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High School Sports

The WDAY Sports+ Game of the Week is on Tuesday, Feb. 7th with high school boys hockey between the Red River Roughriders and the Davies Eagles at 7:30 PM.

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NDSU Bison Athletics

On Thursday, Feb. 9th catch the NDSU Men's Basketball team when they face the Omaha Mavericks at 7:00 PM.

On Friday, Feb. 10th, NDSU Wrestling competes against the Oklahoma Sooners at 7:00 PM.

See the NDSU Men's Basketball team play the Denver Pioneers on Saturday, Feb. 11th at 1:00 PM.

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MSUM Dragons Athletics

WDAY Sports+ is your home for coverage of the 2023 NSIC Swimming & Diving Championships as the tournament runs all week, with it starting on Wednesday, Feb. 8th and running through Saturday, Feb. 11th.

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