Sports Broadcasting

Game Announcing 2 – Creighton/USD and Coppin State/USD
By Carson Schubert | December 10, 2019

This is my game announcing 2 for Sports Broadcasting. The first 9 minutes and 11 seconds was a pre-game for the Creighton vs USD match-up, followed by play-by-play for the game. Starting at 9 minutes and 12 seconds is my color commentary from the Coppin State game vs USD. The postgame of that game starts at the 2 minutes and 29 second mark. The Coyotes defeated both the Bluejays and the Eagles. USD defeated Creighton 72-65 and Coppin State 82-44, respectively. The Coyotes were led by Hannah Sjerven in the first game. She had 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 5 blocks. In the second game, the Coyotes were led by Chloe Lamb who had 14 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals.

Coaches on Former Players Participating in the USD-SDSU Rivalry
By Carson Schubert | November 21, 2019

Two high school football coaches from South Dakota have a combined total of five players  participating in the USD-SDSU rivalry game this Saturday, November 23. Harrisburg head coach Brandon White has three of his former players who play for the Coyotes, including linebacker Hunter Headlee. Former Kimball-White Lake head coach Dale Taylor has two of his former players that play for the Jackrabbits, including lineman Bo Donald.  Both coaches plan to watch the rivalry game in some way or another. The game is on Saturday, November 23, at 2 pm at the Dakota Dome.

Mark Collins Jr. Video Package
By Carson Schubert | October 29, 2019

In this interview Mark Collins Jr. talked about what it was like to have a dad who played in the NFL for 13 seasons, his influence on his game, what he has meant to him. Collins Jr. is a junior at USD this year. His dad, Collins Sr., won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants and was an All-Pro in 1989. University of South Dakota Defensive Coordinator Travis Johansen, in his first season with the Coyotes, talks about what Collins Jr. has meant to him and the team as well. The Coyotes are 3-5 and will take on winless Western Illinois this Saturday in Macomb, Illinois.

Intramural Volleyball Championship
By Carson Schubert | October 17, 2019

Vermillion, S.D.- The intramural volleyball championship game took place on Wednesday night in the Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion. The I’d Hit That’s came into the game with an 8-0 record and the Better OT Team came in to the game with a 6-2 record. The I’d Hit That’s were leading at the end of the broadcast 15-11. Alex Hegg led the way with three kills for the I’d Hit That’s and Abbie Brandl had three aces. Alex Wiemann led the way for the Better OT Team with two kills and two blocks.

High School Football Highlights – Vermillion vs Yankton
By Carson Schubert | September 26, 2019

Yankton, S.D.- This match-up between Vermillion and Yankton was the first time these two teams met since 1991. The game was also held during Pioneer Days (Homecoming) for Yankton. Scoring started with 4:43 left in the first quarter with a 27-yard field goal by Trevor Paulsen. The Bucks then scored the first touchdown of the game in the 2nd quarter with a pass from Cooper Cornemann to Cameron Zahrbock from 13 yards out. Owen Warren scored two touchdowns in the second half, one was a one yarder and the other was a 7-yard touchdown run. Brodey Peterson also scored from 12 yards out and the Bucks downed the Tanagers 29-0. Vermillion will play Sioux Falls Christian next week and Yankton will go to Mitchell.

Sportscast for Sports Broadcasting

By Carson Schubert / September 6, 2019

Vermillion, S.D.- In this sportscast, topics include South Dakota Coyotes football, South Dakota volleyball, Vermillion Tanagers football, and Antonio Brown. This is the first assignment for the class. The story about USD football talks of the loss to Montana and the upcoming game against Oklahoma. The Coyotes volleyball team will be playing in a tournament this weekend in Kansas City after losing to Iowa State on Tuesday. The Tanagers won their first game and play Tea Friday. In national sports, Antonio Brown had a disagreement with Raiders GM Mike Mayock.