Author: Nick Couzin

Force Win Crucial Game For Playoff Standings

Force Beat Team USA U-17 4-2

FARGO, N.D.– The Fargo Force entered tonight’s final home series tied for fourth in the Western Conference standings.  The fourth seed represents home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Tyler Johnson was in net for the Force. Team USA had the first chance of  the game.  Hunter Strand gave them the early lead, 1-0. Force came storming back….

NDSU Softball Using Western Illinois Series as Confidence

Bison remain undefeated in Summit League

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State softball is currently riding a 14–game winning streak including sweeps in their last two Summit League series. However, the last two wins did not come easy. In their doubleheader on Sunday, the Bison had to hold off a late rally by Western Illinois in game one. Then in game two, NDSU trailed and had to…

MSUM Football Holds First Spring Practice

Dragons Kick-Off Season on September 5th

MOORHEAD, Minn. — After going to the postseason for the first time since 1994, MSU–Moorhead football is back practicing. Spring practice is an exciting time for any team being able to get back on the field for the first time in months, however, when the Dragons hit the turf for the first time today, the message from head coach Steve…

Duke’s Coach K Shows Respect for NDSU Basketball

Duke Beat NDSU in Round of 64

COLUMBIA, S.C. — North Dakota State Men’s basketball NCAA Tournament run came to an end last night in an 85–62 loss to number one overall seed Duke. Even in a loss, the result was a promising one. The Bison led for the first 11 minutes of the game and trailed by just four at halftime before the Blue Devils started pulling…

Play of the Week Nominees: March 22

Hawley, Perham Battle for Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — For this week’s DJ Colter High School Play of the Week Nominees, both plays come from the Minnesota Section 8AA semifinal and championship games. Perham’s Finn Diggins finds Jensen Beachy down low with the nice look pass leading to a win over Barnesville and a trip to the championship with Hawley. But is it better then what…

NDSU Players React after Season-Ending Loss against No. 1 Duke

Duke beat the Bison 85-62 in the round of 64

COLUMBIA, S.C. — North Dakota State Men’s Basketball season comes to an end after a 85-62 loss to number one overall seed Duke in the round of 64. The Bison kept pace with Duke in the first half leading for much of the first 11 minutes and trailing by just four at halftime. The Blue Devils became too much in…

Jim Bennett Introduced As Third Manager in RedHawks Franchise History

RedHawks have a new manager heading into 2019 season

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo–Moorhead RedHawks have hired their new manager. The organization announced Jim Bennett as their third skipper in franchise history. Bennett replaces Michael Schlact who resigned last month to take a job with the Milwaukee Brewers organization. Bennett has spent the last five years coaching in the Australian Baseball League with the Perth Heat and Brisbane Bandits…

NDSU Wrestlers Using Experience From Previous NCAA Championships

Bison Hit the Mats on Thursday in Pittsburgh for NCAA Championships

FARGO, N.D. — Four NDSU wrestlers are in Pittsburgh this week to compete in the NCAA championships. It’s a familiar feeling for all four of the Bison qualifiers who are returning to the NCAA’s for either their second or third year. The team knows that this competition provides an energy and atmosphere unlike any other, but the Bison are confident…

NDSU Wrestlers Ready For NCAA Championships

First Matches Start on Thursday

FARGO, N.D. —  Four North Dakota State wrestlers are in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania preparing to compete in the NCAA Championships at PPG Paints Arena. Andrew Fogarty, Cam Sykora, Brent Fleetwood and Lorenzo De La Riva will hit the mats for the Bison. Fogarty, Sykora and Fleetwood are all making their third trips to the championships. De La Riva is going for…

NDSU Men’s Basketball in First Four of NCAA Tournament

Will Play North Carolina Central on Wednesday

FARGO, N.D. — Right off the start of the selection show, Duke was named the number overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Bison followed directly after as a sixteen seed. However, the Bison will have to earn their way to a match up with the Blue Devils. The Herd will play North Carolina Central on Wednesday night in a…