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Grovers volleyball gets past North Sargent at ND Class B, Region 1 tournament PressPass

KINDRED, N.D. – Fargo Oak Grove’s volleyball team is hoping this is the year to win its first North Dakota Class B, Region 1 championship since 1999.


Oak Grove tops North Sargent in region volleyball opener PressPass

Central Cass tops Oakes in Region 1 volleyball opener PressPass

Schnepf: Bison must adjust to life without leader Olson PressPass

Fargo - Grant Olson knew something was wrong. “I could tell my knee twisted in a way it had never twisted before,” Olson said.


It's official: Grant Olson suffers ACL knee injury, will miss the rest of the season for NDSU's football team PressPass

FARGO - It's official. Grant Olson has suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee which will end his season and career for North Dakota State's football team.


Olson will not play while Williams could play in NDSU's next football game PressPass

FARGO - Grant Olson will not play while Marcus Williams could play in North Dakota State's football game Saturday at Youngstown State of Ohio.

Bison men roll to 93-49 season-opening victory PressPass

FARGO - North Dakota State's men's basketball team, picked to win this year's Summit League championship, opened its season Friday night with a commanding 93-49 win over NAIA team Viterbo, Wis., at the Bison Sports Arena.


Bison women roll to 112-62 win over Mayville State PressPass

FARGO – Tired of watching games, Brooke LeMar made the most of her debut for North Dakota State’s women’s basketball team Friday night.

Spuds advance to state in volleyball PressPass

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – They always say the third time is a charm.

Moorhead tops Alexandria for section volleyball title PressPass

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - After losing to Alexandria twice during the regular season, Moorhead picked the right time to beat the Cardinals Friday night with a 23-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-15 win to claim the Minnesota Class 3A, Section 8 volleyball championship.

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Schnepf: Gophers have been late on every coach, including Miles PressPass

FARGO - Tim Miles has always had that charm of winning people over – including the scribes and talkers of the Minneapolis media. Perhaps it was just wishful thinking when the Minneapolis Star Tribune floated Miles’ name as a possible candidate for the Minnesota Gopher men’s basketball job.


Schnepf: Twins opener was cold, but it wasn't the coldest PressPass

Minneapolis - The late, great Johnny Carson – king of late-night comedy – was not adverse to joking about cold weather.


Schnepf: Despite the losses, DeHoff has support of NDSU women's AD PressPass

Fargo - The last time a football team and a men’s basketball team at North Dakota State had three straight losing seasons, the Beatles had their first No. 1 hit single, “Please Please Me.”


Schnepf: Bison could have used Braun in loss PressPass

Fargo - Still wearing a boot on his right foot to protect a broken bone, Taylor Braun managed to throw up a couple of 3-pointers in pregame warmups Thursday. He made one of them.


Schnepf: State wrestling tournament fits in at Fargodome PressPass

Fargo - Travis Lang returns to the Fargodome this week fully expecting to relive some fond memories he experienced in the facility nine years ago.


Schnepf: Wyndmere-Lidgerwood's Illies makes it official with Bison PressPass

Fargo - As peculiar as it may seem, Jeff Illies was debating whether to play college football at North Dakota State or Minnesota State Moorhead.

Schnepf: Jackrabbits continue home success against Bison PressPass

Brookings, S.D. - It was 39 years ago almost to the day when South Dakota State played its first men’s basketball game in Frost Arena. The Jackrabbits lost that game 100-95 to North Dakota State.


Schnepf: Bison don't dwell on Braun's injury PressPass

Fargo - The replay may speak volumes, but North Dakota State’s men’s basketball players have more or less hit the mute button.


Schnepf: Jaguars hop on the Gus bus by hiring Bradley PressPass

Fargo - His real name is Paul Casey Bradley. But everyone calls him Gus – a nickname bestowed upon him by his three older brothers growing up in the small southeastern Minnesota town of Zumbrota.


Schnepf: Familiarity surrounds Bison football team PressPass

Frisco, Texas - Allen Reed was painting letters on the field where North Dakota State’s football team will be playing for a second straight national championship Saturday.