FARGO – When Alison Enno had to leave the game with a hip injury, it was business as usual for the West Fargo girls basketball team Friday. Its been there, done that.
FARGO – Down at halftime? No worries for Wahpeton’s girls basketball team.
Fargo - Bart Manson will be part of Bison Sports Arena history for a second time this weekend.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The circus was in town. And a bear was resting in one of the showers at North Dakota State’s Bison Sports Arena.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - With six North Dakota State seniors playing in what is most likely the last college men’s basketball game in the Bison Sports Arena, it seemed more than appropriate to honor them with a 30-minute tribute after Saturday night’s 78-68 win over Denver.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD - Moorhead Park Christian claimed a 71-47 win over Lake Park-Audubon Saturday in the Minnesota Class 1A, Section 6 quarterfinal game at Concordia's Memorial Auditorium.
Fargo - TrayVonn Wright has been doing it since he was a sixth-grader when he was shooting hoops in a Waterloo, Iowa, park.RELATED CONTENT
Brookings, S.D. - There was a lot of basketball expertise sitting courtside during Saturday’s North Dakota State-South Dakota State men’s basketball game.
Fargo - After North Dakota State’s football team claimed yet another Division II national championship in 1986, the opposing coach was basically wishing the Bison good riddance.RELATED CONTENT
FRISCO, Texas - Just when you thought the following for North Dakota State football couldn’t get any crazier, here’s something to twitter to any fans of a major college team: A ticket to attend Friday night’s Bison pep fest was actually harder to find than a ticket for today’s FCS Championship game.RELATED CONTENT
- Former Bison players take the field
- Bison fans at pep fest
- Kevin Schnepf
- More than 10,000 fill Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco
- NDSU President Dean Bresciani high-fives Thundar
- NDSU Gold Star Marching Band performs at pep fest
- NDSU's Thundar gets into 32 Below performance
- Fargo's 32 Below performs during pep fest
Fargo - This was eons ago, but I remember to this day overhearing my father complain about my high school basketball coach one night. My heart jumped for joy – since there were a few times I disliked how hard our coach pushed us.RELATED CONTENT
Frisco, Texas - What does it take to three-peat – something, until Saturday, that had been only accomplished 30 times in the history of major sports in the United States?RELATED CONTENT
Frisco, Texas - For the last three years, North Dakota State football fans have invaded this town still known as the fastest-growing city in America. And each year, Bison fans see something new here.RELATED CONTENT
The deafening roar of approval may have been the fans’ way of saying thank you for not screwing up their holiday travel plans. But it was perhaps more of a tribute for the 24 seniors who were playing in their final game at the Fargodome.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - It was back in 2007, the year Appalachian State’s football team completed its string of three straight national championships, when Sean McDonnell experienced his first dome game.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Prior to North Dakota State’s dominating 48-14 football playoff win, Gene Taylor, the 56-year-old athletic director at NDSU, was as giddy as a 10-year-old about to open his Christmas presents.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - It was moments after North Dakota State’s FCS playoff victory on Saturday when Craig Bohl was asked his thoughts on his football team’s next opponent: Coastal Carolina.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - When asked his thoughts of playing indoors instead of outdoors in minus-20 degree temperatures, the quarterback with the most wins in Division I FCS history had this to say:RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Twenty-four seniors had the spotlight before another North Dakota State football victory Saturday.RELATED CONTENT