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The Fight for Fair Competition

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer February 22, 2021

This month, the Mississippi Senate voted to ban transgender athletes from competing on women’s sports teams in high schools and universities. Several states including Idaho, Montana, and North Dakota...

NFL season kicks off in front of...no one

NFL season kicks off in front of…no one

James DeArman, Sports writer September 28, 2020

When the opening kickoff of the 2020 NFL season sailed down the field to begin play it became evident to everyone watching that this would not be a normal season. It wasn’t the distance or the speed...

When a God Says Goodbye

When a God Says Goodbye

James DeArman, Sports Writer August 31, 2020

Lionel Messi announces departure from Barcelona leaving sports world in shock.  In an empty Estadio da Luz, every word echoes and radiates through the park. Whether it be victorious cheers or...

Americas Fastest-Growing Sport, Soccer

America’s Fastest-Growing Sport, Soccer

James DeArman, Sports Writer April 7, 2020

In the United States, sports reign as king as we often gather in modern chapels of athleticism to praise and scorn. Sports are woven into our lives as an ever present figure and for some it is as if strands...

North Dakota cruises past Purdue Fort Wayne, earning a trip to the Summit League tournament championship

Luke Askew, Sports Writer March 10, 2020

Thanks in large part to stifling defense, the University of North Dakota men’s basketball team continued their impressive 2020 Summit League tournament run with a dominant victory over Matt Holba and...

UND Secures Number One Seed

UND Secures Number One Seed

James DeArman, Sports Writer March 10, 2020

The University of North Dakota hockey team made the trip to Omaha this weekend for their last regular season series of the season, looking to put a cap on what has been a stellar season. What they got...

North Dakota makes a late surge to squeak past South Dakota in the Summit League tournament

North Dakota makes a late surge to squeak past South Dakota in the Summit League tournament

Luke Askew, Sports Writer March 9, 2020

The University of North Dakota men’s basketball team picked up their first ever Summit League tournament win thanks to some big-time defending, clutch shooting and a whole lot of grit.    North...

UND Claims Penrose cup

UND Claims Penrose cup

James DeArman, Sports Writer March 3, 2020

This weekend the University of North Dakota wrapped up their 18th regular-season conference championship in a Saturday night overtime thriller against number 17 Western Michigan. The University’s third...

Strong Second Half Push Gets UND women’s Basketball Over Omaha

Presley Paintner, Sports Writer March 3, 2020

UND finally broke their five-game losing streak. The Fighting Hawks had to overcome their weak shooting performance in the second quarter to beat Omaha, 71-67.    UND’s efforts to take care...

UND’s Defense Lacks in Loss to SDSU

UND’s Defense Lacks in Loss to SDSU

Presley Paintner, Sports Writer February 25, 2020

The outside shooting game paced SDSU pass UND 94-83 on Wednesday night at the Betty.  No surprise, because the Jackrabbits shot 9 of 22, while UND went 11 of 28, from the 3-point line. The Summit League...

UND Softball Opens Season Strong

James DeArman, Sports Writer February 12, 2020

The University of North Dakota softball team opened their season this weekend with a trip to San Antonio for the H-E-B Classic hosted by the University of Incarnate Word. The H-E-B Classic was a tournament...

Oral Roberts Height Too Much for UND

Oral Roberts Height Too Much for UND

Presley Paintner, Sports Writer February 12, 2020

Montserat Brotons, a 6-foot-4-inch center from Spain proved to be too much for the Fighting Hawks, scoring a game and career high 20 points in the paint for Oral Roberts.    Oral Roberts is a post-oriented...

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