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NDSU Volleyball Comes Up Short Against Omaha, 3-2

The Mavericks hit .579 in the first set and .750 in the second

FARGO, N.D. –(NDSU Athletics) Omaha held off North Dakota State for a 3-2 (25-14, 25-12, 23-25, 22-25, 15-11) Summit League road win on Sunday, Sept. 23, before 774 spectators in the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse. NDSU (2-11, 0-2 SL) is scheduled to travel to Grand Forks and face North Dakota (9-8, 1-1 SL) at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, to start…

NDSU Soccer Blanked By Northern Colorado

NDSU falls to 1-1 on the season.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) — Lexi Pulley’s goal in the 71st minute held up for Northern Colorado in a 1-0 victory over North Dakota State in women’s soccer Friday, Aug. 31, at Dacotah Field. It was the second goal of the year for Pulley, who scored from in the box on an assist from Lindsi Jennings. The Bears evened their record at…

KVRR Round Table: Bison Football Home Opener Preview

NDSU Kicks off season against Cal Poly on Saturday.

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU football team will look to defend its national championship starting Saturday when they host Cal Poly. The Bison bring back a ton of talent on both sides of the field and will be trying to stop the Cal Poly triple-option offense on Saturday. The KVRR sports team breaks down Saturday’s matchup and gives some insight…

NDSU Volleyball Welcomes Five New Faces to the Program

Bison face Seton Hall on Friday.

FARGO, N.D. — After graduating four key players in the offseason, NDSU volleyball spent much of its preseason bringing their newcomers up to speed. The Bison welcomed five new faces to the program, which means the squad is now made up of 10 underclassmen out of the 13 student–athletes on the squad. But even with a young group, the herd is…

NDSU Football Names Captains for 2018 Campaign

Six players earn the honor for the herd.

FARGO, N.D. — Next week is game week for North Dakota State and much of college football. As the Bison look to defend yet another national championship, they’ve named their team captains. There are six players earning the honor for the herd. On the defensive side of the ball, safety Robbie Grimsley was a second–team All–American last year. Levi Jordheim is…

KVRR Round Table: High Expectations Surround the 2018 NDSU Football Season

The Bison clinched their 6th title in 2017

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is set to host Cal Poly in just over two weeks to begin the 2018 football season. The Bison are coming off a 14-1, title-winning season in 2017 and now the expectations are even higher for the green and gold heading into 2018. The KVRR sports team makes their predictions prior to game one. Categories: College,…

Former Bison DeLuca Waived by Tennessee Titans

DeLuca transitioned to TE earlier in training camp.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The first preseason game is in the rear-view mirror for every NFL team. The Tennessee Titans are moving on to their second preseason matchup without former NDSU linebacker Nick DeLuca, who was waived by the team. DeLuca signed with the Titans as an undrafted free agent, but was later asked to switch positions to tight end. DeLuca spent…

Bison Football Throw on Pads For First Time in Fall Camp

NDSU opens the season with Cal Poly.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football threw on pads Tuesday morning at practice for the first time of fall camp. Of course the mantra has not changed with the Bison. Goals are still the same aiming for conference and national titles. This roster could be the best that Fargo has ever seen from the green and gold as the team is really…

Former Bison DeLuca Transitioning to TE with Titans

Tennessee's first preseason game is Thursday at Green Bay.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Former NDSU linebacker Nick DeLuca is fighting for a roster spot with the Tennessee Titans, but on the offensive side of the ball. The Omaha native has been making the transition to tight end for the Titans during training camp. Head coach Mike Vrabel approached DeLuca with the idea of switching to offense to give the former…

KVRR Round Table: NCAA Adjusts College Football Redshirt Rule

The KVRR sports team analyzes the rule change in college football.

FARGO, N.D. — The NCAA amended the red shirt rule to allow players to play in up to four games per year without losing a season of eligibility. Division I college football players will now be able to play in up to four games per season without using a season of eligibility, the NCAA announced Wednesday. The KVRR sports team analyzes the rule change and how…