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WBB: Bison and Fighting Hawks Postseason Bound


FARGO, N.D. — Selection Sunday took place last night announcing the field of the NCAA Tournament for the Men and Women, but there are a few other postseason tournaments. North Dakota and North Dakota State’s Women’s teams will be playing in them.   NDSU is set to play in their first postseason tournament since becoming a division I program. The…

WBB: Fighting Hawks Soar to Victory over Roos.


GRAND FORKS, ND– Claire Orth’s 16 points leads the Fighting Hawks to a senior day win over the Roos. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Fighting Hawks Women’s Basketball, north dakota, NORTH DAKOTA FIGHTING HAWKS BASKETBALL, UND Fighting Hawks, UND Women’s Basketball

UND’s Skokna Ready To Take On Bigger Role in Offense

Senior coming off two starts last season

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota finished top five in the Missouri Valley football conference averaging 163 yards per game  and 14 touchdowns. Luke Skokna  along with Isaiah Smith will be a the head of the production this season after Otis Weah left the program. While Weah accounted for nine of those scores, Skokna has seen significant reps in the…

UND Football Welcoming Challenge of Nebraska Week One

First time playing Big Ten Opponent since 1975

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota football opens up their season on the road against Nebraska. It’s the first time the Fighting Hawks are playing a Big Ten opponent since 1975. The capacity of Alerus Center is 21,000. At Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, it’s 90,000. Head coach Bubba Schweigert and the rest of the team know the challenge that lays…

UND’s Schuster Adding More To Game in Year Three As Starting Quarterback

Tommy Schuster has incorporated using the legs more in pocket

GRAND FORKS, N.D — Year nine for North Dakota football under the watch of head coach Bubba Schweigert. After making the playoffs in back-to-back seasons, the Fighting Hawks were left out of the field last year after four Missouri Valley games were lost by one possession. Veterans like third year starting quarterback Tommy Schuster remember those emotions and has now…

Report: Scholarship pulled from former UND running back after sex assault allegation

Otis Weah GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR-KNOX) – A Missouri newspaper says Missouri State has rescinded a scholarship offer to former UND running back Otis Weah of Moorhead, after he was accused of sexual assault at UND and banned from the school for five years. The News-Leader of Springfield credits multiple sources who requested anonymity. The paper says, after it reported…

UND Men’s Basketball Lands Mr. Kansas Basketball

Elijah Hayes from Topeka West commits to Fighting Hawks

GRAND FORKS, N.D — For the second straight year, North Dakota men’s basketball head coach Paul Sather lands a top recruit from another state. Mr Kansas basketball Elijah Hayes joins the squad this fall. The guard set the single season points record with 581 and scoring average with 23.5 per game. Hayes provides some more offense to a Fighting Hawks…

Waletzko Looking to be UND’s First NFL Draft Pick Since 1999

Projected mid-round pick in April's Draft

GRAND FORKS, N.D — Standing 6-foot-8, weighing in at 312 pounds, and starting since his sophomore season, Matt Waletzko has body and body of work to draw interest from NFL scouts. He was one of the first selections to the senior bowl. With draft projections showing Waletzko to be taken as early as the 3rd round, yesterday was an opportunity…

UND’s Waletzko Shines at Pro Day

Performed for 23 NFL Scouts in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D — North Dakota football has produced some CFL talent as of late, however this year the NFL has its eye on one player from the offensive line. Matt Waletzko was at the top of the list of UND’s draft prospects. The 6 foot 8 312 pound tackle went through a variety of individual drills to show off…

UND takes series opener over Western Michigan 2-1 in final home stand

NUMBER 7 NORTH DAKOTA hosting number 6 Western Michigan in their regular season home SERIES finale at the Ralph, so you know that crowd is going to be rocking!

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR)- Ashton Clader  strikes first early in this one to put the Fighting Hawks up one- zero.   Western Michigan would come out of the break aggressive and light the lantern to tie the game.   Matteo Constatini would help the Hawks soar to victory with a goal to put them up 2-1 for the series opener….