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Parade precedes UND's big win over No. 7 Missouri State

Annual homecoming festivities culminated by victory at Alerus Center.

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An antique Chevrolet hot rod moves slowly up University Avenue through the UND campus during the UND homecoming parade on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022.
Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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GRAND FORKS — UND's annual Homecoming Week reached a high point Saturday with the annual homecoming parade — a high point, that is, that later was surpassed by the football team's win a few hours later at the Alerus Center.

It was a culmination of a week of festivities, at UND and also throughout the community.

And after the parade concluded, UND earned a 48-31 win over No. 7-ranked Missouri State in front of 10,000 fans at the Alerus Center.

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The UND Fighting Hawk mascot high-fives children along University Avenue during Saturday's homecoming parade.
Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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UND space studies student Tarun Bandemegala (space suit) and aerospace student Wes Van Dell pose for a photo with Savannah Waters, left, and Hally Monette at Saturday's UND homecoming parade.
Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

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