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WBB: NDSU Scores 103 Points En Route to Victory on Senior Day


FARGO– Heaven Hamling scores a game-high 29 points as the Bison defeat the Golden Eagles 103-86 on senior day. The Bison (16-10) will finish the regular season with two road games: @St. Thomas on Feb 23, and @Western Illinois on Feb 25.   Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: NDSU, NDSU athletics, NDSU Bison, NDSU Women’s Basketball, Summit League Basketball

NDSU attracts dozens for games and free candy

It's no secret kids love costumes and candy and thankfully, there was plenty of both at Boo at NDSU.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — “The children are having a great time connecting with our athletes, fraternities and sororities, our residence hall groups and just the students that are here to welcome them, they’ve been so excited,” said Leadership Development and Residency Personnel Jen Kacere. Kids racked up on all kinds of candy, played games and were given free admission to…

Bison Nation Rejoices In Meeting Teams In Person On Fan Day

The NDSU Football and Volleyball teams got to greet fans up close as part of Fan Day

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – North Dakota State isn’t forgetting about its staunch supporters. The Bison Football and Volleyball teams hosting their annual fab day in the SHAC parking lot leading up to The Herd’s exhibition soccer game. The festivities included a few games, food and drinks, along with Bison yard signs for the first 1,400 fans there. The players and…

NDSU Breaks Ground On New Track And Field Facility

The $5 million privately-funded complex is set to be completed entirely by the fall of 2022

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – A new Track & Field facility is coming to NDSU. Ground has broken on the privately-funded $5 million complex that will be completed in two phases. The first is the track surface and competition area. that includes an eight-lane 400-meter track, three dual-direction pole vault runways, and a pair of duel-direction horizontal jump runways. There will…

Sandra Abston Joins NDSU Women’s Coaching Staff; Reunites With Jory Collins

Abston played for Collins as a grad transfer during the 2015-16 season at Emporia State

FARGO, ND – North Dakota State women’s basketball head coach Jory Collins has named Sandra Abston an assistant coach. Abston recently spent time as an assistant coach in Sweden. She worked for two seasons with the Fryshuset Basket Women’s Division I Team. Prior to the two seasons as an assistant coach, she was the head coach of the Fryshuset Basket Girls…

NDSU Unveils New Football Practice Facility

Construction is expected to start in July and be completed by the Fall of 2022

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – NDSU will have itself a new practice facility. Athletic Director Matt Larsen announced the unveiling of the Nodak Insurance Company Football Performance Complex. They expect to break ground in July and have it be ready for the following fall season. It’ll have a pair of turf fields, 1 indoor and outdoor, operations and storage space, weight…

NDSU Falls To Salukis; First Loss Since Nov. 2017

The Bison fell in their 2nd Missouri Valley Football Conference game of the season to Southern Illinois, 38-14

CARBONDALE, ILL (KVRR) – November 23rd, 2019. That’s the last time NDSU Football was away from home and it came against today’s opponent: Southern Illinois. The Bison returned back to Carbondale only to suffer their first loss since November 4th of 2017. A week after rushing for 243 yards, the Bison were held to just 109, only possessing the ball…

NDSU Men Edge Jackrabbits On Senior Day

The Bison defeated SDSU in a Saturday night affair that became close towards the end

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota State Men’s Basketball team beat South Dakota State, 84-82, on Saturday evening. The Bison honored senior Tyler Witz before the game. NDSU closes out the Summit League regular season on Feb. 26-27 at South Dakota. Categories: College Tags: NDSU athletics, NDSU Men’s Basketball, Summit League Men’s Basketball, Tyler Witz

NDSU Women Drop Weekend Opener To SDSU

The Bison dropped to (9-4) in Summit League play with the Jackrabbits remained undefeated in that department

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota State women’s basketball team went toe-to-toe with 23rd-ranked South Dakota State Friday night before dropping an 86-78 contest. NDSU dropped to 14-5 on the year and 9-4 in Summit League play with the loss, while the Jackrabbits improved to 18-2 overall and 11-0 in league play. The Jackrabbits are ranked 23rd by the Associated…