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The 2013-14 season for the UND women’s basketball program was historic. North Dakota hosted and won the Big Sky Conference tournament and played in its first NCAA Division I tournament. UND coach Travis Brewster is excited about his next momentous event. North Dakota found out Tuesday it will play Colorado in the first round of the Preseason WNIT.
Gene Taylor’s exit as athletic director at North Dakota State marks a new era for the Bison, who have just completed an incredibly successful 2013-14 season but also saw the departures of football coach Craig Bohl (Wyoming) and men’s basketball coach Saul Phillips (Ohio).
This NCAA offseason will center on the high-resource conferences — dubbed the ‘Power Five’ — and how that group will likely either form a new division or be granted autonomy...
If the NCAA’s high-resource athletic conferences are allowed to offer “full cost of attendance” scholarship packages soon, UND wants to make sure the school’s lucrative men’s hockey team has that...
It’s a big week for Ryan Kasowski. The former UND and Grand Forks Central standout athlete is getting married this weekend and Monday afternoon he became a head high school...
UND football tailgaters will have to fire up their grills a little earlier this November. On Monday, UND released the start times for the 2014 home schedule, including unique noon...
In the 2012-13 season — UND’s first in the Big Sky Conference — UND easily finished last in the Big Sky all-sport standings, a ranking of each school based on its performances in league play.
The Big Sky Conference took the next step Wednesday in a movement to put the men’s and women’s conference basketball tournaments at predetermined locations.
UND football player Devin Coyle is biking across the country — from his hometown in Mandan, N.D., to St. Petersburg, Fla. — a trek of roughly 2,500 miles.
After last weekend’s East Region baseball tournament, Red River coach Mark Varriano said he thinks of his team as having three No. 1 pitchers with Brady Regimbal, Colin Hennessy and Ryan Richardson. That staff has helped Red River to a 21-game conference winning streak as it enters today’s North Dakota state Class A baseball tournament in Mandan. The Riders face Bismarck St. Mary’s in the quarterfinals.