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Missouri Valley Football Commissioner Patty Viverito Answers Questions About Upcoming Season

KVRR's Nick Couzin Sat Down with Viverito to discuss plans of a season

FARGO, N.D. — With the college football landscape ever changing especially over the past few weeks with player testing and conferences announce changes, KVRR Sport’s Nick Couzin talked with Missouri Valley Football Conference Commissioner Patty Viverito to get a local perspective. In her role as the Vice President of the Football Oversight Committee, she answered first about where she currently…

Former Force players return to Fargo to coach tryout camps

The camps give local players the chance to make the Force team for the 2020-21 season.

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force has been holding camp all week long. First for prospects, and them for an invite-only tryout camp. It’s a way for local players to get on the ice, learn from former Force players, and have a chance to get scouted and possibly make Fargo’s squad for the upcoming season. Players at the camp are…

Coaches 4 Change: NDSU basketball’s Josh Sash joins social justice organization

The organization is a platform designed by coaches across the country to engage, educate, empower and evolve collegiate student-athletes on issues of social injustices, systemic racism, and the power of voting.

FARGO, N.D. — The topic of racial injustice has come to the forefront across America in recent months. It has led many to begin uncomfortable, yet necessary conversations about race, but it’s also left people with the question ‘How can I do more to help?’ That was the struggle faced by NDSU men’s basketball assistant coach, Josh Sash. “I always…

Bison game against Oregon not happening because of Pac-12 decision

Was scheduled for Sept. 5

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The Pac-12 conference announces it will only play games within its conference in the Fall It ends any chance of the matchiup between North Dakota State and Oregon in football that was scheduled to be played in Eugene in September. NDSU’s Athletic Department was set to make $650,000 by playing the Ducks. The Pac-12’s decision comes…

9-Run Fourth Inning Lifts RedHawks Over Winnipeg

RedHawks now 2-4 on the season

FARGO, N.D. — After being outscored 45-13 by the Winnipeg Goldeyes through the first five games of the season, the bats came alive for the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks on Thursday night at Newman Outdoor Field. The RedHawks put up nine runs in the fifth inning that included by an RBI single from Christian Ibarra, a bases clearing three-run double from Cito…

MLB Drops 2021 Schedule

Opening Day Falls on April 1st

NEW YORK — (AP) Major League Baseball will open the 2021 season on April 1 and hopes to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968. The league released the full schedule Thursday, two weeks before it plans to begin a 2020 season that’s been delayed and shortened by the coronavirus…

Reports: Pac-12 to Only Play Conference Games in 2020; Ending Chance of NDSU-Oregon Game

Both were scheduled to play on Sept. 5

FARGO, N.D. — $650,000 is the amount of money the North Dakota State Athletic Department is expected make by have its football team play Oregon on September 5 in Eugene. That contest could very much be in jeopardy. The Big Ten Conference announced that all non-conference games won’t be played and instead just be played with in the conference if…

Minnesota Twins hold first 2020 inter squad game of Summer Camp at Target Field

Thursday's scrimmage to be streamed online

MINNEAPOLIS – (FOX 9) It was one inter squad game and ultimately will have no bearing on how the season goes, but the Minnesota Twins felt one step closer to actual baseball Wednesday night at Target Field. The Twins big leaguers wore their uniforms, they practiced social distancing from the first and third base dugouts and played four innings under the sun….