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NDSU Throwers Dominate Day One of Summit League T&F Championships

The Bison men and women lead the field after one day

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State women’s track & field team got off to a strong start on the first day of the Summit League Outdoor Championships, winning two of the four events contested on Thursday. NDSU leads the women’s team race with 74 points, and South Dakota is second with 63. Bison senior Katelyn Weimerskirch captured…

NDSU Gives Back During Move Out Week

One student's trash may be another student's treasure during move out week

FARGO, ND — While finals may be coming to an end, another stress begins. It’s move out week. “We should probably put the guitar first,” one NDSU student said as they packed up. The semester may be over for some students, but now they tackle a new test. Fitting everything into a car. “I had to get rid of my mirror,”…

NDSU Housing Development Hits City Planning Snag

The current design stretches over the block's alley way

FARGO, N.D. — Homes are torn down to make way for a $23 million college student housing complex near NDSU. But a Fargo City Commission vote has caused construction to hit a snag. Just a few months ago, the 1600 block of 12th Street North, Fargo was lined with houses. The NDSU Foundation has been buying and renting out homes…

Bison Softball Embracing Underdog Role

NDSU has won seven conference titles in last nine years.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – North Dakota State (24-30) is the No. 2 seed and is scheduled to play either No. 3 Western Illinois (20-30) or No. 6 South Dakota State (19-34) at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11, in the Summit League Championship opener at the Ellig Sports Complex. The Bison are making their ninth straight tournament appearance and have…

Student Robot Projects Day at NDSU

Computer Science Students at NDSU Present Their Semester Long Robot Projects

FARGO, ND — Computer Science students at NDSU have released the robots! Students presented their semester-long projects and then had the opportunity to try out their peers projects. Some of the projects included ground robots, robots that connect with one another, robot soccer and drones. The assistant professor of the class says that this project helps prepare students for the…

Oral Roberts Avoids Sweep of NDSU Baseball

Bison leave 9 runners on base in the loss.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles claimed a 4-0 win over the North Dakota State University baseball team in the series finale of a three-game Summit League series Sunday, May 7, at Newman Outdoor Field. With the loss, NDSU falls to 24-22 on the season and 14-10 in league play, while ORU improves to 33-13…

Fargo Police Crack Down During Finals Week

Multiple citations issued for underage drinking

During the final weeks of class, the Fargo Police Department is cracking down on loud parties and underage drinking. Three officers patrolled the area near the NDSU campus on Saturday. It’s an area that police are often called to on noise complaints. They issued minor in possession citations to ten people. Ten citations were given out for selling or consuming…

Pierzchalski’s Walk-off Single Lifts NDSU Past Oral Roberts

R. Pfannenstein throws seven strikeouts for NDSU in victory.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – Junior Mason Pierzchalski hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the North Dakota State University baseball team to a 3-2 win over Summit League-leading Oral Roberts on Saturday, May 6, in the second game of a three-game Summit League series at Newman Outdoor Field. With the win, the Bison improve to…

Bison Baseball Upsets Oral Roberts in Game One of Series

NDSU pounds out 14 hits in the victory.

FARGO, N.D. — The Bison baseball team picked up a huge conference victory at Newman Outdoor Field on Friday night over league leading Oral Roberts 10-7. NDSU recorded 14 hits in the victory. Bennett Hostetler lead the attack with four hits, Mason Pierzchalski added three more and four RBI for the herd. NDSU is back in action Saturday at 1…

Bark in the Park Brings Comfort to Humans and Pets

It's the third year the fraternities have teamed up with the shelter

  FARGO, N.D.–Getting ready for finals can be “ruff”, but winding down doesn’t have to be. Two NDSU fraternities partner with Homeward Animal Shelter to help students take a break. Sigma Nu and Sigma Chi held their third annual “Bark in the Park” fundraiser. The animal shelter brought along some furry friends to campus and students also brought their own…