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Former Fargo Force Captain Mark Senden Commits To UND Hockey

Senden will join UND's incoming freshman class for the upcoming 2018-19 season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND Athletics) – University of North Dakota Head Hockey Coach Brad Berry announced today that former Fargo Force and Wayzata High School captain Mark Senden has committed to the Fighting Hawks and will join the program’s incoming freshman class for the upcoming 2018-19 season. Senden, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound forward, spent the past two years with the Force in the United States…

Geno Crandall Announces Gonzaga as Transfer Destination

The former UND guard was granted his transfer in June

  GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Former University of North Dakota guard Geno Crandall announced on Twitter today his decision to finish his college career at Gonzaga. Crandall averaged 16.6 points per game to lead the Fighting Hawks last season. He also lead the conference in steals with 67. In a statement posted to Twitter, Crandall said “Taking a look back…

NDSU’s Deng Geu Represents Uganda in FIBA World Cup Qualifying Games

Geu will play for the Ugandan national team in a set of FIBA World Cup qualifying games on June 29-July 1

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State junior basketball player Deng Geu will play for the Ugandan national team in a set of FIBA World Cup qualifying games on June 29-July 1. Uganda takes on Nigeria – the top-ranked African nation – on Friday, June 29, before playing Mali on Saturday, June 30, and Rwanda on Sunday, July 1. All three…

Former NDSU Thrower Alyssa Olin Named Summit League’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year

Olin is the first female athlete from NDSU to be awarded this honor since Whitney Carlson in 2011

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State senior javelin thrower Alyssa Olin has been named The Summit League’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday. Olin became a first-team All-American for the first time in her Bison career with a fifth-place finish in the javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. She opened her 2018 season with a…

Agreement Between NDSU and NDSCS Addresses ND Workforce Issues

NDSU and NDSCS came together in an agreement to make a positive impact on the future workforce of North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU and NDSCS came together in a form of an agreement to make a positive impact on the future workforce of North Dakota. This agreement between the two institutions provides more educational opportunities for students in order to fill available jobs. They are doing this by sharing services, creating bridges between programs at both institutions, and providing a…

KVRR Round Table: NCAA Adjusts College Football Redshirt Rule

The KVRR sports team analyzes the rule change in college football.

FARGO, N.D. — The NCAA amended the red shirt rule to allow players to play in up to four games per year without losing a season of eligibility. Division I college football players will now be able to play in up to four games per season without using a season of eligibility, the NCAA announced Wednesday. The KVRR sports team analyzes the rule change and how…

Concordia Names Rachel Bergeson as Athletic Director

Bergeson was working in an interim role

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Concordia College is ushering in a new era in athletics. The Cobbers removed the ‘interim’ tag from Rachel Bergeson to name her the college’s new Athletic Director. Bergeson was born and raised in Moorhead. She is the daughter of long-time baseball coach Bucky Burgau and has served two separate times as Interim A.D. 13 months ago, Jeff Bretherton replaced…

NDSU’s Klieman Reacts to NCAA Redshirt Rule

Redshirted football players will be allowed to play four games without losing a year of eligibility.

FARGO, N.D. — The NCAA announced a rule change that will affect redshirt freshmen, and actually increase their roles on teams. Beginning this season, players will be allowed to play up to four games while still retaining their redshirt status. This could have big implications for North Dakota State, which had to pull running back Seth Wilson’s redshirt last season due…

Former NDSU Pitcher Sertic to Play in the Netherlands

Sertic will play for Terrasvogels of the Golden League in the Netherlands.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – Former North Dakota State University pitcher Jacquelyn Sertic has signed to play professionally overseas for Terrasvogels of the Golden League in the Netherlands. Sertic is the fifth NDSU softball player to compete professionally, and joins former teammates, all-region pitcher Krista Menke (Italy/Netherlands) and all-region shortstop Logan Moreland (Italy), along with former all-region pitcher Whitney Johnson…

NDSU Football Lands Six on Hero Sports Preseason All-American Teams

UND also had a pair on the preseason all-american teams.

FARGO, N.D. — There still is a ways to go until actual football season, Hero Sports released its preseason All–American teams for the FCS today. The Bison are understandably number one in the preseason poll as the defending national champions, and they also land six players on the All–American lists. North Dakota also gets a bit of recognition as well. Defensive…