FARGO – The Summit League softball tournament started at 1 p.m. on Thursday, although for North Dakota State it began a little later than that. It took a two-run triple by a slap hitter to ring the bell.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The game was over for several hours and Ciarra Beckstrand was one of the few remaining people in the Fargodome. It was her job to make sure the North Dakota State football laundry was washed and dried.RELATED CONTENT
Brandi Enriquez hit a two-out, two-run triple on a 3-2 count in the second inning and that got North Dakota State on task.
Fargo - To hear Deborah John describe her home country of Trinidad is a little bit like listening to a travel agency commercial. Words like “tropical” and “sunny” are common.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Bison are hot, they’re playing at home, and they’re the four-time defending Summit League softball champions.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Edgewood Golf Course driving range will be closed today so workers can remove the trap bags that were installed for flood protection.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – One of the longer-running coaching staffs in NCAA Division I men’s basketball has come to an end. North Dakota State assistant Jason Kemp resigned on Tuesday to accept a similar position at the University of Toledo.
FARGO – The title of go-to hitter for the North Dakota State softball team was up for grabs at the beginning of the season. For the first time in his 12 years as head coach, Darren Mueller didn’t have any idea who was the favorite to lead the team.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Summit League membership status of Oakland University (Mich.) has been as cloudy as the weather was Saturday. It seems everybody has the Grizzlies going to the Horizon League, although there has been no official word from the school or athletic department.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The North Dakota State track and field teams are taxing the school’s sports information department these days. Keeping up with the slew of school records has been almost a daily task.
Fargo - The Prairie View A&M Panthers boarded a charter airplane and flew out of Fargo on Saturday night, with the exception of one player. Defensive back Rickey Simpson got a ride on the back of a North Dakota State player.RELATED CONTENT
Fort Collins, Colo. - The final gun sounded and the players from North Dakota State shook hands with the players from Colorado State. The Bison took a direct turn south and headed to their locker room.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The national championship banner was raised to the Fargodome rafters in an Olympic-style moment Saturday night. Lights off. Spotlight on.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Dear Mr. Espegard, Hjelmstad, Hull, Morton, Shaft and Ms. Diedrich and Neset – better known as the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education:RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Hardly a week goes by this time of the season when a football news release from Who Knows Where hits The Forum’s email inbox. They usually go like this:RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The Summit League-standings rally that the softball team from Missouri-Kansas City waged in the last couple of weeks was nothing short of miraculous. It almost defied mathematical logic.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The upper level of Scheels All Sports superstore in Fargo has more fishing gear than once thought imaginable. Take the escalator up, maneuver two right turns and then a left and you’ll find the real-world start to Eric Carlson’s life.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The team is on a 13-game winning streak and has a power ranking one spot ahead of the University of Oklahoma. To those who played baseball for North Dakota State when it was an under-funded Division II program, a manned mission to Mars seemed more likely.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - When it comes to bombshells in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision, it doesn’t get more explosive than what transpired in Missoula, Mont., on Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - The word on the street regarding the North Dakota State baseball team is it has a bunch of players willing to run through a brick wall for one another. The team’s solidarity is that good.RELATED CONTENT