Douglas Patriots Signing Day: Part 2
BOX ELDER, S.D. – The Chadron State College football team added nearly 30 students athletes to its program this month including two players from Douglas High School.
Malik Ahmed-Hosie, Chadron State College, Football
Malik Ahmed-Hosie signed a letter of intent on Wednesday to play football next year at Chadron State College.
Ahmed-Hosie is a two-time, first team All-State defensive lineman who had 31 tackles during his junior season.
“Just the way it felt,” Malik Ahmed-Hosie said. “The connection. The commitment. The way they felt as a team. They felt strong. I felt like I could really do stuff. Maybe want to go there.”
David Severson, Chadron State College, Football
Meanwhile, David Severson will also compete in football for the Eagles.
Severson played quarterback for the Patriots.
But he will switch over to defensive back at Chadron State.
Severson felt that Chadron State was the perfect fit.
“My head coach Dan, he really believed in me and thought that I could do more,” David Severson said. “So he was persuading me to go to Chadron. So I chose Chadron.”
Trevor Anderson, Dakota State University, Football
Trevor Anderson also put pen to paper on Wednesday and plans to play football for Dakota State University in Madison.
Anderson, who plans to study accounting, will be on the offensive line for the Trojans.
“Whenever I went up to go visit the campus, I like the area,” Trevor Anderson said. “The campus was really a nice campus. The coaches, they seemed welcoming. I met a couple of players. They were nice so I decided to go there. It was a little bit closer to home also.”
Alissa Wieman, Chadron State College, Track and Cross Country
Alissa Wieman will run track and cross country next year for Chadron State College.
Wieman finished 19th at the state cross country meet last fall at the Hart Ranch.
She also placed 2nd in the 3200 meter run at the 2019 State AA track meet.
“I think I’m just most excited because I’ve always wanted to run in college with the competition going to these really big meets and being with a team with like a great environment,” Alissa Wieman said. “When I went there, the team was absolutely amazing. I’m really excited for that.”