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NDSU Basketball Will Open Season Against Kansas State

This is the Bison's 10th meeting with a Big-12 Opponent

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU basketball team announced they will open up the season on November 5th against the Kansas State in Manhattan, Kansas. It’s the tenth all-time game against a Big-12 school for NDSU. The last time the Bison defeated one of those Big-12 opponents was in 2014 in an NCAA tournament victory against Oklahoma. Categories: College, Top Sports…

NDSU’s Moton, Larson, Keller Take Home Summit League Track & Field Honors

Akealy Moton won Summit League Outdoor Field Athlete of the year, Don Larson, Stevie Keller Earn Coaching Honors

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – North Dakota State freshman thrower Akealy Moton and head women’s track & field coach Stevie Keller were honored Wednesday by The Summit League for their outstanding performances in the 2019 outdoor track & field season. Moton secured the women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year award following a fifth-place finish in the shot put at the…

QB Hotchkiss to Transfer from NDSU Football Program

Holden Hotchkiss was the backup to Easton Stick in 2018.

FARGO, N.D. — The Bison football team has a scholarship to fill. Quarterback Holden Hotchkiss left the program and intends to transfer, the team announced Monday. Hotchkiss earned the backup job over Noah Sanders last year in fall camp and appeared in eight games behind Easton Stick. In the coming season, the Bison do not have Stick, but they do have…

West Fargo HS Well Represented at NCAA T&F Championships

The Bison have three athletes from West Fargo at the NCAA Track and Field Championships

AUSTIN, Texas — North Dakota State has seven student-athletes representing the Bison at the NCAA Track and Field Championships. Of those seven, three are from West Fargo High School: Alex Talley (shot put, hammer throw), Akealy Moton (javelin, shot put) and Amanda Levin (Heptathlon). “It seems kind of crazy,” Levin said “I actually think it’s really cool that we’re all…

NDSU T&F Looking to Otterdahl for Leadership ahead of NCAA Championships

Payton Otterdahl won two indoor titles earlier this year

Less than a week out from the NCAA Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas, North Dakota State has seven student-athletes competing, three of them in multiple events. All but one of those is a throwing event, prompting throws coach Justin St. Clair to be named the Midwest Region’s Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year. This is the sixth regional honor…

Two More NDSU Throwers Earn NCAA Championships Berth

Payton Otterdahl placed second in the discus and Brendan Artley took 12th in the Javelin

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Payton Otterdahl kept his discus title hopes alive on Friday when he took second in the event at the NCAA Track and Field West Prelim. Otterdahl threw 59.61 meters, finishing behind Dotun Ogundeji by 0.7 meters. Freshman Brendan Artley barely makes the cut for nationals by taking the final spot with his 12th place finish in the…

NDSU Sends Three to Nationals on First Day of NCAA Track & Field Prelims

Akealy Moton, Bailey Retzlaff and Alex Talley all earned spots at Nationals

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — North Dakota State earned three berths in Nationals for NCAA Track and Field. The top 12 in every event move on. Freshman Akealy Moton was ranked 24th in the women’s javelin entering competition, but she threw a personal best 50.56 meters to take sixth. Teammate Kari Wolfe just missed out with a 17th-place finish. In the women’s…

Retzlaff, Talley Preparing for Multiple Events at West Track & Field Prelim

NDSU has 22 student-athletes competing for a shot at Nationals

The next stage of competition for collegiate track and field is the East and West Preliminaries. North Dakota state has 22 student-athletes competing at the west prelims this week, and five of those athletes are competing in multiple events. Throwers Bailey Retzlaff and Alex Talley each have a very real possibility of earning a trip to nationals in both events….

Davies WR/CB Ty Satter Verbally Commits to NDSU

Satter made the announcement on Twitter Thursday night

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football secured its first verbal commitment of the 2020 season. Davies wide receiver/cornerback Ty Satter announced on Twitter his commitment to play for the Bison. Satter’s dad, Tony Satter, is in the NDSU Hall of Fame for his playing days as a running back. He graduated as the second-leading career rusher in program history…