North Dakota men's basketball coach Brian Jones announced Friday that Craig Heatherly has been promoted to an assistant coaching role on his staff. Heatherly spent the previous three seasons as the Fighting Hawks' director of basketball operations.
North Dakota head men's basketball coach Brian Jones continued to bolster the Fighting Hawks' frontcourt Monday by adding JUCO-forward Zac Saddler to his roster.
University of North Dakota head men's basketball coach Brian Jones went across the Atlantic Ocean to net his latest addition to the Fighting Hawks roster.
University of North Dakota head men's basketball coach Brian Jones announced the addition of guard Bentiu (Ben-too) Panoam (Puh-new-um) to his program on Thursday.
The men's basketball team won the University of North Dakota's Male Team Community Service Award on Tuesday at Night of Champions.
Truman State athletics director Jerry Wollmering tabbed former North Dakota men's basketball assistant coach Jeff Horner as the next head coach for the Bulldogs on Tuesday afternoon.
University of North Dakota head men's basketball coach Brian Jones announced the additions of Elijah Hazekamp and Lucas Schmidt to the program's roster on Thursday.
Forty-nine Fighting Hawks have been named to the 2018 Big Sky Conference Winter All-Academic Team, which recognizes student-athletes in the sports of basketball and indoor track & field.
As the defending Big Sky Tournament champions, North Dakota did not give up its trophy without a fight against top-seeded Montana on Thursday. In the end, the Grizzlies (25-7) posted an 84-76 victory over the eighth-seeded Fighting Hawks after outscoring UND 10-4 in the closing three minutes to escape with a win in the first quarterfinal of the tournament.
After a heroic comeback in the opening round of the Big Sky Tournament, it does not get any easier for No. 8 seed North Dakota as it next plays top-seeded Montana in Thursday's first quarterfinal from Reno.
Sophomore Marlon Stewart scored a career-high 29 points and North Dakota stormed back from a 19-point, second-half deficit to knock off Montana State 76-74 in the opening game of the 2018 Big Sky Men's Basketball Tournament Tuesday.
For the second-consecutive season, North Dakota's Geno Crandall claimed All-Big Sky accolades after league officials announced Monday that he was named to the second team.