Senior Tribute

Senior Tribute: NDSU Baseball’s Bennett Hostetler

The senior shortstop reflects on his NDSU Career

FARGO, N.D — North Dakota State Baseball was just about to open up Summit League play on the road at Omaha before the news of cancellation of the remainder of spring sports came down due to COVID-19. The Bison had eight seniors who saw their collegiate careers come to a possible end including shortstop Bennett Hostetler. “We got a text…

Senior Tribute: NDSU Softball’s Montana DeCamp

Bison Softball Shortstop looks back on collegiate career

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State Softball was gearing up for a road trip to the west coast when the news of COVID-19 canceled the rest of their season ending what might be the end of four seniors collegiate careers. What turned into a normal team meeting quickly became a surreal moment for shortstop Montana DeCamp. “I was sitting next…

Senior Tribute: NDSU Wrestling’s Cam Sykora

Sykora reflects on his four years at NDSU

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State Wrestling tied a program record for having six wrestlers qualify for the NCAA championships that never happened due to the cancellation of the event because of coronavirus. One of those six qualifiers was senior Cam Sykora, who was going to making his fourth consecutive appearance in the championships. “All the work we put in,…

Senior Tribute: NDSU Men’s Basketball’s Tyson Ward

Tyson Ward reflects on his time as a Bison

FARGO, N.D. — On March 10th, North Dakota State men’s basketball won back-to-back Summit League Championships to earn their spot in the field of 68 and the NCAA Tournament, two days later, that chance came to an unfortunate halt when NCAA president Mark Emmert canceled the big dance. “Sad. Not traumatized but you know you work so hard all year…

Senior Tribute: Concordia Softball’s Betsy Asp

With COVID-19 cancelling all levels of ncaa spring sports, kvrr sports tributes those who didn't get to finish what they started

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It hasn’t been the easiest of roads for Concordia Softball’s lone senior Betsy Asp. Concussions ended both her freshman and sophomore seasons then junior year tore cartilage in her knee dung spring play in Florida before deciding to have surgery and become fully healthy for this season. On the field, Asp had just 17 at bats this…