After a first day which saw no UND players picked, one of the Fighting Hawks' freshest faces, Grant Mismash, cracked the second day draft pick lineup when he was selected by the Nashville Predators.
University of North Dakota incoming freshman forward Grant Mismash was selected by the Nashville Predators today in the second round (61st overall) of the National Hockey League Entry Draft.
Brad Berry announced today that that seven incoming freshmen and one junior have signed National Letters of Intent and will join his program in 2017-18.
The Pittsburgh rookie forward became the latest University of North Dakota product to hoist the Cup after his Penguins defeated Nashville 2-0 tonight in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The UND Athletics Department is saddened by the passing of UND men's hockey pioneer and Olympian Gordon "Ginny" Christian, who passed away on Friday at the age of 89 in his hometown of Warroad, Minn.
The UND Athletics Department sends its condolences to the family and friends of UND men's hockey pioneer "Bullet" Ben Cherski, who passed away at his California home on May 19 at the age of 87.
A pair of former University of North Dakota defensemen tasted championship glory on Monday night, leading the Colorado Eagles to a Kelly Cup title as East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) champions.
UND's 407 student-athletes combined for a 3.279 collective grade-point average during the Spring 2017 semester, the highest-recorded single-semester GPA in UND Athletics history.
University of North Dakota Director of Athletics Brian Faison and UND Letterwinners Association President Jessica Sobolik announced today the UND Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017.
Tucker Poolman has been voted the University of North Dakota's Most Valuable Player by his teammates, highlighting the team's 2016-17 awards that were announced on Tuesday by head coach Brad Berry.
The 2017 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Men's Hockey Championship gets underway today, with three products of the University of North Dakota taking part.
Senior basketball player Quinton Hooker and junior volleyball player Sydney Griffin received the University of North Dakota's top individual honors tonight at the athletic department's annual Night of Champions awards gala at the Empire Arts Center.