The roster devil threw another setback at the North Dakota State women’s basketball team. This time, guard Nicole Vigil went down with an apparent season-ending knee injury Saturday against Western Illinois.RELATED CONTENT
The benefits of conference affiliation for North Dakota State were never more popular for the Bison players this week. They may be 5-7 overall but they’re also tied for first place in The Summit League.
FARGO – The roster devil threw another blow at the North Dakota State women’s basketball team. This time, guard Nicole Vigil went down with an apparent knee injury Saturday against Western Illinois.
It was the third day of March last year and 2,000 fans populated the Bison Sports Arena. It was by far the busiest Monday of the season for North Dakota State, but they were there for another reason besides a women’s basketball game.RELATED CONTENT
The North Dakota State and Western Illinois women’s and men’s basketball games Saturday will be aired by two different television stations.
The Summit League commissioner Tom Douple on Wednesday cautioned his members to wait until the nickname controversy at the University of North Dakota is resolved before moving into further scheduling agreements with the Fighting Sioux.RELATED CONTENT
The holiday break was anything but rest time for the North Dakota State women’s basketball team. The Bison had more issues than a presidential transition team.
There was a time not too long ago when North Dakota State softball was short on funding, recruiting, facilities and victories. Coaches had the longevity of high school superintendents.RELATED CONTENT
New Southern Illinois head football coach Dale Lennon is about halfway through his first spring practice with the Salukis. He’s impressed with the athletic ability of his players and the work ethic of his team.
Memo to the University of South Dakota and the University of North Dakota: Need a way to help cure the Division I transition blues?
North Dakota State heads to its first Summit League Indoor Track & Field Championships today. The destination is Sterling, Ill., and if you’re wondering what Summit school is in Sterling, you’re not going crazy.
Not surprisingly, the emergence of Jerri Penley at center coincided with North Dakota State’s recent six-game winning streak in the Summit League.
The roll call of runners entered in the women’s 800-meter run at the USA Indoor Track and Field Championships this weekend read like a running shoe all-star team. Nike, adidas, Reebok and Brooks Racing Team all have entrants.
University of Missouri-Kansas City plays close to half of its women’s home basketball games at Municipal Auditorium, close to another half at Swinney Recreation Center and two games at Kemper Arena.
The check presented to North Dakota State president Joe Chapman at midcourt of a recent men’s basketball game was so big it probably couldn’t fit into the president’s about-to-be-demolished garage. Then again, that garage got crowded with a couple of bikes.
The traffic around the Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis campus on a January Monday was at a standstill, as is customary around 5 p.m. Getting from one street corner to another took patience.
The reporter trying to track down the whereabouts of Yuen Taufetee called the Butte Community College athletic office in Oroville, Calif., earlier this week. A woman, presumably an office assistant, significantly raised the excitement level of her voice when asked about him.