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The Big Move

The Big Move

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

February 5, 2019

The decision to transfer colleges is a difficult task for many, but for athletes it can make or break their careers. Both Fallyn Freije and Chris Wilkie transferred from North Dakota, but like many, it was for different reasons.   Fallyn Freije   Fallyn Freije played three years at UND for the wom...

Turnovers haunt UND in loss to Omaha

Turnovers haunt UND in loss to Omaha

Luke Askew, Sports Writer

February 5, 2019

The University of North Dakota Men’s basketball team had an important week. The Fighting Hawks entered this week with a not-too-impressive 2-6 record in Summit League play. They started off last week on the road at Western Illinois. UND got a much-needed 74-73 win behind Kienan Walter’s efficie...

UND Has Faith in Dooley

UND Has Faith in Dooley

Hanna Hill, Sports Writer

January 29, 2019

A hardworking leader; the first words that come out of any UND sports fan’s mouth when asked about Faith Dooley. As soon as Dooley started school at the University of North Dakota she showed promise as an all-star athlete; starting out as a standout on the volleyball team. Shortly after Dooley started...

The Hype Was Real

The Hype Was Real

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

January 29, 2019

The University of North Dakota had their hands full when the number one team in the nation, St. Cloud State Huskies, stormed into the Ralph Engelstad Arena. UND would do their best to contain the high flying Huskies, ending the series in an even split overall. The crowd at the Ralph stood behind UND, ...

Men’s basketball struggles to find their footing

Men’s basketball struggles to find their footing

Luke Askew, Sports Writer

January 29, 2019

The University of North Dakota men’s basketball team has had a rough last two weeks. It all started with a heartbreaking home loss to cross-state rivals South Dakota State. If you’re a UND basketball fan, you might not be familiar with the name Mike Daum, but now that UND is a member of the ...

Catching up with UND Men’s Basketball

Luke Askew, Sports Writer

January 15, 2019

The University of North Dakota men’s basketball team has had a relatively unexceptional start to the 2018-19 college basketball season. But, as students traveled home for the holidays, the basketball season was just starting to heat up. Let’s catch up on what happened over the break. Heading int...

Kawaguchi shines in weekend sweep

Kawaguchi shines in weekend sweep

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

January 15, 2019

On a weekend filled with talk of the past, sophomore forward and University of North Dakota  points leader, Jordan Kawaguchi was focused on the future. After coming off a tough, heart-wrenching weekend in Buffalo, New York against Canisius College, UND was determined to steer the ship in the right di...

Cross Country comes to a close

Cross Country comes to a close

Madison Overby, Sports Editor

November 20, 2018

As snow gave way to mud in Peoria, Illinois after almost 500 runners ran lap after lap on the golf course, the 2018 UND cross country season came to an end. The end of this season also marked head coach Richard Clay’s final cross country season, ending a career of 34 years. Clay is the most tenured...

The ball keeps rolling

Luke Askew, Sports Writer

November 20, 2018

The University of North Dakota men’s basketball team is off to an incredible start in the 2018-19 college basketball season. The Fighting Hawks got their season started the right way with a 104-48 blowout victory over Northland College on November 6. Sharpshooting redshirt freshman Aanen Moody led...

An Emerging Leader: Mark Senden

An Emerging Leader: Mark Senden

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

November 20, 2018

Working hard with a smile. That is North Dakota freshman Mark Senden’s attitude towards hockey. The 20-year-old freshman from Medina, Minnesota was not expecting to make the lineup at the start of the season. However, his work ethic and tenacity has made it almost impossible for Brad Berry and th...

Women’s Soccer wraps up first season in Summit League

Women’s Soccer wraps up first season in Summit League

Luke Askew, Sports Writer

November 6, 2018

The University of North Dakota women’s soccer team ended their historic season in disappointing fashion with two straight Summit League losses. The Fighting Hawks got off to a record-setting start in 2018. They won five of their first seven games with an incredible plus-21 goal differential. All fi...

The Rolling Jones

The Rolling Jones

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

November 6, 2018

After beating former WCHA rivals University of Minnesota Golden Gophers in Las Vegas, North Dakota looked to carry the momentum back to the Ralph Engelstad Arena for a series against another former WCHA rival in the Wisconsin Badgers.   Friday While senior alternate captain, Rhett Gardner, stol...

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