FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY The top five moments of UND's season
The University of North Dakota's season ended three days ago, and I'm still shocked by what happened.
To go from being a few minutes away from advancing to the Frozen Four to getting beaten 4-1 by th... Posted on 4/2/13 at 10:17 PM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Interesting Niagara connections
The one great thing about the hockey world is that there are always connections and interesting notes about where guys have played and who they have played with. And certainly, that's the case with UN... Posted on 3/26/13 at 2:29 AM
BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: Sunday Ramblings
The college basketball season has come to a close for those that follow it closely here and NDSU has plenty of expectations surrounding them heading into the offseason. Jeff and I will give out full g... Posted on 3/24/13 at 8:01 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Nebraska couple back in town for Cats Incredible
I spent a few hours this morning on the Red River with Gary and Bonnie Mounce, who are in Grand Forks this week for the Cats Incredible catfish tournament, which gets underway Saturday morning.
The... Posted on 7/26/12 at 2:03 PM
UND is hoping to bring the NCAA hockey tournament back to North Dakota.
UND athletic director Brian Faison said the school is working on putting together a bid to host a men’s hockey regional at Fargo’s Scheels Arena in 2015 or 2016.
Matthew Peca recorded the fastest hat trick in NCAA tournament history, scoring three goals in a 3:12 span of the first period, leading top-seeded Quinnipiac to a 5-1 victory over Union in the East Regional final on Sunday night.
The Lions waited for two decades, but on Saturday night Minot Ryan once again claimed a North Dakota Class B girls basketball state championship.
No. 1-ranked Minot Ryan defeated No. 8-ranked Central Cass 54-50 at the Fargodome. It is the Lions’ second state title in school history.
When the NCAA tournament bracket is announced at 8 p.m. Sunday on ESPNU, there will be six Western Collegiate Hockey Association teams in the field.
North Dakota, Minnesota, Denver, Minnesota State-Mankato, St. Cloud State and Wisconsin all will be locked into the tournament no matter what happens in Sunday's Central Collegiate Hockey Association championship game.
Clearly unfazed by their Ivy League opponent's plucky brand of Smartball, the Wildcats showed how a real basketball school does it Saturday. Mark Lyons matched his career high with 27 points in Arizona's wire-to-wire 74-51 blowout of the Crimson.
Incentive was easy to find for John Hoplin. Hoplin, along with Mac Kroeplin and Matt Anderson, are seniors who started on last season’s Grand Forks Red River boys basketball team. The Riders won their first state title since 1969; then, in preseason polls this season, they were ranked fourth in the state.
A strong second half sent one of the Summit League’s longest-standing members permanently out of sight in men’s basketball in the first round of the Summit tournament.
North Dakota State rebounded from a halftime deficit against the heavy underdog Kangaroos to take a 69-58 victory Sunday night at the Sioux Falls Arena.
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