I’ve been a part of the Sioux Falls media for nearly 30 years. I grew up in Southern California, and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a BA in Communications in 1986. I got my start in television later that year at KNAZ-TV in Flagstaff, Arizona. I moved to Sioux Falls in 1989 to become Sports Director at KSFY-TV, a position I held for more than eight years. During that time I was named ‘Sportscaster of the Year’ by the South Dakota Associated Press. My radio career began in January 2000. I live in Sioux Falls with my wife, Vicki. I have two daughters, Ashley and Alison, and one Grandson, Link.
FCS Playoffs: #5 South Dakota State Beats #4 Kennesaw State, Advances to Semifinals
Jackrabbits play at North Dakota State Friday (December 14) night
Which is South Dakota’s Most Popular Christmas Candy?
The Mount Rushmore State's top three choices are chocolate, chocolate, and chocolate
South Dakota State’s Jordan Brown to Play in East–West Shrine Game
Senior cornerback will play in the January 19, 2019 all-star game in Florida
South Dakota, South Dakota State Each up One Spot in Latest Mid-Major Women’s Basketball P…
Coyotes (8-1) and Jackrabbits (5-3) both in Top Ten
South Dakota Capitol Christmas Tree Display among the Best in the World
'An Enchanted Christmas' features a display of nearly 100 trees
FCS Playoff Preview: #5 South Dakota State at #4 Kennesaw State
Jeff Harkness visits with Jackrabbits head coach John Stiegelmeier about the match-up with the Owls
South Dakota State’s Mike Daum Captures Third Summit League Player of Week Award This Seas…
Jackrabbits senior grabs third Summit League Player of the Week honor this season
South Dakota One of Only Ten States with More Men than Women
Mount Rushmore State has third highest male population in America
FCS Playoffs: #5 South Dakota State Routs Duquesne 51-6
The fifth-seeded Jackrabbits advance to the quarterfinals. Will play at fourth-seeded Kennesaw State in Georgia next weekend.
Are You Ready for Some Extremely Premature NCAA Tournament Bracketology?
Less than ten games into the new season, some 'experts' are already forecasting the 64-team field for next March. It's a bracket that includes South Dakota State.