Miller has been with the Grand Forks Herald sports department for the past 10 years. He's also a Grand Forks native and UND graduate.
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The Greater Grand Forks Soccer tournament has been revived and will hit local soccer fields with approximately 1,300 athletes this weekend. After the 23rd annual tournament in 2009, the event...
Four years ago, Jordan Stevens took over a Valparaiso team that was middle of the pack in the Horizon League and quickly built it into an NCAA-tournament product. On Monday, Stevens was announced as the new head softball coach at North Dakota and has an even bigger reclamation project.
Tuesday marked the official moving day for many NCAA Division I athletic programs changing conference affiliation, including Idaho’s return to the Big Sky Conference in all sports except football. If...
The Grand Forks Royals didn’t allow wet and cold conditions to dampen the team’s momentum heading into a midseason pause for the Fourth of July holiday.
The Grand Forks Royals and East Grand Forks American Legion baseball programs play one nine inning game, rather than the customary seven inning doubleheaders the teams experience in conference play. On Thursday, East Grand Forks would have liked a seven-inning affair.
Grand Forks golfer Matt Norby estimates if he took a swing at a 50-foot putt 100 times, he could put it in the hole once. With a lot on the line, that’s exactly what the 35-year-old did last Friday at King’s Walk.
On Monday, former New Mexico State guard Terrel de Rouen announced he was transferring to North Dakota. On Tuesday, UND head coach Brian Jones made that move official.
The Grand Forks Royals American Legion baseball team returned Saturday from the program’s typical trip to Omaha. Head coach Nick Chine liked his team’s resolve against the tough competition. “We...
Chris Stenzel was the Rochester Century girls basketball coach last season before resigning to become assistant women’s basketball coach at Rochester Community and Technical College. Stenzel’s star player — 5-foot-10 Kanani Asuncion — has given a verbal commitment to North Dakota.
A UND men’s basketball team roster is going to be a must for fans early next season. According to the Las Cruces Sun Times, North Dakota is landing another Division I transfer.