Karley Konkol

Track & Field/Cross Country

Custer, SD

Custer HS

Track & Field

One Career Win

– 1,500-Meter Run: 4:43.87 (3/28/2015, Arkansas Spring Invitational)

2014-15

Clocked in at an indoor season-best time of 5:03.14 in the mile run at the Jim Emmerich/Alumni Invitational (1/24) … was part of the second-place distance medley relay at the Summit League Indoor Track & Field Championships, which timed in at 12:07.27 (2/28) … won the unseeded division of the 1,500-meter run at the Arkansas Spring Invitational, clocking in at 4:43.87 (3/28) … ran the team’s fastest 1,500-meter run of the season at the Jim Duncan Invitational, placing fourth with a time of 4:32.23 (4/11) … was part of the 4×800 relay team that finished 13th with a time of 9:08.95 at the Drake Relays (4/25) … placed 16th in the 1,500-meter run at the Summit League Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a time of 4:55.35 (5/15) … All-Summit League (Indoor).

2013-14

Ran an indoor season-best time of 5 minutes, 10.97 seconds in the mile run at the Nebraska Tune-Up (2/21) … posted an indoor season-best time of 2:21.92 in the 800-meter run at the USD Alumni Meet (2/8) … clocked in for an outdoor season-best time of 2:17.25 in the 800-meter run at the Sioux City Relays (4/11) … tallied an outdoor season-best time of 4:57.10 in the 1,500-meter run at the Nebraska Quad (4/12) … a member of the 4×800-meter relay team that set the school record at the 105th Drake Relays with their time of 9:01.40 (4/25) … named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll
2012-13

Clocked in at 2:24.43 in the 800-meter run at the Thundering Herd Classic for an indoor season-best time (2/1) … at the Bison Open, Konkol ran indoor season-bests of 3:17.10 (1,000-meter run) and 5:38.19 (mile) (2/9) … set an outdoor season-best time in the 1,500-meter run (4:57.28) at the Arkansas Spring Invite (3/2 9) … ran a time of 2:17.27 in the prelims of the 800-meter run at The Summit League Outdoor Track and Field Championships (5/9) … named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll and The Summit League’s Distinguished Scholars List

Cross Country

2014

Posted a time of 20:53.39 to place 35th at the Bison Open (8/29) … clocked in at 27:06.3 to claim 65th at the Oz Memorial (9/5) … ran a time of 26:12.7 to finish 334th at the Roy Griak Invite (9/27) … placed 57th at the SDSU Classic with a time of 20:07.08 (10/4) … finished 26th in the open division at the Bradley Pink Classic with a time of 24:26.5 (10/17).

2013

Finished 29th overall at the Bison Open with her time of 16:18.47 to begin the 2013 season (8/30) … clocked in at 25:59.0 to finish 61st at the Oz Memorial (9/6) … placed 283rd at the Griak Invite with her final time of 25:24.10  (9/28) … posted a time of 20:10.7 to finish 72nd at the SDSU Classic (10/4) … ran her fastest 6k time (23:39.0) of the season at the Bradley Open to place 17th (10/18) … named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll

Kacey Herrmann

Volleyball

Rapid City, SD

Rapid City Stevens HS

2014: Distinguished Scholar on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll and named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence … started 29 of 31 matches and 114 sets … second in digs (342) and digs per set (3.00) … collected 10-or-more kills in 5 matches and 10-or-more digs in 15 matches … recorded three double-doubles … posted a career-high 14 kills and tied personal bests in block assists (4) and total blocks (4) vs. Northern Iowa (10/21) … recorded career highs of 41 attack attempts, 21 digs and a solo block vs. North Dakota State (9/30) … registered a personal-best 4 blocks vs. UMKC (9/5), vs. Oral Roberts (11/14) and vs. Florida International (9/12).

2013: Named to The Summit League Academic Honor Roll … started and played in all 92 sets and 27 matches … second on the team in digs (297) and digs per set (3.23) … registered 10-or-more digs in 16 matches, including the last 5 matches, and 20-or-more in 3 matches … recorded first collegiate double-double with a season-high 10 kills with 15 digs vs. Western Illinois (11/9) … dug a career-high 31 attacks at Drake (9/7) … named to the Florida International Invitational All-Tournament team after collecting 11 kills and 31 digs in 3 matches … had a personal-best five set assists at Drake (9/7) … recorded a career-high three service aces at Northern Iowa (10/1) … registered a season-best three block assists vs. Hampton (9/20) … made collegiate debut with a pair of kills and a pair of block assists vs. Iowa State (10/30).

2012: Redshirted.

Cole Langer

Football

Dell Rapids, SD

Dell Rapids HS

Cole has a streak of 20 consecutive starts entering the 2015 season … is a third-generation Jackrabbit student-athlete — his grandfather, Jim, was an all-conference football player and All-America baseball player at SDSU before embarking on a hall-of-fame football career with the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings, while his father, Tracy, also was an all-conference baseball player for the Jackrabbits … two-time member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference Honor Roll and a Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award recipient

2014
Earned second-team all-MVFC honors … tied for sixth on the team with 49 tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks … registered four tackles and half-sack in home opener against Cal Poly … made five tackles in win over Missouri State …. tallied three tackles, including half-sack, and blocked a field goal attempt in road win at nationally ranked Northern Iowa … recorded season-high six tackles, including tackle for loss, in regular season matchup at North Dakota State to earn team’s Defensive Player of the Week award … was credited with four tackles in Football Championship Subdivision playoff games against Montana State and North Dakota State … shared team’s Defensive Player of the Week award against Montana State after contributing a blocked kick and pass breakup in playoff victory … named to Capital One Academic All-District 6 First Team and Missouri Valley Football Conference All-Academic Second Team

2013
Earned a spot on the Missouri Valley Football Conference All-Newcomer Team after tallying 35 tackles … played in all 14 games, starting the final six … notched tackle in collegiate debut versus Butler … turned in four-tackle performances against Western Illinois, Northern Iowa and Youngstown State in league play … set season high for tackles in back-to-back Football Championship Subdivision playoff games … posted six tackles, including a sack, at Northern Arizona … recorded seven tackles, including a tackle for loss at Eastern Washington