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UND SPORTS

UND's regulars are knocked out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but seven are still chasing the Calder Cup in the AHL.
Like many mid-major basketball programs right now, the Fighting Hawks are undergoing a roster change for the 2022-23 season. Here's five things to know about the year ahead.
Warroad's Grant Slukynsky, committed to Northern Michigan, also has been key for the Musketeers.
Sidorski will replace Brady Ferner as the eighth blue liner on the Fighting Hawks' roster. Ferner is expected to sign a pro contract.

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Hoosman played for the Panthers for four seasons. The running back is a graduate transfer with one season of eligibility remaining.
There are fewer than 2,300 seats available for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in October.
The Fighting Hawks have finished first in attendance for eight-straight seasons.
Fohr has become renowned for his work in developing young defensemen.
The Fighting Hawks are looking to expand the scope of broadcast coverage.
Apart from transfer Kenny Golladay, Waletzko is UND's first NFL Draft choice since 2006 (Chris Kuper).

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Waletzko has been projected anywhere from a second round pick to seventh round.
Kuper, taken by the Denver Broncos in the 2006 NFL Draft, is the last UND player to be selected apart from Kenny Golladay, who transferred to Northern Illinois after two seasons in Grand Forks. UND offensive lineman Matt Waletzko is looking to join the list this weekend.
Buckner intercepted five passes last season, finishing fourth in the country in interceptions per game.

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