DICKINSON, N.D. — Stacey (Rehbein) Collins is set to be inducted into the Dickinson State University Athletic Hall of Fame.
Collins is a Sidney native, running for Eagles in the late 1990s. Then Stacey Rehbein, she ran the 100-meter dash in 12.24 seconds at the 1998 Class A state track and field meet to set the then-all-class record. Billings Senior’s Morgan Sulser broke the record in 2014, crossing the finish line in 12.19 seconds. Rehbein’s mark is still the Class A record.
Rehbein continued her running career at DSU from 2000-04. There, she set the school records in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes and claimed multiple conference championships. She was a two-time all-American at DSU, where she ultimately became an assistant coach.
Collins is now back at Sidney High School, where she coaches the Eagles’ track and field team and serves as an assistant coach in the cross country program. Sidney’s boys won the 2017 Class A state championship.
Collins, five other individuals and one team will be inducted into the Dickinson State University Athletic Hall of Fame in October. LaVern Jessen (DSU men’s basketball coach, 1963-68), Matt Meyer (DSU wrestling, 1996-99), Carolina Botero-Alvarez (DSU volleyball player, 2000-02), Ben Knight (DSU track and field athlete and football player, 2004-06), Justin Schlecht (DSU wrestler, 2005-08) and the 2007-08 DSU wrestling team will also be inducted.
The Hall of Fame induction will be held Oct. 18, 2019 in conjunction with homecoming weekend at Dickinson State.