Montana DeCamp

NDSU Softball Splits Sunday Pair With UND

The Bison dropped the first game before taking the afternoon affair

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota State softball team handled North Dakota, 8-0, in the second game of a Sunday doubleheader, capping the Summit League home schedule for the 2021 season. The Bison will play four games at South Dakota State on May 7-8 before the Summit League Tournament returns to Tharaldson Park on the NDSU campus May 12-15. UND…

Bison Softball Splits Sunday Double Header With USD

NDSU won the morning matchup before dropping the afternoon showdown

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota State softball team split a Summit League doubleheader with South Dakota on Sunday, April 11, winning the opener 3-1 before falling 6-5 in the series finale at Tharaldson Park. Paige Vargas pitched a complete game win for the Bison (12-20, 7-5 Summit) allowing one run on four hits with four strikeouts and one walk…

Three Senior Returns Brings Changes in Roster Management for NDSU Softball

Three of the four seniors will return from last season's roster

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State softball will see three of its four seniors coming back including four-year starters Montana DeCamp, Madyson Camacho and Stephanie Soriano. Lauren Reimers is the only one not to return as she goes for a master’s degree at the University of Minnesota. NDSU currently has 21 on the roster for 2021 and enter into a…

Senior Tribute: NDSU Softball’s Montana DeCamp

Bison Softball Shortstop looks back on collegiate career

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State Softball was gearing up for a road trip to the west coast when the news of COVID-19 canceled the rest of their season ending what might be the end of four seniors collegiate careers. What turned into a normal team meeting quickly became a surreal moment for shortstop Montana DeCamp. “I was sitting next…

Montana DeCamp: Softball Player, Children’s Author

DeCamp wrote book "If I Could Change Math" for Elementary Education Class

FARGO, N.D. — Montana DeCamp is finding success both on and off the field. The junior shortstop is an author. A project she started back in fourth grade and finished as a class assignment for her elementary education major. “In elementary school, I loved math but some of it didn’t make sense right away and I started thinking what if…