NDSU Men’s Basketball

NDSU Basketball Programs Head to Summit League Tournament as Three Seeds

Begin Play on Sunday in Sioux Falls

FARGO, N.D. — Its the best month of the year if you’re a college basketball fan. The madness of march begins with postseason tournaments as team’s look to secure their spot in the NCAA Tournament. North Dakota State men’s basketball is hoping to do just that by winning their third consecutive Summit League tournament. Last year the Bison  were the…

NDSU Men’s Basketball in Right State of Mind With What’s On the Line Against South Dakota

Bison could clinch summit league regular season title with series win

FARGO, N.D — It’s another crucial match-up for North Dakota State men’s basketball this weekend. A series win over South Dakota gives them the Summit League regular season title for the second consecutive year. However, it was a meeting that almost did not happen. On Tuesday, the Coyotes had a positive COVID test that would have canceled the series until…

NDSU Men Edge Jackrabbits On Senior Day

The Bison defeated SDSU in a Saturday night affair that became close towards the end

FARGO, ND – The North Dakota State Men’s Basketball team beat South Dakota State, 84-82, on Saturday evening. The Bison honored senior Tyler Witz before the game. NDSU closes out the Summit League regular season on Feb. 26-27 at South Dakota. Categories: College Tags: NDSU athletics, NDSU Men’s Basketball, Summit League Men’s Basketball, Tyler Witz

Summit League Leaders Clash as NDSU Men’s Basketball Gets Ready for South Dakota State

Bison lost their match-up with the jackrabbits earlier this year

FARGO, N.D — With some help from the neighbors up in Grand Forks, North Dakota State men’s basketball is now tied for the Summit League lead after South Dakota was swept by North Dakota during the bye week. This next series it just so happens the Bison face the team they’re tied with in South Dakota State. The last time…

Bison Men Drop Series Finale; Split Weekend Set With Oral Roberts

NDSU Men's Basketball fell 80-74 on Saturday evening

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – The North Dakota State Men’s Basketball fell to Oral Roberts, 80-74 on Saturday evening. It was the Bison’s 9th loss overall but their first at home in three series. They continue their homestand next weekend when they welcome South Dakota State. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Bison Athletics, NDSU Men’s Basketball

NDSU Basketball Programs Grab a Pair of Wins Over Oral Roberts

The Bison men stay unbeaten at home

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State Men’s Basketball stays unbeaten at home with a 61-54 win over Oral Roberts, improving their record to 11-8 on the season. Sam Griesel had 13 points in the victory. Both sides right back it tomorrow in the two-game series. Women’s recap courtesy of NDSU Athletics: The Bison scored the first seven points of the…

NDSU Men’s Basketball Renews Summit League Match-Up With Kansas City

Bison playing UMKC for first time since 2013

FARGO, N.D — Since entering in to Summit League play, North Dakota State men’s basketball has won seven of their last eight games. That includes a series sweep over Denver this past weekend at the SHAC to remain undefeated at home. In the final game of that series against the Pioneers, the Bison were hummin’ shooting 62 percent from the…

Breckenridge’s Christensen Finds New Home With Concordia

Christensen eligible for four years after leaving NDSU Program

MOORHEAD, Minn — After leaving the North Dakota State men’s basketball program in November to focus on his mental health, Breckenridge native, Noah Christensen has found a new home with the Concordia Cobbers. With the Bison, he red-shirted and has all four years of eligibility left once joining the Cobbers for the 2021-22 season. Head coach Tyler Bormann previously coached…

NDSU Basketball Programs Split Night One of Doubleheaders Against Denver

Bison women lost 62-60; Bison men won 70-58

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota State men’s basketball team improved to 6-1 in Summit League play with a 70-58 victory over Denver on Friday night inside the Scheels Center. Bison senior Rocky Kreuser recorded his fourth double-double in the past five games, finishing with 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead all players in both categories. NDSU had three…

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…