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Basketball wins exhibition game

Jack Harvey, Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

When it comes to success in any sport, you must have  a strong base to build off. For the UND women’s basketball team, they’ve done exactly that. After an 80-69 victory over Mayville State, the Green and White played host to the Minnesota-Crookston Golden Eagles for its final exhibition game of th...

Goalie’s patience finally pays off

Jack Harvey, Sports Writer

November 12, 2015

UND goaltender Matt Hyrnkiw continues to impress as the backup has recorded a 5-0-1 record. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student Good things come to those who wait and junior Matt Hrynkiw is a prime example. After two years of being a backup goaltender for the UND’s men’s hockey team, Hryn...

UND rebounds with shootout win

UND rebounds with shootout win

Jack Harvey, Staff Writer

November 3, 2015

Will Ratelle makes the stop against Montana State on Saturday. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student Ever since the UND football team joined the Big Sky Conference, Montana State has always had the squad’s number. However, nothing lasts forever which was the case in Saturday’s matchup between the two ...

Basketball opens its gym doors

Jack Harvey, Staff writer

October 28, 2015

Fans young and old filled the seats of the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center this Saturday for the second annual UND basketball fan fest. Onlookers got a preview of who they’ll see for the men’s and women’s squads as they enter the 2015-16 season. “It’s good for the guys to go out in front ...

Matching style with substance

Matching style with substance

Jack Harvey

October 27, 2015

UND forward Drake Caggiula leads the team through example, as he has one goal and five assists to start this season. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student For Drake Caggiula, there’s was nothing else he wanted to do other than play for the University of North Dakota. “Jonathan Toews was ...

Local captain skating to be the best

Local captain skating to be the best

Jack Harvey, Sports writer

October 23, 2015

Gage Ausmus leads a group of promising youngsters into the season. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student It’s been a fairly hot start for the UND men’s hockey team as it begins the quest for the eighth banner. Despite coming away with a win and a draw from the Ice Breaker Tournament, the Green an...

Soccer continues on slippery slope

Soccer continues on slippery slope

Jack Harvey, Sports Reporter

October 20, 2015

UND defender Emma Contino battle for the ball. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student Sometimes close just is not close enough. The UND women’s soccer team lost two close games this past weekend. UND opened Friday against Big Sky opponent Portland State. It was a strong showing again by UND goalte...

Hockey wins Ice Breaker tournament

Jack Harvey, Sports writer

October 15, 2015

The University of North Dakota men’s hockey squad was able to take away a win and a tie at the Ice Breaker Tournament in Portland, Maine. In it’s first game against Lake Superior State, UND dominated the first period, outshooting LSS 17-5. However the real statistic that matters is the shots that went...

Men’s hockey nets exhibition win against Manitoba

Men’s hockey nets exhibition win against Manitoba

Jack Harvey, Sports Reporter

October 7, 2015

UND sophmore Johnny Simonson celebrates one of his three goals in Saturday's win over Manitoba. Photo by Nick Nelson/ The Dakota Student First impressions are huge, especially in a workplace. They can make a lasting impact. It’s key to get off to the right start with the right people. For new Unive...

Swimming wins weekend event

Jack Harvey, Sports Reporter

October 7, 2015

Men's and Women's teams start season strong Both the men’s and women’s swim team got off to a hot start this season, winning both of their respective events this weekend. “We’re pretty happy with how we did,” UND swimming and diving coach Chris Maiello said. “We put some people in some t...

Freshmen, veterans looking to rebound in new season

Jack Harvey, Sports reporter

October 2, 2015

The UND women’s basketball team will look to bounce back and secure its second Big Sky conference title with the help of familiar and new faces. Despite losing Siri Burck, Emily Evers and Megan Lauck, the Green and White boosted their lineup by bringing in a staggering seven freshmen from all over th...

Soccer wins in Big Sky opener

Jack Harvey, Sports reporter

September 30, 2015

The UND’s soccer team got back on track and came out victorious over last season’s regular season champ, the University of Montana by a score of 2-1. In the 17th minute, Montana’s Mackenzie Atkins was able to blast the ball by Olivia Swenson to take the early lead. UND would respond though in t...

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