North Dakota State

Tough Non-Conference Schedule Prepares NDSU Softball for Summit League

Bison Host IUPUI in a series beginning on Saturday

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State softball (15-21, 3-0 SL) is scheduled to host IUPUI (13-20, 3-0 SL) for the Bison’s first home series of the season. The Bison have won four in a row, including a series against Fort Wayne to kick off Summit League Play. At times, NDSU’s offense has struggled to get going, but head coach Darren…

NDSU Baseball Comes From Behind for Home-Opener Win

Bison rally back from down 3-0 to take down Minot State 7-4

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State University baseball team rallied from an early three-run deficit to defeat the Minot State University Beavers, 7-4, in the 2017 home opener Wednesday, April 5, at Newman Outdoor Field. With the victory, the Bison improve to 12-16 overall while the Beavers drop to 14-8 on the season. Senior Ben Petersen went 3-for-4…

NDSU’s Plankers is ‘Beat Up,’ Participates in Pro Day Anyway

Jack Plankers one of three former Bison linemen who participated in Pro Day.

FARGO, N.D. — Many former Bison have dreamed of continuing their football careers after hanging up the green and gold, but the wear-and-tear of a football season can get to some players. Jack Plankers was one of those players who suffered from the physicality of a long football season, leaving him unsure if he wanted to hang up his football cleats…

Former Bison Participate in Pro Day

King Frazier, Zack Johnson and others perform in front of scouts.

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU Bison football program held the annual pro day for former Bison players at the Dacotah Field bubble. Former Bison King Frazier, Zack Johnson, Landon Lechler and more were strutting their stuff for the chance to impress the pro football scouts. Members from nearly a dozen NFL teams showed up to assess the former NDSU athletes…

Offensive Line Vacancies Leave Big Hole for NDSU Football

Bison graduate three starter's from last year's team

FARGO, N.D. — One of the biggest holes North Dakota State’s football team has to fill this season is from the guys who are supposed to make holes, the offensive linemen. The Bison lose three starters to graduation for the 2017 season, and with three large holes to fill, head coach Chris Klieman is shuffling some people around to experiment with the…

Bison Focusing on Depth as Spring Practice Begins

NDSU returns 16 starters on offense and defense.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football began its spring football practice at Dacotah Field inside the dome on Wednesday. The Bison return 16 starters on offense and defense from last season’s team which made it to the FCS semifinals. One starter knows how much work it takes to get back to a FCS title game. “We weren’t the best team in…

NDSU Football Gears up for Spring Practice

Bison begin first of 15 practices on Wednesday

FARGO, N.D. — The first of 15 spring practices for North Dakota State’s football team is on Wednesday. The Bison are back to the gridiron without the title of ‘defending National Champions’ for the first time since 2011. There are 16 starters returning to the Herd from last year, but head coach Chris Klieman says this is not the time…

Coach of the Week: NDSU Men’s Basketball Coach Dave Richman

Dave Richman led the Bison to a 19-11 record and is the KVRR Coach of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State men’s basketball coach Dave Richman is the KVRR Coach of the Week. Richman led the Bison to a 19-11 record, which included an 11-5 record in the Summit League. The Herd failed to make the Summit League Tournament final for the first time in five seasons, despite entering the Tournament as the No. 2 seed….