WDAZ Sports' Phil Neumann and UND Athletics' Alec Johnson join the guys to recap the week plus the panel discusses football just missing the FCS playoffs.
University of North Dakota Dacotah Legacy Collection
The University of North Dakota has announced that Fighting Hawks will be the University's new nickname. The results of the nickname runoff vote, held online November 12-16 for eligible voters, were tallied and provided to UND by Qualtrics, the third-party voting platform management firm that conducted the voting process. Final results of the vote were:
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- University of North Dakota fans will not want to miss Friday's UND Fan Luncheon at Alerus Center, which will feature a full lineup of coaches and student-athletes among the guest speakers.
Fellow UND Athletic department SIDs Ross LaDue and Ryan Powell join Mitch and Jayson, UND's other two SIDs, as they all sit down for an all-SID roundtable.
UND Athletics student SID, Alec Johnson, joins the guys this week as they talk about men's hockey's split against Wisconsin and volleyball's pair of wins out west against Montana and Montana State.
FARGO, N.D. -- Four guest speakers from the University of North Dakota Athletics Department will be in attendance at the monthly UND Fan Luncheon today in Fargo.
The University of North Dakota celebrated the grand opening of its High Performance Center on Monday night.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The University of North Dakota Athletics Department will publicly unveil its new indoor practice and competition facility tonight when it holds the grand opening for the UND Athletics High Performance Center.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Voting results are in for the University of North Dakota nickname runoff, with Fighting Hawks and Roughriders receiving the highest number of votes.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- University of North Dakota Athletics Director Brian Faison, men's hockey coach Brad Berry, and Wisconsin hockey coach Mike Eaves will all speak at today's UND Fan Luncheon at Alerus Center.
The guys sit down with current associate athletics director for development, UND Men's Basketball Alum, and Australia's first crime-fighting basketball player Steve Brekke.