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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As the Nebraska gymnastics season came to a close last month, coach Dan Kendig reflected on the season and had one disappointment with Grand Forks native Emily Wong.
Senior High racked up 16 hits and scored four runs in the top of the seventh inning to beat Grand Forks Red River 12-10 on Friday in non-conference play at Kraft Field.
Former North Dakota track athlete Kent Luetzen, of Minot, N.D., had to accelerate his schoolwork in order to graduate from UND last Friday. The reason is a unique one.
Earlier this week, UND improved to 5-0 against North Dakota State during the 2013-14 school year with a rivalry baseball win in Fargo.
Seattle baseball coach Donny Harrel gave an accurate assessment to Sunday’s Western Athletic Conference series finale against North Dakota. “Tough day to be a pitcher,” Harrel said. Seattle racked up...
Despite the rigors of Division I athletics, UND’s GPA has grown from the final few years of school’s Division II competition days and even improved throughout the Division I transition. UND is on pace to better its athletics GPA during the 2013-14 season for the third year in a row.
UND’s spring football game Saturday at the Alerus Center provided a glimpse into the product fans will see on the field in the fall. Most fans’ first reaction was that it wasn’t aesthetically pleasing by any means.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth of a tie game, Petersen lofted a game-winning walk-off home run over the right-field fence to give North Dakota a 6-5 win over Seattle on Friday at Kraft Field.
When UND freshman Zach Muckenhirn was being recruited by UND, most of the discussions of playing as a rookie centered on innings out of the bullpen and non-conference starts.
Professional basketball scouts at the prestigious Portsmouth Invitational Tournament last weekend in Virginia already had a pretty good idea about the scoring ability of UND’s Troy Huff, who scored more than 400 points in all four of his collegiate seasons.