FARGO – Offensive lineman Troy Peterson looked the part as he walked off the field Wednesday night at Sid Cichy Stadium.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – Minnesota State Moorhead has canceled its most visible track event. The Ron Masanz Invitational outdoor track meet, slated for Saturday, has been called off due to wet conditions around the track.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – While they lacked style, the two goals Sioux Falls scored in the third period were good enough for Stampede head coach Cary Eades.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – The Concordia Cobbers have selected a familiar face to lead their women’s soccer program.
FARGO – When things got chaotic around Cam Johnson, the Fargo Force goalie remained calm Friday night at Scheels Arena.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – An abnormal spring will have an abnormal ending for the Minnesota State Moorhead football program. The Dragons won’t have their spring game, which was set for Saturday, due to poor field conditions.
Moorhead - When Ben Cousins was in fifth grade, he stepped on the bathroom scale, which gave a reading that spurred him to change. He weighed around 190 pounds.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - The Concordia football team uses a varsity locker room that was built in 1966 and has around 70 lockers – for a program that dresses more than 100 players for home games.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – In his 35 years as Concordia head baseball coach, Bucky Burgau hasn’t seen a spring like this.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Professional bull rider Ardie Maier has broken bones in his neck, lower back and ribs, has had knee surgery and also crushed an eye socket. “I had a bull hit me in the face in Omaha,” Maier said.RELATED CONTENT
Concordia coach Bucky Burgau is going to make certain his baseball team plays this weekend.RELATED CONTENT
Three seasons ago, the Valley City State women’s basketball program hit a low point, losing 23 games and going winless in the conference.RELATED CONTENT
Jessica Rahman could have filled a family scrapbook after Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
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When you watch curling on television, it all looks so simple. A person gracefully lunges forward and glides across the ice. They effortlessly release and direct the rock toward the other end of the ice sheet. Most shots have perfect pace and pinpoint accuracy.
Minnesota State Moorhead head football coach Steve Laqua used a gridiron analogy to describe compiling his first recruiting class with the Dragons. “Sometimes you’ve got to make a two-minute drive at the end of the game to win it,” Laqua said.RELATED CONTENT
It’s early, but 15 games into his tenure as Minnesota State Moorhead head men’s basketball coach, Chad Walthall looks like the right guy for the job.RELATED CONTENT
Kris Nelson isn’t always sure what to make of the technique Corey Ulmer uses when he has top position on an opponent on the wrestling mat.RELATED CONTENT
During the spring of his senior year at Perham (Minn.) High School, Phil Moenkedick was having second thoughts about his decision to go to Concordia to wrestle.RELATED CONTENT
At the start of this season, Concordia head volleyball coach Tim Mosser knew the success of his team would hinge how fast his freshmen would assimilate to the college game.RELATED CONTENT
The Dacotah Bank DAC Bowl was started a couple years ago to showcase teams in Dakota Athletic Conference football.RELATED CONTENT