Seth Boomsma (2014)
Seth Boomsma was picked as the DSU's Most Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year award.
Boomsma is a four-time NAIA All-American status at Dakota State. He was the national runner-up in the men's 60-meter dash in the 2014 and 2013 NAIA Indoor Track & Field as well as two-time NAIA Indoor Track & Field All-American. He was a 2013 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field All-American in two events – the men's 100-meter dash and the men's 4 x 100-meter relay (which set a new South Dakota Collegiate record time of 40.68 seconds).
Boomsma is a four-time North Star Athletic Association (NSAA) Indoor Track & Field Runner-of-the-Week, holds the DSU school record in the men's indoor track 60-meter dash with a time of 6.74 seconds. He has also participated in the track community service events as part of the NAIA's Champions of Character's initiative program, which included a clothing and shoes donations.
Seth is the son of Terry and Stacey Boomsma of Crooks, S.D. He is a junior Exercise Science major at Dakota State University.
|Andy Coy||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2012||Andy Coy||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2011||Anthony Drealan||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2010||Tyler Van Peursem||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2009||Tyler Van Peursem||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2008||Chris Heezen||Cross Country and Track & Field|
|2003||Ted Sees||Cross Country, Track|
|2002||Ted Sees||Cross Country, Track|
|2000||Doyle John Ecklein||Cross Country, Track|
|1998||Brian Tvedt||Cross Country, Track|
|1997||Kurt Wallace||Football, Track|
|1996||Brian Tvedt||Cross Country, Track|
|1995||Tard Smith||Football, Track|
|1993||Ryan Phillips||Cross Country, Track|
|1992||Ryan Phillips||Cross Country, Track|
|1988||Ira Russey||Football, Track|
|1986||Adam Clark||Football, Track|
|1985||Tim Asche||Basketball, Baseball|
|1984||Mark Jacobsen||Football, Basketball, Baseball|
|1983||Randy Schaefer||Basketball, Baseball|
|1982||Monty Christensen||Football, Track|
|1981||Brian Jacobsen||Football, Basketball, Baseball|
|1980||Mike Hieb||Cross Country, Track|
|1979||Kevin Berg||Cross Country, Track|