Mark Senden

Senden, Frisch Embracing Captains Roles With UND Hockey

Senden is captain while Frisch is an assistant

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Senior forward Mark Senden is wearing the C on the jersey as captain for North Dakota hockey while junior defensemen Ethan Frisch is one of three to wear the A as an assistant. Having been in the same role for the Fargo Force both know what the job entails. “I don’t like to yell at guys…

Senden, Frisch Headline Captains for UND Hockey

Senden previously captain for the Force in 2018

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — (UND ATHLETICS) Senior forward Mark Senden has been named the 2021-22 University of North Dakota hockey captain in a vote by his peers on Thursday. Joining him in the leadership group are fellow senior and now two-time assistant captain Jasper Weatherby, senior forward Gavin Hain, junior defenseman Ethan Frisch and sophomore defenseman Jake Sanderson, who will…

UND Hockey Getting Ready to Live the “Pod Life”

Team leaves for Omaha pod on Sunday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — It’s March 7th and you’re feeling pretty good as a North Dakota hockey player winning your last regular season game 5-0 over Omaha and finishing as the number one team in the NCHC, until all was shut down due to COVID-19. Now it’s time for those players to get redemption. UND leaves for the Omaha bubble…

UND’s Thome sparking second-half defensive surge

The junior goaltender did not play at all in the first half of the season.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The past few weeks have been some of the best defensively for North Dakota hockey. The Fighting Hawks are unbeaten in the last five games and have given up just five goals in that span. It seems like everyone on the blue line has done their part to step up and contribute to this success, but…

UND Hockey Focuses on NCHC Play After Finishing With Strong Non-conference Record

The Fighting Hawks went 9-1-1 against nonconference opponents this season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the rest of the regular season, it is all about NCHC play for the University of North Dakota. The Fighting Hawks concluded their nonconference schedule this past weekend with a sweep over Alabama-Huntsville, making their nonconference record 9-1-1. That is the best it has been in five seasons under head coach Brady Berry. It’s something…

UND Hockey Faces Road Test Against No. 1 Denver

The Fighting Hawks have won all seven of their games at home this season, but have yet to win on the road

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota hockey has had no trouble at home this season. They have won all seven games they have played at the Ralph Engelstad Arena and their only lose and tie this year came in their only road series at Mankate. After a five game home stand, the fighting hawks are back on the road where…

KVRR Roundtable: Last Four Games are Critical for UND

The KVRR Sports Team break down the Remainder of the Fighting Hawks Season

FARGO, N.D. — The UND Hockey team has just four games left to play in the regular season. Wins are crucial in each of those games as they try to keep their hopes alive to make it to the NCAA tournament. KVRR’S Sports Team discusses what has and has not been working for the Fighting Hawks and why winning out…

UND Hockey Uses a Fresh Mindset to Get Ready for Denver

The Fighting Hawks play the Pioneers on Friday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — There is plenty of good energy surrounding the North Dakota hockey team after a big 5-1 win on Saturday night against No. 1 St. Cloud State, but it’s a new week, and UND is quickly shifting its focus to Friday’s matchup against Denver. Denver is coming off a disappointing weekend, having dropped its last two games…

Rink Report: UND Looks to Denver After Big Win Against SCSU

The Fighting Hawks Defeated the Huskies 5-1 on Saturday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Saturday was a big night for North Dakota hockey, as the Fighting Hawks downed the nation’s No. 1 team in a 5-1 win over St. Cloud State. That win came just one day after a loss to that same Huskies team in a game that didn’t sit well with UND because of some controversial calls. “We…

Former Fargo Force Captain Ready for UND Debut

Mark Senden is a freshman at the University of North Dakota

GRAND FORKS, N.D. —┬áThe Fargo Force are without their captain from last year, Mark Senden. Senden is at the University of North Dakota, just days away from his first collegiate game. Senden is hoping to play a role in UND getting back to the postseason after the team missed out last year. He won a state title in high school…