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NDSU Men’s Basketball Wins Home Opener Over Mayville State

Bison beat the Comets 93-53

FARGO, N.D. – Senior Tyson Ward scored 21 points to lead the North Dakota State men’s basketball team to a 93-53 victory over Mayville State on Thursday evening inside the Scheels Center. Ward became the 35th Bison to reach 1,000 career points, eclipsing the mark with 17 first-half points. Sophomore Tyree Eady added 13 points for NDSU, and Sam Griesel…

Bison Take Dakota Marker With Win Over SDSU

Bison Outlast Jackrabbits 23-16 in 29th Straight Win

BROOKINGS, S.D. – Adam Cofield’s 71-yard touchdown run with 2:32 left in the game lifted No. 1-ranked North Dakota State to a 23-16 victory over third-ranked South Dakota State on Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Dakota Marker game. South Dakota native Derrek Tuszka recorded back-to-back sacks on SDSU’s last drive to help seal the victory. The Bison improved to 8-0…

Defense Leads Bison to Victory Over No. 4 UC Davis

NDSU defeated the Aggies 27-16

FARGO, N.D. – Safety Michael Tutsie and defensive tackle Cole Karcz each made interceptions in the fourth quarter as No. 1 North Dakota State held on to beat No. 4-ranked UC Davis 27-16 on Saturday, Sept. 21, before a crowd of 18,425 at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Tutsie’s interception at the goal line preserved a 20-16 lead with…

Thousands Come Out to Meet NDSU Athletes for Bison Fan Day

Thousands of people came out to Bison Fan Day to meet the Fall sports teams at NDSU

FARGO, N.D.–Bison fans are showing their NDSU pride and meeting with players they usually only see on TV or on the field or court. Thousands of people came out to Bison Fan Day to meet the Fall sports teams at NDSU. “I got in line starting at 10 am this morning and waiting in line,” said super fan Scott ‘Icon’…

NDSU Football: Offense Plays the Ty Brooks Quiz

Bison Football Players Try to Guess what Ty Brooks favorite rapper is

  FARGO, N.D — At NDSU Football Media Day, KVRR’s Nick asked offensive players to guess what Ty Brooks favorite rapper is. How did they respond? Watch the video to find out! Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Bison Football, NDSU Bison, NDSU Football, Ty Brooks

NDSU Football: Receivers Sproles and Watson Poised To Lead Wide Out Group

In 12 games combined last year, Sproles and Watson racked up 14 receptions for 199 yards and a touchdown.

FARGO, N.D. — There are new faces all over the North Dakota State football roster with only three starters returning on offense from last season. One of the positions that has the most youth are the wide receivers. If you take a look at the depth chart, no receivers graduate until the year 2021. That puts the group in the…

LIVE: The Bison’s NCAA Tournament Run With Bison Illustrated

Magazine Recaps NDSU's Trip To The Tournament

  This year’s NDSU Men’s basketball team had no seniors. Hardly anyone expected them to win their conference tournament, win an NCAA Tournament game and put a scare into the number one team in the country. But they did. Bison Illustrated editor Nolan Schmidt tells Adam Ladwig that maybe we shouldn’t be surprised. This month’s issue is full of stories…

LIVE: Celebrate NDSU’s 7th FCS Title With Bison Illustrated

Commemorative Issue Available Now

  Bison Illustrated editor Nolan Schmidt gives us something to celebrate, another FCS Championship issue for NDSU’s 7th FCS title. This issue features recaps of all 15 Bison victories in their undefeated season. There are profiles of championship athletes and coaches, and interviews with incoming seniors, along with new head coach Matt Entz. Schmidt says the issue is a mix…

NDSU Set to Face UNI’s Tough Defense in First Road Test

UNI shut out their last two opponents

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football has had the luxury of playing under the confines of the Fargodome lights the last four games. But that’s all about to change as the Bison hit the road for the first time this season to take on rival, Northern Iowa. UNI is 2-2 to start the year, and these Panthers are known to pounce on…

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…