UND point guard Leah Szabla generalized her role as a distributor, in charge of feeding the likes of the team’s proven scorers Madi Buck and Megan Lauck.RELATED CONTENT
When nothing seems to be coming easy for a hockey team, it has to be smart to give itself a chance to win. There’s too much else not going according to plan to let unintelligent play dictate an outcome.RELATED CONTENT
If the action on the ice between UND and Minnesota Duluth on Friday night wasn’t enough, the matchup of top 20 teams produced incredible drama when the play was stalled, too.RELATED CONTENT
One of the most veteran UND basketball teams in recent memory opened the season Wednesday night. The experience bunch performed to expectations, but the play of two athletes in their first games in the program might have been the most encouraging sight.RELATED CONTENT
UND guard Aaron Anderson will play in his 100th career game Wednesday in the team’s season opener against Minnesota-Morris and the finality of this year isn’t lost on the senior.RELATED CONTENT
Wearing a USA basketball shirt, Creighton senior Doug McDermott emerged from the CenturyLink Center locker room Friday night and was immediately met by fans, friends and media.RELATED CONTENT
In the short term, the UND men’s hockey team needed senior goalie Clarke Saunders to play well in net and stop offensively gifted Nebraska Omaha on Sunday.RELATED CONTENT
The Nebraska Omaha series last season was the 2012-13 feel-good story. But after Omaha beat North Dakota 4-2 at CenturyLink Center on Saturday, UND fans might remember the 2013-14 Mavericks series for opposite reasons. UND is in a funk.RELATED CONTENT
If you’re taking in a college basketball game this season, be ready to block off more time than usual in your schedule. As the UND basketball schedule cranks up, fans should be prepared to see games officiated differently, specifically a crackdown on hand checking. Essentially, when you’re playing defense — hands off.RELATED CONTENT
For the UND women’s basketball team, Bemidji State didn’t provide quite the comfortable exhibition matchup one might expect from an NCAA Division II foe.RELATED CONTENT
East Grand Forks Senior High’s boys basketball opponents have centered their defensive game plan around stopping 6-foot-7 center Brandon Brekke this season. But the way junior guard Matt Bauduin has played recently, teams will have to worry about two big scoring threats.
On Jan. 27, 2005, Grand Forks Central’s Jake Stadstad scored three goals and added an assist to lead the Knights to a win over Grand Forks Red River.
The local track problems continue. Two weeks ago, the track at Cushman Field hosted its first meet of the season after weeks of cancelations and postponements due to poor track conditions.