THE NEW FORTY The merriment of it all...
I did a bit of shopping about town last night after the Bison football game and I have to tell you, there is a merriment about town. Something about combining the joy of the holiday and the ecstasy of... Posted on 12/18/11 at 8:10 AM
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY NEWS Bison Hall of Fame Athlete, Coach Roger Grooters Killed at Age 66
FARGO, N.D. - Bison Athletic Hall of Famer Roger Grooters, a four-year letterman and head coach of North Dakota State University's national championship mens cross country team in 1972, was killed Wed... Posted on 10/14/10 at 8:19 PM
From the sound of exploding grenades to the roar of the crowd, Almir Krdzalic’s journey to success has taken him from a war in Bosnia-Herzegovina to the University of Minnesota-Crookston campus and its basketball court.
The list of applicants to become UND’s next head football coach grew again Tuesday, a week before the application deadline. UND has received 41 applications to take over the position held by Chris Mussman for the past six seasons.
The season at one point was heading south when Furman was 2-4 with injuries mounting. Once October rolled around, the Paladins started heading north. And they haven’t stopped. It’s to the point this week that they are traveling way north — the team from Greenville, S.C., will play at North Dakota State on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs.
NDSU was still sharp in an 86-43 victory Monday night over the Vikings. They shot 57 percent and rarely had a lapse on defense. Two factors were responsible for that: a veteran team that is used to traveling, and an NAIA opponent in Valley City that physically didn’t match up.
St. Louis Blues forward David Backes remembers fondly the games he played against T.J. Oshie while the two were Western Collegiate Hockey Association rivals. Oshie and Backes are not only teammates now but also linemates for one of the NHL’s top teams.
The North Dakota State football coaches took a poll of sorts last week on their best guess to which NDSU’s opponent on Saturday would be: Furman College (S.C.) or South Carolina State. The result was unanimous with Furman. The coaches were right.
Herald writers Brad Elliott Schlossman, Tom Miller and Wayne Nelson talk about UND's busy week in sports, including men's basketball's win over NDSU, the football coaching search, the outlook for men's hockey and volleyball chasing an NCAA berth.
Loyall Jahnke strode over to end of the bleachers Thursday at Betty Engelstad Sioux Center to pick up his big UND flag off the floor.
“I like to treat it like I would an American flag,” he said after carefully leaning it against a railing.
When the national college hockey poll was released Monday afternoon, there was a rarity. The UND men’s hockey team was not ranked. It hasn’t happened often since the poll started in 1997, but UND did face a strikingly similar situation just two years ago.
Top-ranked Minnesota had its 10-game home unbeaten streak snapped by in-state foe Minnesota Duluth on Sunday afternoon at Mariucci Arena. The loss dropped the Gophers to 9-2-1 on the season and improved the No. 19 Bulldogs’ record to 6-5-1.
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