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NDSU Track & Field Features 27 entries at NCAA West Preliminary

Payton Otterdahl leads the way with a No. 2 ranking in the shot put and discus

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State men’s track & field team has qualified 14 entries for the NCAA West Preliminary Rounds, it was announced Thursday, May 16. A total of 11 Bison men will compete, with three entered in a pair of events. The meet will be held at Hornet Stadium in Sacramento, Calif., on May 23-25….

Davies WR/CB Ty Satter Verbally Commits to NDSU

Satter made the announcement on Twitter Thursday night

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football secured its first verbal commitment of the 2020 season. Davies wide receiver/cornerback Ty Satter announced on Twitter his commitment to play for the Bison. Satter’s dad, Tony Satter, is in the NDSU Hall of Fame for his playing days as a running back. He graduated as the second-leading career rusher in program history…

Shanley HS Student Wins Top Prize in Heartland Chevy Dealers Scholarship Program

Hailey Giauque was awarded the top prize of $5,000 for her academic, athletic, and service work

FARGO, N.D.– A Shanley High School student is being recognized for her work through the Heartland Chevy Dealers Scholarship Program. Hailey Giauque was awarded the top prize of $5,000 for her academic, athletic, and service work. She was presented the award at the Gateway dealership in Fargo. Hailey is one of 10 students who won a prize through the 2019…

Sandy’s Donuts Plans to Keep Ownership in the Family

Jeff Ostlund, son of the current owner, is planning to one day take ownership

WEST FARGO, N.D.– Sandy’s Donuts is keeping its ownership within the family by making plans to add a third generation to the mix. Jeff Ostlund, son of current owner Mark and grandson of original owner Sandy, is training to be the next owner of the donut shop chain. Jeff just graduated with a business management degree from NDSU. Sandy’s has…

NDSU Graduates Excited to Finally Receive Their Diplomas

With all the work that gets put into earning a degree, it's no surprise that graduation ceremonies are filled with emotions and feelings of accomplishment.

FARGO, N.D.– NDSU is graduating more than fourteen hundred seniors at the spring 2019 commencement ceremony. With all the work that gets put into earning a degree, it’s no surprise that graduation ceremonies are filled with emotions and feelings of accomplishment. “It’s really exciting,” said Associate Registrar, Jackie Schluchter. “I’ve been able to see some students that I’ve known as…

NDSU Men, Women Sweep Summit League Track & Field Championships

The Bison women won their 12th title in a row, while the men picked up their 10th in a row

MACOMB, Ill. (Summit League) –The North Dakota State men’s and women’s teams extend their league record win-streak by sweeping the team titles at The Summit League Outdoor Track and Field Championships Friday at Hanson Field.   Final Standings For the 12th consecutive outdoor season, the Bison women earned the league crown with a total of 255 points with South Dakota…

NDSU Architecture Students Show Talent Through Bird House Project

Select students in the program won awards for their houses

FARGO, N.D.– NDSU architecture students are being acknowledged for their work. Select students in the program won awards for their bird houses at the 7th Annual Architecture for the Birds reception. The students were judged on their craftsmanship, design, and livability for a North American nesting bird. Three honorable mentions and winners for first, second, and third place were awarded…