NDSU Bison Baseball

NDSU Baseball Heading in to Postseason with Right Mentality

Head to Tulsa as number one seed in Summit League Tournament

FARGO, N.D — For the first time in the program’s history, North Dakota State baseball won the Summit League regular season title. As the team heads to Tulsa for the conference tournament it allows them to defend their championship with the top seed. Despite dropping their final game of the regular season to Western Illinois, the Bison were able to…

Battle-Tested Bison Ready for Playoffs

Top Seed Bison Ready For Summit League Tournament

FARGO– NDSU baseball wrapped up the one seed for the summit league tournament on Friday night and took the series 2 games to 1 to finish their regular season. The Bison only played two home series all year this season but still managed to secure the league’s best in conference record at 17 and 5. The team’s success came from…

NDSU Baseball Playing Resilient Over Final Stretch Of Season

Bison have won six straight in Summit League Play

FARGO, N.D — “I told the guys if you can sweep a team regardless of who you’re playing, where you’re playing it’s very difficult to do.” In the first home conference series of the season against northern Colorado, North Dakota State baseball scored 33 runs, came from behind in all three games and tallied 41 hits including a record 21…

NDSU Baseball’s Loven Been “Mr. Reliable” As No.1 Starter

Loven continues to be the ace for the Bison Staff

FARGO, N.D — In four full seasons as one of three starters for North Dakota State baseball, Max Loven,  has established himself as a reliable left-handed arm pitching in 41 games throwing over 236 innings and is just seven  strikeouts shy of 200 for the career. Having more wins than losses, it’s about staying in a consistent routine to lock…

Local Talent Playing Key Part in NDSU Baseball’s Success This Season

Calen Schwabe and Tristen Roehrich helping Bison to first place in Summit League

FARGO, N.D — With over 22 thousand miles of bus trips, 48 thousand total including air travel, hearing news of another cancelation or series being moved away from home is nothing new for North Dakota State baseball. In fact, its something they’re use to by now. Going on games 37-38-39 on the road this weekend, the Bison have made the…

NDSU Baseball Using Schedule Changes As Motivation

Bison on top of the Summit League Standings

FARGO, N.D — Despite not being able to host a home game yet this season, North Dakota State baseball is in first place in the Summit League with a 19-10 record, unphased by their unpredictable schedule. “We don’t really have a routine, everything is changing and stuff, our practice is changing but we don’t wanna make any excuses,” second baseman…

NDSU Baseball Series Moved to St. Thomas

Doubleheader Saturday; Finale Sunday

FARGO, N.D — Bison Nation will have to wait another week to see some home baseball action. This weekend’s series against St Thomas has been moved to St Paul. The three-game series will be a doubleheader Saturday with the finale on Sunday. The Herd have won 9 of their last 10 games owning a 17-9 record. The Tommie’s are 4-17…

“Brought What is the Bison Culture Today” Former Bison Harm Reacts to Tod Brown’s Depature

Coach of 14 years taking manager job at New Mexico

FARGO, N.D. — After 14 years at the helm of North Dakota State baseball Tod Brown is moving on. The head coach goes to the southwest and takes over at New Mexico. Brown is taking quite the resume  with him.. His 341 wins is second most in program history. The Bison are coming off a historic season reaching 42 wins…