelyn Kieffer Kristin Keiry Robyn McKay Danielle Arp Deb Cunningham Shelly Erickson Angie Neprud 400m 1. Shannon Hellman 2. Katelyn Kieffer 3. Kristin Keiry 4. Anna Haneline 5. Danielle Arp 6. Shanda Paulson 7. Alexis Godeke 8. Julie Sampson 9. Angie Neprud 10. Kendra Crisman 800m 1. Sondra Landrigan 2. Angie Neprud 3. Kendra Crisman 4. Alexis Godeke 5. Melissa Malchow 6. Kelsa Christopher 7. Brittney Hovdenes 8. Betsy Rall 9. Tasha Baker 10. Samantha Diede

1500m Sondra Landrigan Melissa Malchow Brittney Hovdenes Jill Dale Stacy Splittstoesser Danyka Deno Kendra Crisman Alexis Godeke Annie Oleson Samantha Diede 3000m 1. Jill Dale 2. Brittney Hovdenes 3. Stacy Splittstoesser 4. Jodi Fiedler 5. Danyka Deno 6. Barb Schaefbauer 7. Christy Burns 8. Brittanee Wood 9. Alexis Godeke 10. Jessie Chretien 5000m 1. Jill Dale 2. Brittney Hovdenes 3. Kendra Crisman 4. Sabrina Temple 5. Brittanee Wood 6. Jodi Fiedler 7. Danyka Deno 8. Paula Holmes 9. Stacy Splittstoesser 10. Kim Kerce 10000m 1. Brittanee Wood 2. Brittney Hovdenes 3. Kim Kerce Steeple 1. Brittney Hovdenes 2. Samantha Diede 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Marathon 1. Brittney Hovdenes

4:59.54 5:04.34* 5:07.25 5:08.44* 5:12.74* 5:15.30 5:17.10 5:17.39 5:20.14* 5:20.68

1995 1994 2009 1990 1996 2012 2008 2012 1985 2007

11:04.08* 11:19.68 (i) 11:29.54* 11:41.14* 11:53.78 (i) 11:59.64 12:05.24* 12:11.58 (i) 12:17.32 (i) 12:48.57 (i)

1990 2011 1996 1992 2012 1995 1994 2012 2010 2008

19:11.40 19:39.35 20:17.74 (i) 20:22.04 20:27.34 (i) 20:35.24* 21:14.81 (i) 21:51.00 22:37.87 22:42.71 (i)

1989 2011 2009 2012 2012 1992 2011 1995 1998 2008

42:10.07 42:53.80 47:10.05

2012 2011 2008

12:45.64 13:29.58

2008 2007

3:20:17.60

2011

100mHH Shannon Hellman Makayla Rowe Merida Smith Tracie Ireland Kaitlyn Mahlik Jaime Rathjen Lillian Temple Estell Hodges B.J. Simpson Anne Larson Long jump 1. Deb Cunningham 2. Katelyn Kieffer 2. Lillian Temple 4. Merida Smith 5. Anne Larson 6. Julie Sampson 7. Anna Haneline 8. Shelly Erickson 9. Tracie Ireland 10. Emily Errea High Jump 1. Madi Lane 2. Lillian Temple 3. Anne Larson 4. Heather Donaldson 5. Chellsie Smith 6. Jenny Strong Ashley Stewart 8. Aubrey Shirk Beth Bickett 10. Kaitlyn Mahlik Shot Put 1. Michelle Ott 2. Megan Dangel 3. Sarah Farber 4. Katrina Donovan 5. Samantha Price 6. Lisa Zacher 7. Liz Vandel 8. Kristen Thurber 9. Mackenzie Butcher 10. Lindsay Cummings Javelin 1. B.J. Simpson 2. Sarah Farber 3. Lisa Zacher 4. Megan Dangel 5. Jessica Nielsen 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

:13.62 :16.14 :17.04 :17.24 :17.32 :17.54* :17.69 :18.14* :18.14* :18.60

2006 2004 1989 1987 2012 1999 2012 1991 1993 2003

18’ 0” 17’ 9 ½”(i) 17’ ¼” 16’ 9 ½” 16’ 9” 16’ 8 ¼” 16’ 6 ¾” (i) 16’ 5” 16’ 3” 15’ 11 ½”

1987 2011 2010 1988 2002 1998 2011 2002 1987 1995

5’ 8 ¾” 5’ 5” 5’ 4 ½” 5’ 4” 5’ 2” 5’ 1 ¾” (i) 5’ 1 ¾” i) 5’ 0” 5’ 0” 4’ 10 ¼” (i)

2012 2012 2003 1990 2006 2007 2010 2001 1992 2012

41’ 0” 40’ 6 ½” 39’ 9 ½” 37’ 4” (i) 37’ 3 ¾” 37’ 1 ½” 37’ 0 ½” 36’ 10 ½” 36’ 3” 36’ 0 ½”

2002 2006 2004 2006 2003 1985 1991 1990 2012 1996

111’ 109’ 109’ 107’ 101’

1990 2002 1985 2006 1995

0” 9” 0” 2” 5”

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

400m IH Shannon Hellman Tracie Ireland Annie Oleson Brittney Hovdenes Lindsay Kirby Baylee Heimstra

Triple Jump 1. Lillian Temple 2. Deb Cunningham 3. Merida Smith 4. Jenny Strong 5. Cassie Keene 6. Heather Donaldson 7. Beth Bickett 8. Madisen Lane 9. Tracie Ireland 10. Jaime Rathjen Pole Vault 1. Laurette Beal

Discus 1. Sarah Farber 2. Liz Vandel 3. Stephanie Law 4. Sara Fischer 5. Katrina Donovan 6. Ashley Stewart 7. Michelle Ott 8. Megan Dangel 9. Kristen Thurber 10. Cori Christensen Hammer 1. Haley Dunn 2. McKenzie Butcher 3. Cori Christensen 4. Ashley Stewart

1:03.97 1:09.94* 1:12.44* 1:13.90 1:20.37 1:24.85

2007 1987 1985 2008 2011 2011

36’ 36’ 34’ 34’ 33’ 33’ 32’ 32’ 32’ 31’

2011 1987 1989 2007 2001 1989 1991 2010 1987 1999

10 ½” 9 ¼” 11 ½” 2 ¾” 8 ¾” 2 ½” 9” 7 ¼” (i) 3” 11”

9’ 4 ¼” (i)

2010

141’ 138’ 129’ 128’ 121’ 119’ 117’ 107’ 105’ 103’

5” 5” 5” 5” 5” 9” 9” 10” 2” 5”

2001 1993 1990 1994 2007 2008 2003 2004 1990 2012

140’ 10” 132’ 1” 126’ 9” 118’ 2”

2012 2012 2012 2009

6. Katrina Donovan 7. Brooke Weaver 8. Samantha price 9. Lillian Temple 10. Haley Dunn Heptathlon 1. Lillian Temple 2. B.J. Simpson Pentathlon 1. Anne Larson 2. Lillian Temple

100’ 7” 93’ 10” 86’ 0” 83’ 10” 81’ 9”

2008 1996 2003 2012 2012

3856 3174

2012 1993

2684 2653

2003 2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Weight Throw Mackenzie Butcher Haley Dunn Cori Christensen Ashley Stewart Katrina Donovan

* denotes hand times converted to fully automatic and or yards to meters. (i) denotes indoor performance. (Alt) denotes altitude performance.

43’ 5 ¼” 42’ 11 ¾” 38’ 11” 37’ 5” 32’ 11”

2012 2012 2012 2010 2008

O’Harra Stadium Collegiate/Post-Collegiate Records 100m - m -w

:10.46 :11.86

Jamal Forbes Kedeshia Simpson

Dickinson State Dickinson State

2010 2010

200m - m -w

:21.44 :24.56

Derrick Atkins Monique Fair

Dickinson State Chadron State

2003 2011

400m - m -w

:48.10 :58.16

Sean Pickstock Surrena Davidson

Dickinson State Black Hills State

2010 2005

800m - m -w

1:54.34 2:13.59

Tim Bishop Wesleigh Jastorff

Black Hills State University 2003 Black Hills State University 2006

1500m - m -w

3:56.74 4:45.43

Tim Bishop Erin Curran

Black Hills State University 2003 Black Hills State University 2011

Andy VanDeest Crystal Hostetter

Black Hills State University 2003 Black Hills State University 2006

3000m St – m 9:26.38 - w 11:27.74 3000m – w

10:44.0

Katie Hostetler

University of Mary

5000m - m -w

14:50.74 17:47.83

Dennis Newell Genevieve Binsfeld

Black Hills State University 2003 Minot State University 2006

10000m - m

31:58.38 39:52.80

Joe Schultz Courtney Schall

Chadron State College Minot State University

:14.13 :13.58

Tanner Miller Shannon Hellman

University of Mary 2003 Black Hills State University 2010

:53.25 1:03.29

Josh Freidt Chioko Nakasone

University of Mary Dickinson State

2003 2006

110m HH 100m HH 400m IH - m -w

2000

2008 2011

4x100m Re - m -w

:41.37 :48.4

Dickinson State University of Mary

2011 1995

4x400m Re - m -w

3:19.91 3:57.50

University of Mary University of Mary

2003 2003

4x800m Re - m -w

7:48.50 9:52.47

Minot State Jamestown college

2003 2003

Long Jump - m 25’ 0” - w 18’ 3 ¼”

Adrian Griffith

Unattached Chadron State

2005 2011

Dickinson State University Dickinson State University

2008 1994

Trevor Barry Cindy Leingang

Dickinson State University University of Mary

2005 1995

James Ready Lisa Koch

Black Hills State University 2004 Black Hills State University 2010

Julia Bayer

Triple Jump - m 50’ 10 ¼” Dominic Goodman - w 38’ 2 ¾” Melanie Lowman High Jump - m -w

7’ 0” 5’ 6”

Pole Vault - m 16’ 2” - w 12’ 3 ¼” Shot Put

- m 54’ 5” - w 45’ 1”

Ross Walker Donna LaVea

Dickinson State University Dakota State University

Discus

- m 175’ 5” - w 152’ 10”

Doug Lytle Breanna Janovy

Chadron State College 1998 Black Hills State University 2011

Javelin

- m 205’ 8” - w 141’ 10”

Darren Dolfi Kim Schulz

Chadron State College Dickinson State

Eric Flores Jessica Horsley

Black Hills State University 2008 Chadron State 2011

Hammer - m 204’ 9” - w 180’ 7”

2006 2010

1987 2010

South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field Champions SDIC/DAC-10 '51 Marvin Kiel 2 mile Ralph Walker 880 Jim Voyen PV '53 Dean Oliva PV '70 Bruce Sabacky 6 mile/3 mile '71 Steve Eggum 880y '72 Gary Trohkimoinen Steeplechase Monte Evans Mile Doug Schlepp Triple Jump '73 Chuck Wait 440y IH '75 Stan Sostrom 6 mile '76 Keith Quigley Javelin/Long Jump Randy Beck Mile Randy Kruse 440y '77 Curt Betcher 880y '78 SDIC Team Runner Up Curt McCamish Javelin Randy Kruse 440y '79 '80 81' SDIC Team Runner Up Mark Huber 10000m/5000m Todd Kaul Discus 82' SDIC Team Runner Up Rod Barthell 110m HH Robert Hettich PV '83 SDIC Team Runner Up Bill McVey Jav Rod Barthel HH/IH Tim Frank 100m Alex Walk HJ Men 4 x 100 '84 SDIC Team Champion Alex Walk HJ Tim Frank 100/200m Rob Ruff HH/IH Dave Sladek 10000m Men 4 x 100 '85 SDIC Team Runner Up Tim Frank 100/200m Brad Oberg HH George Cloudy IH John Birrenkott 1500m

District

Chuck Wait 440y IH

Curt McCamish Javelin Bob Kaufman 800m Perry Kampa 110m HH Duane Haugen 100m/200m

Rod Barthell 110m HH Bryan Barness 400m IH

Tim Frank 200m

South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field Champions '86

'87

'88 '89 '90

'91

'92

'93 '94 '95 '96 '97 '98

'99

Brad Wilson Jav Men 4 x 100 Jerod Eastman IH John Birrenkott 1500m Kerry Holsing 400m Men 4 x 100m SDIC Team Runner Up Andy Svitak Steeple Correy MacFarlane HJ Dave Roberts HH/IH Jerry Gustafson TJ Men 4 x 100 Deb Cunningham LJ/TJ Tracey Ireland IH Dave Roberts HH/IH Brad Oberg HH Jill Dale 5000m Dave Roberts HH/IH Jill Dale 5000m Liz Vandel Disc Heather Donaldson HJ Correy MacFarlane Richard Wendland 800m Tracey Parris 5000m Jill Dale 1500m Liz Vandel Disc Richard Wendland 800m Mitch Ruedebusch 5000m Rob Baruth Disc Liz Vandel Disc Dan Nagel IH Rob Baruth Discus Brian Goetsch SP Rob Baruth Disc/Jav Sondra Landrigan 1500m John Redmond Steeple Brian Goetsch Disc Brian Goetsch SP (indoor/outdoor)/Disc John Redmond 5000m (indoor/outdoor)/Steeple Matt Zolnowsky 200m (indoor) Dain Patterson 100/200m Nick Bitz Disc Travis Hanson PV Julie Sampson LJ (indoor) Nick Bitz Disc

Jerod Eastman IH

Brad Oberg HH Dave Roberts HH/IH

TJ Correy MacFarlane TJ (indoor)

Mark Morris 10000m Kent Jacobs 600m (indoor)

South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field Champions '00 '02 '05 '06

'07

'08

Bob Pentland TJ (indoor) Nick Bitz Disc Dain Patterson 100m Eric Kittles 200m (indoor) Casey Jeffery SP (indoor) Kyle Storm 110m HH (outdoor) Shannon Hellman 55m HH (indoor) 200m Dash (indoor) 100 m HH (outdoor) 200m (outdoor) Men's 4x800m (indoor) (Shane Haugue, Jordan Short, Scott Anderson, Colton Reid) Shannon Hellman 55m HH (indoor) 200m (indoor) 400m (indoor) 60HH NAIA Indoor National Champion 100m HH (outdoor) NAIA National Champion Jake Donnelly 200m (indoor) 200m (outdoor) Shane Hague 800m (indoor) Chandler Caldwell PV (outdoor) Chandler Caldwell PV (indoor and outdoor) Tyler Flattum 55m HH (indoor) 110m HH (outdoor)

South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field All Americans All-Americans/National Placers 1990

1993

Dave Roberts 110m HH

5th

400m IH

7th

:53.83

7th

138' 5"

2001

4th

3rd

(:53.26 pre)

2:29:01

All-American

53' 3 ¾"

Shannon Hellman 3-time All-American Hurdler

Brian Goetsch Shot Put (i)

2nd

All-American

56' 6 ¾"

Shot Put

2nd

All-American

56' 9 ½"

6th

All-American

53' 5 ½"

4th

All-American

52' 5 ½"

Casey Jeffery Shot Put (i)

2002

All-American

Brian Goetsch Shot Put

1997

(:14.39 semi, :14.37 pre)

Mark Morris Marathon

1996

:14.63

Liz Vandel Discus

1995

All-American

Casey Jeffery Shot Put (i) Casey Jeffery Shot Put

6th

All-American

53' 0"

All-American

166' 10"

Casey Jeffery Discus 2004

Jake Donnelly (All-American sprinter)

Jamicah Harris High Jump

2006

2nd

7th

6' 7 ½"

Shannon Hellman 60m HH

6th

All-American

:08.75

(:08.70 semi, :08.87 pre)

100m HH

5th

All-American

:13.78

(:13.92 semi)

South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field All Americans Jake Donnelly 200m 2007

7th

:22.19

(:22.10 semi)

Shannon Hellman 60m HH

1st

All-American

:8.65

(:08.68 semi; :08.73 pre)

100m HH

1st

All-American

:13.73

(:13.98 semi; :14.29 pre)

Jake Donnelly 200m indoor 6th

All-American

:21.91

All-American

15' 11"

All-American

16' 3"

(21.99 semi)

Chandler Caldwell Pole Vault

6th

2008 Chandler Caldwell Pole Vault 2011

3rd

Madisen Lane High Jump

4th

All-American

5' 3.75"

i) indicates indoor Championship -

Madisen Lane All-American High Jumper

dssadssdasa South Dakota School of Mines Track & Field Scholar Athletes

Cross Country

Track & field

1983

James Unruh

1982

Robert Hettich

1987

Andrew Svitak

1985

George Cloudy

2000

James Shipley

Brad Wilson

2001

James Shipley

Lisa Zacher

2005

Kyle Kattke

2006

Kyle Kattke

1990

David Roberts

1996

Brian Goetsch

1997

Brian Goetsch

2001

Casey Jeffery

2002

Casey Jeffery

2004

Sarah Farber

2005

Josh VanLaecken

(NAIA Duer Award as top male Scholar Athlete in NAIA) 2007 Kyle Kattke

2007 Kyle Kattke 2008 Matt Deardoff 2008

Tyler Flattum

2009 Lucas Fried

2009 Lucas Fried

2010 Lucas Fried

2010 Matt Deardorff Ashley Stewart Scott Anderson Jason Simmons Lucas Fried Kendra Crisman 2011 Lucas Fried Jason Simmons Madisen Lande

24

26

27

28

29

30

How to get to SD Mines Athletics Facilities 

From the East - Go west on I-90 to Exit 57. Proceed south on West Boulevard I-190 and turn left on St Joseph St (one way). Continue through downtown (King Center #5 on map) – right on Birch St, to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium #19 on map) just past main campus on St Joseph St. From the West - Go east on I-90 to Exit 57. Proceed south on West Boulevard I-190 and turn left on St Joseph St (one way). Continue through downtown (King Center #5 on map) – right on Birch St to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium#19 on map) just past main campus on St Joseph St. From the South (Highway 16) – Travel north on Highway 16 into Rapid City and turn right onto St Joseph St (one way). Continue through downtown (King Center #5 on map) - right on Birch St, to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium #19 on map) just past main campus on St Joseph Street. From the West (Highway 44) – Travel east on Highway 44 (Jackson Blvd) to Main St. Turn right on Main St for ¼ mile until it divides and becomes St Joseph St (one way). Continue through downtown (King Center #5 on map) - right on Birch St, to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium #19 on map) just past main campus on St Joseph Street. From the East (Highway 44) – Travel west on Highway 44 (Omaha St) and turn left onto St Patrick St to St Joseph St and turn right (north). Go ½ mile and turn left (King Center#5 on map) on Birch St, to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium #19 on map) just before main campus on St Joseph St. From the South (Highway 79) – Travel north on Highway 79 and take downtown exit to St Joseph St. Go ½ mile and turn left (King Center #5 on map) on Birch St, to University Loop. (O’Harra Stadium #19 on map) just before main campus on St Joseph St.

Lodging Howard Johnson (preferred) 950 North Street Rapid City, SD 57701 605-737-4656

97 rooms 1.6 miles from campus

Aboda Eco Hotel 445 Mt Rushmore Rd Rapid City, SD 57701 605-348-8300

177 rooms 1.3 miles from campus

Alex Johnson Hotel 523 Sixth Street Rapid City 605-342-1210

143 rooms 1.1 miles from campus

Grand Gateway Hotel 1721 N LaCrosse St Rapid City, SD 57701 605-342-8853 Holiday Inn-Rushmore Plaza 505 North 5th Street Rapid City, SD 57701 605-348-4000

132 rooms

Grand Gateway Hotel

1.8 miles from campus

Black Hills – Rapid City

800 rooms 1.1 miles from campus

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Taxi Services   

Airport Shuttle Affordable Taxi Rapid Taxi

Hospital  Rapid City Regional

605-399-9999 605-399-3232 605-348-8080

605-719-1000

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Restaurants Applebee’s 605-394-0338 Arby’s (closest to campus) 605-341-3811 Beau Jo’s Pizza 605-716-0752 Buffalo Wild Wings 605-721-9464 Burger King (closest to campus) 605-348-2450 Chili’s 605-388-8300 China Luck 605-399-1859 Culvers 605-348-6218 Dakota Soda Co 605-791-2900 Denny’s 605-716-7272 Dickeys BBQ Pit 605-791-5400 Fuddruckers 605-348-9990 Fuji Japanese Steakhouse 605-721-8880 Golden Corral 605-399-2195 Golden Fortune 605-343-3496 Hana Restaurant 605-348-0299 Hardee’s (closest to campus) 605-348-5692 Hong Kong Buffet 605-716-4664 Ichiban 605-341-7178 IHOP 605-341-4467 Imperial 605-394-8888 Jimmy Johns (closest to campus) 605-718-2210 Kentucky Fried Chicken 605-342-1515 Longhorn Steakhouse 605-342-2321 McDonalds (closest to campus) 605-342-3772 Millstone (closest to campus) 605-343-5824 Minervas 605-394-9505 Mongolian Grill 605-388-3187 Olive Garden 605-348-4640 On The Border 605-791-5791 Pauly’s Subs (closest to campus) 605-348-7827 Perkins (closest to campus) 605-341-3810 Philly Ted’s 605-348-6113 Pizza Hut (closest to campus) 605-342-4200 Pizza Ranch 605-348-9114 Qdoba (closest to campus) 605-791-1555 Red Lobster 605-348-9717 Sanford’s 605-721-1463 Sonic Drive In (closest to campus) 605-716-3668 Subway (closest to campus) 605-341-3057 Taco John’s (closest to campus) 605-343-6778 TGI Friday’s 605-343-8443 Wendy’s (closest to campus) 605-342-9410

2160 N Haines Ave 1620 Campbell St 2520 W Main Street 715 Mountain View Rd 1002 E North Street 2125 Haines Ave 740 Mountain View Rd 2121 W Main Street 512 Main Street 2200 N Lacrosse 1565 Haines Ave Rushmore Mall 1731 Eglin St 1180 N Lacrosse 1118 E North 2328 W Main 5th and St Joe 927 E North Street 1109 W Omaha 550 Disk Drive 702 E North 1565 Haines 515 Mt View Road 1510 Eglin St 804 E North 2010 W Main 2111 N LaCrosse St 1415 N LaCrosse St 160 Disk Drive 1331 E North Street 124 E St Patrick St 1715 N LaCrosse 1415 N LaCrosse St 1400 E St Patrick 1556 Luna Ave 1745 Eglin Street 120 Disk Drive 306 7th Street 815 Jackson Blvd 1225 E St Patrick 1710 Campbell St 2205 LaCrosse St 1911 Haines Ave

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Location ………………………………………………………………….Rapid City, SD Population ……………………………………………………………….………..67,596 Founded ………………………………………………………… ………….…………1885 Enrollment ………………………………………………………………..………. 2,354 National Affiliation ……………………………………… .……NCAA Division II Nickname …………………………………………………………………. Hardrockers Colors …………………………………………………………….. …….Blue and Gold Mascot ………………………………………………………..... Grubby the Miner Gymnasium ……………………………………………… …Goodell Gymnasium Stadium ………………………………………………………..….. O’Hara Stadium President ……………………………………………………..Dr. Duane Hrncir Athletic Director ……………………………………………. Dr. Richard Kaiser Senior Woman’s Admin …………………… ………..Tiffany McCampbell Faculty Representative ………………………………….….… Dr. Carter Kerk Athletic Department Phone …………………………………. 605-394-2351

Athletic Media Relations Sports Information Director …………………………………... Brad Blume Sports Information Phone ……………………………………. 605-394-2355


2013 SD Mines Women's Track and Field Media Guide