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A year ago, the Mayville State athletic department was $425,691 in debt. The future was uncertain. The outlook appeared grim.
Doug Peters, David Herbster and Gregory Walaitis. Among these three names is the next athletic director at Minnesota State Moorhead, the person who will attempt to lead the Dragons into a new age.
NCAA Division II members shot down a proposal last month that would have fractured football playoffs into two tiers based on scholarship levels.
Minnesota State Moorhead center Kyle Nelson may not be finished after all.
The North Dakota State College of Science men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to 14 games Wednesday night with a victory against Lake Region State.
Minnesota-Crookston’s announcement this week that it will remain in NCAA Division II and the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference could have serious ramifications for Minnesota State Moorhead and other poorly funded league schools.
The two favorites in the race for the Dakota Athletic Conference men’s basketball title will square off Saturday when Jamestown College hosts defending league champion Mayville State at 6 p.m. at the Jamestown Civic Center.