FARGO – With an average of 20 losses per season the last three years – for a program that was accustomed to averaging at least 20 wins a year – North Dakota State head coach Carolyn DeHoff resigned on Thursday, effective after the season.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The final game of last season had a surprising finish for the North Dakota State softball team, if not shocking. After four straight Summit League tournament titles that resulted in four straight NCAA tournament appearances, the Bison were beaten in their own backyard.
FARGO – North Dakota State is going back to Ogden, Utah, to complete its football schedule this fall. The Bison will play at Weber State on Sept. 6 and will have 12 regular season games for the first time in school history.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It was several years ago when Fargo Marathon executive director Mark Knutson figured the growth of the event would start to level off. He’s still waiting.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Bison Sports Arena has seen so many magical women’s basketball moments in its history. A few memories were resurrected Saturday, when several North Dakota State alums were introduced at halftime.
FARGO – The experience of playing NCAA Division I women’s college basketball has outweighed the victories over the course of Miki Stephenson’s North Dakota State career. Thursday was another example.
FARGO – North Dakota State reached another high-water mark in its relatively brief NCAA Division I men’s basketball history. The Bison are fifth this week in the College Insider Mid-Major top 25 poll – their highest ranking yet.
FARGO – It’s become a subject of laughs and good-natured ribbing. These days, the throwers on the North Dakota State men’s and women’s track and field teams are asking this question: Whose turn is it to break the school record today?RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It used to be that Kory Brown’s contribution to the North Dakota State men’s basketball team was hard to tell on the stat sheet. He was all about hustle and defense.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It was no warmup to Saturday’s showdown with Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne. The other hyphenated school from the state of Indiana – Indiana Purdue-Indianapolis – made North Dakota State work for it on Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The North Dakota State men’s basketball players were on a bus from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore last Friday night when they rigged a radio system that would make an engineering graduate student envious. Without access to ESPN2 to watch the NDSU and Georgia Southern semifinal football game, it was the next best thing.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Well, all those Division I Football Championship Subdivision title tickets that were bought in advance are good to go, cowboy. This time, the suburbs of Frisco and Plano, Texas, will probably be better prepared to handle one massive green and yellow party.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The last public picture of Anthony LaVoy was the North Dakota State offensive lineman sitting on the sidelines with a cast on his injured wrist. That was in August. He sort of faded away.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The last conference playoff rematch of this magnitude ended when a man, presumably a North Dakota State fan, jumped on the goal post at Memorial Stadium in Grand Forks before the game ended. He got a blast of mace in the face.RELATED CONTENT
Normal, Ill. - In the last few weeks, this wasn’t working. And then that didn’t go so well. This looked like three years ago.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - One of these years, the governors of North Dakota and South Dakota are going to put some teeth into their wager on the inter-state football game between the two state universities. Dinners are routine and boring. Think of something better.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Not many people know this, but North Dakota State has changed its football schedule next season. The Bison are playing every game on the road.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Travel six miles east of Breckenridge, Minn., on Highway 210 and you’ll run into a house with two flag poles in the front yard. One has the United States flag on it, and the other has a Bison one attached to it.RELATED CONTENT
Sioux Falls, S.D. - The young man wearing hardly anything sprinted on the Howard Wood Field without much resistance from law enforcement, until he carefully jumped a chain link fence. That’s when a security official slammed him for a 5-yard loss.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - There are two major elections that will take place next month. One will decide our elected leaders. The other will decide something more important around here: What teams will make the Division I Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.RELATED CONTENT