Jeff Kolpack covers North Dakota State athletics, the Fargo Marathon and golf for The Forum. His blog can be accessed at www.bisonmedia.areavoices.com. On the radio, Kolpack & Izzo sports talk show runs from 9-11 a.m. every Saturday morning. April through August, the WDAY Golf Show with Jeff Kolpack runs from 8-9 a.m.
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Fargo - The paint, so to speak, has barely dried on the interior of Jesse Barbot’s new boxing gym just off Seventh Avenue North in Fargo. The ring showed very...
It’s become the annual story within a story between North Dakota State vs. Northern Iowa - which team won the most head-to-head recruiting battle for Twin Cities players?
FARGO – Virgil Hill turned 50 years old this year, which also happens to be the number of career victories for the North Dakota boxer. That doesn’t mean he’s entirely...
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Jennifer Marsh watched her ball hit water, leading to a disastrous triple bogey on No. 13 on Tuesday at the Jamestown Country Club. The Fargo Davies junior’s...
FARGO — North Dakota State moved to 5-0 on Saturday with a win over Western Illinois. In three of the victories, the Bison put together the baseball equivalent to a...
The FCS playoffs are still months away, although, you would have a hard time convincing Bison and Grizzlies fans of that today. It’s Montana vs. North Dakota State. Enough said.
It was about year ago when Omaha Creighton Prep quarterback Easton Stick and his coach got in a car after a Friday night game and made the drive from Nebraska to Fargo for an unofficial recruiting visit. Before going to the North Dakota State football game, they stopped downtown. It wasn’t for a doughnut and juice. It was the big enchilada of exposure for college football coaches: Getting ESPN’s “College GameDay” in their backyard. What Stick saw was something he didn’t expect, he said.
A major upgrade to the lighting system at Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse wasn’t the only noticeable ray of light for North Dakota State. The volleyball team ended three years of darkness against the University of North Dakota. Playing at home for the first time this season, the Bison looked nothing like their 1-5 record heading into a rivalry they once dominated before the move to Division I. A 25-20, 25-16, 13-25, 25-18 win seemed to give NDSU a renewed sense of energy. Mainly because it played with more wattage in front of 1,572 fans.
FARGO – On a day when North Dakota State and the University of North Dakota decided to end years of not playing football, another streak ended in the other futbal...
The search committee responsible for screening applicants for the athletic director position at North Dakota State made its first move Tuesday morning. The list is down to seven.