NDSU Basketball

Grant Nelson Declares for the NBA Draft

NDSU Men's Basketball Star Hopes to Play in the NBA

FARGO, N.D. —  Grant Nelson took to social media Tuesday to announce that he will declare for the NBA Draft. Nelson expressed his gratitude for his coaches, teammates, fans, and the city of Fargo in a heartfelt post. The Devils Lake native said that he has had the dream of being a pro basketball player and will chase that dream…

Men’s Basketball: NDSU and UND Win At Home Saturday

UND and NDSU Both Pickup Wins on Saturday

FARGO– North Dakota State Men’s basketball took care of business Saturday afternoon hosting the Denver Pioneers. The Bison defeated the Pioneers 78-70. Boden Skunberg led the way for the Bison with a career-high, 30 points. Grant Nelson played an outstanding game finishing with 13 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists. NDSU is now 8-6 in Summit League play and 11-15…

NDSU Destroys Denver: Stays Unbeaten at Home

North Dakota State Blows Out Denver at the SHAC

FARGO– The Bison set the tone on the first possession defensively forcing the Denver Pioneers into a shot clock violation. The Bison held to Pioneers to just 43 points on their way to their seventh home win of the season and the 71-43 win. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: NDSU, NDSU Basketball, NDSU Women’s Basketball

NDSU Women’s Basketball: Bison Top Tommies

NDSU Defeats St. Thomas 74-56

FARGO– North Dakota State Women’s Basketball is now 2-0 in Summit League play and 8-4 on the season after beating St. Thomas 74-56. After the game, star guard Heaven Hamling discussed where the team is heading into the holiday break. “Just our energy and how much fun we have, it’s different than last year. And we all step up on…

New Look Bison Women’s Basketball Prepares For 2022 Season

NDSU Women's Basketball Looks to Rebound From Last Year's Disappointing Finish

FARGO– North Dakota State Women’s basketball opens their regular season Monday against the Montana Grizzlies. The Bison lost key pieces of last year’s team to graduation but feel this year’s team will be bigger and more athletic as they look to rebound from last year’s 6th place finish in the Summit League. The Bison return only 6 players from last…

NDSU Guards Set to Transfer

Eady to UNT; Cook to Jacksonville

FARGO– Guard Tyree Eady announced that he will be playing his final year of eligibility at North Texas. Eady was a 3 year starter at NDSU and a crucial player defensively for the bison. On offense, Eady averaged 10 points per game and shot just under 39 percent from 3. After careful consideration Tyree decided to join the mean green…

Battle-Tested Bison

FARGO– It has been a wild year for the bison. Sam Griesel had an emergency blood transfusion in December to fix a stomach ulcer. Grant Nelson hyper-extended his knee and suffered a bone bruise missing 4 games. Andrew Morgan missed 13 games with a lacerated spleen. Having overcome adversity on and off the court, the team is now healthy and…

Bison Sweep Hawks in Summit League Opener

NDSU Holds Off Fighting Hawks in Men's and Women's Games

FARGO — The North Dakota State Bison defeated the North Dakota Fighting Hawks 86-76 in their Summit League season opener. The Bison’ women’s team defeated the Hawks in Grand Forks 67-61. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Fighting Hawks Men’s Basketball, NDSU, NDSU Basketball, NDSU MBB, NDSU Men’s Basketball, NDSU Women’s Basketball, UND Basketball