M Track&Field Outdoor - Archives 2018
University of North Dakota Track & Field Coach Kevin Galbraith announced the commitment of five recruits on Friday morning, bringing his total 2018-19 recruiting class to 10 student-athletes.
Once the Fighting Hawks were finally able to lock in a competition today at the Sioux City Relays, UND's throwers unleashed a little havoc of their own.
Inclement weather in the region has resulted in the cancellations of three upcoming meets for the North Dakota track & field team.
Saturday's Mondo Team Challenge at Sacramento State was just the second outdoor meet of the season, but UND senior thrower Molli Detloff is clearly already rounding into mid-season form.
Outdoor season openers, according to UND head coach Kevin Galbraith, can be a "mixed bag" of sorts, with teams not only returning from a multiple-week layoff but also having to adjust to the elements.
UND kicked off its outdoor track season on Friday at the Alan Connie Shamrock Invitational and the performances of multiple Fighting Hawks had UND head coach Kevin Galbraith beaming.
North Dakota Track & Field Home Meet Info
Bill Chaves is the next Athletics Director at the University of North Dakota, UND President Mark Kennedy announced Saturday, Jan. 13. Chaves, who becomes UND's 16th A.D., has been Director of Athletics at Eastern Washington University since 2007 and is a two-time recipient (2012-13 & 2015-16) of national Athletic Director of the Year honors.
University of North Dakota Track & Field Coach Kevin Galbraith announced on Monday the signing of five recruits to National Letters of Intent, four to his women's team and one to his men's team.
Officials from the University of North Dakota athletic department and alumni association and foundation are holding a special ceremony Friday morning to honor Glenn "Red" Jarrett at the High Performance Center and the UND and Grand Forks Community are invited to share in the dedication of "Jarrett Way".
Track & field standouts Molli Detloff and Kyle Foster, along with both UND's men's and women's track and field teams, have been recognized by the USTFCCCA for academic excellence in 2016-17.
The University of North Dakota placed 50 student-athletes on the 2017 Big Sky Conference Spring All-Academic Team, which was announced on Wednesday by the league office.