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COLLEGE CLIPBOARD: UND to create speakers bureau...CC loses top recruit;

Athletics UND to create speakers bureau UND has created an Athletics Speakers' Bureau, a new initiative that is designed to expand the reach of Sioux athletics. The primary goal is to allow UND coaches and administrators the opportunity to speak ...

Athletics

UND to create speakers bureau

UND has created an Athletics Speakers' Bureau, a new initiative that is designed to expand the reach of Sioux athletics.

The primary goal is to allow UND coaches and administrators the opportunity to speak in front of as many fans and supporters as possible.

The bureau will make requests for coaches and administrators for these engagements a much easier and streamlined process, with an online submission form available at fightingsioux.com. This is a free service to civic, professional and educational entities.

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Football

Bison suspend Sczepanski

after DUI arrest

FARGO -- The North Dakota State football team has suspended linebacker Blake Sczepanski from the team indefinitely after his arrest for driving under the influence, according to a press release issued by the school on Tuesday.

Bison coach Craig Bohl said Sczepanski's status will be determined after going through the university and legal process.

"Blake will not be on our roster at the start of fall camp and his time away from the program will be significant," Bohl said.

Sczepanski, a 6-foot, 224-pound sophomore from Stephen, Minn., played in eight games in 2008. He had 12 tackles.

Hockey

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CC loses top recruit;

DU's Wiercioch to return

Colorado College's top recruit, defenseman John Moore, signed with the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday, giving up his college eligibility.

Moore, a first-round draft pick this June, would have tied for the highest pick ever to step foot on the Colorado Springs campus. Instead, he will likely play for Kitchener of the Ontario Hockey League.

Moore played for the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League last season.

Denver defenseman Patrick Wiercioch, meanwhile, says he will return to school for his sophomore season.

Wiercioch, a second-round pick of the Ottawa Senators, nearly averaged a point per game as a rookie for the Pioneers. He had 12 goals, 23 assists and 35 points in 36 games for Denver, which finished second in the WCHA.

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