Spencer Waege

Bison Bounce Back With Shutout Win

NDSU scored all 25 of their points in the 1st half en route win over Missouri State on Saturday afternoon

SPRINGFIELD, MI (KVRR) – NDSU Football hadn’t lost back to back games since 2009. They kept that stat in the past after today’s win at Missouri State to round out a two-game road trip. The Bison wracked up over 400 yards of offense, scoring all 25 points in the first half. Code green didn’t allow a single score, holding the…

Waege Returning from Injury Healthy for Bison Football Spring Season

Defensive end Spencer Waege missed the summer & fall with broken foot

FARGO, N.D — When North Dakota State football takes the field this spring, a key part of their defensive from years past makes his return. After breaking his foot and missing the fall defensive end, Spencer Waege is back feeling at his best. In two seasons as a starter, the junior has been an All-American and second on the team…

Lance, Watson Highlight Eight Players Named to Hero Sports Preseason All-MVFC Team

List also includes Dillon Radunz, Cordell Volson, Michael Tustie, Spencer Waege and Jackson Hankey

FARGO, N.D. — Hero Sports came out with its Missouri Valley Football Preseason All-Conference team and eight NDSU players highlight the list. On offense, its quarterback Trey Lance, receiver Christian Watson, tight end Noah Gindorff and offensive lineman Dillon Radunz and Cordell Volson. Lance is coming off being the FCS Player of the Year, Watson led the team in receiving…

NDSU Football: Defense/Special Teams Picking Up Offense in Struggles As Team Works Toward Championship Appearance

Offense held to no touchdowns in Quarterfinals

FARGO, N.D. — As North Dakota State football looks ahead to its match-up with Montana State on Saturday in the FCS Playoff semifinals, the offense wants to improve on finishing out drives in the red zone. The Bison were held without a touchdown for the first time since 2002 and under 10 points for the first time since 2014. The…

NDSU Football Staying Focused on Winning Dakota Marker Despite Outside Noise

Last time Bison played in Brookings was last loss

FARGO, N.D. — Besides Frisco and the FCS Championship, the one other week circled on Bison fans calender’s is the week leading up to the Dakota Marker game between North Dakota State and South Dakota State. Besides the outside distractions of a trophy to bring home, the undefeated season, the number one ranking, the homecoming for many Bison players from…

Bison Searching for Production at Defensive End after Three Players Graduate

The once-deep position group of defensive end saw three players graduate after 2018.

FARGO, N.D. — Perhaps a debate that will carry on for several years is whether NDSU had a better football team in 2013 or 2018. Ask any coach from last year, and they will praise the great depth at defensive end. The D-ends kept the quarterbacks off balance, they contained the opposing run game and consistently dealt out plays for…

NDSU DE Spencer Waege Earning Bigger Role On the Team

Waege had a big game to open the season against Cal Poly

FARGO, N.D. —┬áIn North Dakota State’s season opener against Cal Poly, the Bison got a glimpse at some of the newer crop of potential studs. The backups got work in after the game was out of control, and they didn’t disappoint, shutting out the Mustangs in the second half. One of the biggest defensive stands came after a fumble set…