Travis Toivonen

Former UND WR Toivonen Signs With New York Giants

Third all-time in receiving for the Fighting Hawks

GRAND FORKS, N.D — Former North Dakota receiver Travis Toivonen has found a new home in the NFL. After getting released by the Seattle Seahawks following the preseason, Toivonen has signed a deal with the New York Giants to join their practice squad. In Seattle, Toivonen had two receptions for 32 yards. Toivonen ranks third all-time in UND football program…

UND Football Alum Toivonen’s Unusual Path to the NFL

Signed with the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Travis Toivonen caught over 130 catches for 1700 yards and 13 touchdowns in four seasons with North Dakota football ranking third all-time in program history, now the receiver is on an NFL roster after signing with the Seattle Seahawks coming in for a workout. “There were three other receivers with me so basically it was a…

UND Football Adjusts to New Offensive System During Spring Practice

The Fighting Hawks learn a new system under first year Offensive Coordinator Danny Freund

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND football began its spring practice this month and is using this offseason to adapt to some changes. It’s the first opportunity the team has had to take the gridiron under new offensive coordinator, Danny Freund. The Fighting Hawks new play caller has UND getting used to a faster offense with players having the chance to…

UND Football Hoping to Turn Things around after Players-Only Meeting

The Fighting Hawks are 1-3 to start the season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — After their second blowout loss in a row, University of North Dakota football players held a players-only meeting to address some of the issues. The captains organized it, trying to pinpoint why they’ve lost by a combined 66 points in the last two weekends. Head coach Bubba Schweigert is glad they’re taking action. “Our leadership is…

Time of Possession Point of Emphasis for UND Football

Montana State possessed the ball for nearly two-thirds of Saturday's game vs. UND

GRAND FORKS, N.D. —┬áReturning home to the Alerus Center did not change things for UND football. The Fighting Hawks’ struggles continued giving up 49 points to Montana State to open big sky play. The Bobcats gained their first win of the season and possessed the ball for about two-thirds of the game. “If you look at the game as a…