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UND’s Scheel Named to NCHC All-Rookie Team

Scheel is second among freshman goaltenders with a 2.07 goals against average

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UND Athletics) — North Dakota freshman goalie Adam Scheel (Lakewood, Ohio) was named to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s All-Rookie Team, announced today by league officials. Scheel has been stellar in net this season for the Fighting Hawks and is among the nation’s leaders in goals-against average and wins among NCAA freshman netminders. Scheel has nine wins…

UND Women Overpowered in Summit League Tournament Semifinal

The Fighting Hawks fell to South Dakota 84-61

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (UND Athletics) – Playing its second game in a 24-hour span, against the first opponent in league history to earn a top-25 ranking on the women’s side, who had only lost four games all season, and had defeated UND by a combined 63 points in the previous two meetings, the sixth-seeded Fighting Hawks gave everything it could…

Summit League Men’s Basketball Tournament Preview

NDSU is the four seed, while North Dakota is the seven seed

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State men’s basketball coach Dave Richman refers to tournament time as the third season. The slate is wiped clean as all eight teams in the Summit League Tournament are three wins away from an NCAA Tournament berth. The Bison match up with Oral Roberts in the first round, a team they beat twice already this…

Frisch Ready to Get Started with Playoff Contender after Trade to Force

Frisch was traded from the Green Bay Gamblers, who are 8th in the Eastern Conference

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force are back home on Friday after playing three on the road last week. The Force are hoping to gain separation in the standings, sitting in fourth place in the western conference at the moment. They have been making moves too. Fargo traded for UND commit and former Moorhead spud Ethan Frisch. Frisch was playing…

Nearly 200 Faculty And Staff At NDSU And UND Seek Employee Buyouts

The limited-time program was offered in late November as a result of budget trimming

FARGO, ND — Nearly two hundred faculty and staff members at NDSU and UND have applied for employee buyouts. The limited-time program was offered in late November as a result of budget trimming. UND announced last month it received 98 applications for buyouts. NDSU has received 69 applications. A determination of who will be included in the early employee buyouts…

NDSU & UND Featured in 2019 Twins Theme Nights

1/2 Courtesy: Minnesota Twins Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Courtesy: Minnesota Twins Show Caption Hide Caption MINNEAPOLIS – The Twins announce their theme nights and North Dakota is featured twice. The June 11th game against the Seattle Mariners is North Dakota State University Night. The July 18th game against the Oakland Athletics is University of North Dakota night. If you get…

UND’s Aerospace Community Day Gives Kids One-of-a-Kind Experiences

Aerospace Day is a way to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in the field

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — If you’re fascinated by flight, UND’s Aerospace Community Day is the place to be. From touring airplanes to control tower simulations to weather broadcasting, kids get to have one–of–a–kind experiences. “We decided to make it a pop-up science museum and open the doors and come together and have an exciting day for kids,” Elizabeth Bjerke, associate dean…

Defense a Focal Point for Struggling UND Women’s Basketball Team

The Fighting Hawks have lost four in a row

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND women’s basketball is hoping to end its four-game losing skid on Friday. The Fighting Hawks will be in Western Illinois. The first of the four consecutive losses came against the Leathernecks, when North Dakota gave up 92 points on January 13. Defense has been a bit of an issue for the team, and it is…

St. Cloud State Nets Two 3rd-Period Goals to Beat UND 3-1

The Fighting Hawks and Huskies wrap up the series Saturday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — North Dakota men’s hockey grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first period against No. 1 St. Cloud State, but the Fighting Hawks were not able to hang on as they drop Friday’s contest 3-1. The Huskies tied the game in the second period and then took the lead for good with 6:27 left in the third….