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Former Bison PG Shahid Signs Professional Contract

Signed with AB Contern in Luxembourg

LUXEMBOURG, LUXEMBOURG — Former North Dakota State point guard Vinnie Shahid is a professional baller. Shahid has signed a contract with AB Contern of the Total League in Luxembourg. Making it official on his social media. Contern has won the league-four times most recently in the 2007-2008 season. For the Bison, Shahid led the team in scoring the previous two…

State of Athletics: Conversation With NDSU A.D. Matt Larsen

KVRR's Nick Couzin talks with NDSU A.D. Mat Larsen about fall sports move to spring

FARGO, N.D. — As the calendar flips to 2021 it brings a lot of baggage with it especially — in the sports world. North Dakota State athletics is about to take on a massive load as fall sports move to the spring. To give an idea about how the department is welcoming the challenge KVRR’s Nick Couzin talked with athletic…

NDSU Takes Both From UND in Grand Forks

Bison men and women's basketball win in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) Sophomore Jarius Cook and freshman Grant Nelson both scored 13 points to lead the North Dakota State men’s basketball team to a 62-45 road victory over North Dakota on Friday night. The Bison led for more than 37 of the game’s 40 minutes. NDSU made 18-of-21 at the free throw line and did not…

NDSU-UND Women’s Basketball Take Rivalry to Grand Forks for Two-Game Set

Bison have won four of the last five meetings

FARGO, N.D. — The Peace Garden state showdown continues on the hardwood in Grand Forks this weekend as North Dakota and North Dakota State women’s basketball play for the second time this season and first as conference opponents. The Bison have owned this series as of late winning four of the last five including a win in the SHAC back…

NDSU-UND Men’s Basketball Take Rivalry to Grand Forks for Two-Game Set

What to expect from both teams as the match-up approaches

FARGO, N.D. — Last time North Dakota and North Dakota state met in Grand Forks it was a Fighting Hawks buzzer beater by guard Marlon Stewart clinching the dub. However, this time both sides look a lot different. The Bison won seven straight before that meeting and went on to take the Summit League Title. This time around, its a…

Devils Lake’s Nelson Becoming Huge Part of NDSU’s Recent Success

Mr. North Dakota Basketball successfully finding role on men's hoops team

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State men’s basketball is off to a perfect 4-0 start to the summit league season including wins in six of their last seven match-ups. That streak has been welcomed with the arrival of North Dakota Mr. Basketball forward Grant Nelson. Through the first seven games, Nelson had just 16 points. Since then the Devils Lake…

NDSU Hires Mankato’s Beschorner as Running Backs Coach; Larson Moves to Offensive Line

Moves made to fill void of AJ Blazek's Depature

FARGO, N.D. – (NDSU Athletics) North Dakota State University head football coach Matt Entz announced two coaching staff changes Tuesday, Jan. 12, following the recent departure of offensive line coach AJ Blazek to the University of Wyoming. NDSU has hired Minnesota State University Mankato offensive coordinator Joe Beschorner as the new Bison running backs coach. Dan Larson, who has coached NDSU running…

NDSU Football Loses Spring Opponent

Indiana State Opts out of spring season

TERRE HAUTE, Indiana — North Dakota State football has lost an opponent in the upcoming Missouri Valley Conference season. Indiana State has decided to opt out. Both sides were scheduled to play on March 6th in Terre Haute. The Sycamores sighted the short turnaround between the spring and fall as the main reason. In the next nine months, 19 games…

NDSU Men’s Basketball Improves to 3-0 in Summit League

Bison beat Mavericks in home opener 71-69

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State men’s basketball hit the home floor for the first time since last February. Both teams took it down to the wire as the Bison won at the buzzer. Sam Greisel lead the way with 21 points. Rocky Kreuser added 19. Rematch is Saturday night at the SHAC 7:30 p.m. tip-off.   Categories: College, KVRR…

Wentz Needs Time to Decide on Future in Philadelphia

Was benched the final four games of the season

PHILADELPHIA, PA. — Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz needs time away to think about his future with the organization. The 2016 number two overall pick hopes the relationship won’t come to an end. The former Bison was benched the final four games of the season. Both sides have not discussed anything further. General manager Howie Roseman has said the Birds…