Keaton Studsrud

Spring Football: Trio of Quarterbacks Competing for UND Starting Gig

The Hawks will compete in their annual Spring Game on Friday, April 13th

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — When the Fighting Hawks took the field last season, there was no question who would be leading the green and white. Now without four-year starter Keaton Studsrud, North Dakota football has some big shoes to fill. “Keaton was great for our program,” head coach Bubba Schweigert said. “His freshmen year, his true freshman year he sacrificed…

UND Seniors Prepare for ‘Emotional’ Regular Season Finale

UND hosts Eastern Washington at the Alerus Center.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. —  UND is finishing its season against some tough opponents with Southern Utah last weekend and Eastern Washington down the stretch as they end Big Sky play and its regular season. But emotions will be focused on senior night as members of the Fighting Hawks play their last game in the Alerus Center. “With it being the last…

UND QB Studsrud Questionable for Sacramento State Game

Brad Heidlebaugh and Andrew Zimmerman shared time last week at quarterback.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND football continues to struggle on the road this season. The Hawks fell at Montana for the team’s fourth consecutive road loss. But they were without a key piece of their offense. Senior Quarterback Keaton Studsrud did not play in the teams 41-17 loss. Sophomore Brad Heidlebaugh and Junior Andrew Zimmerman both saw snaps for North Dakota….

UND Football Wants Fast Start Against Montana State

Fighting Hawks averaging just two points in the first quarter of games this season.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Fighting Hawks football returns to the Alerus Center to begin Big Sky play this Saturday. UND is looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss in South Dakota. The Hawks really struggled to get things going to begin the game getting shut out in the first half. The team is averaging two points per game in the…

UND Football Excited as Fall Practice Begins

Keaton Studsrud: "There was a lot of energy today... We just gotta keep up the energy."

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The fighting hawks enjoyed the cool weather on the first day of football practice as they work their way to the start of the season four weeks from today. The emphasis, as usual with fall camp, is on getting better and also staying healthy. With each new season, leadership roles change and develop, but North Dakota…