University of North Dakota Athletics and Learfield's UND Sports Properties announced today a five-year extension with iHeartMedia Grand Forks to continue broadcasting UND Athletics events on-air.
For the second-straight year, a quartet of North Dakota student-athletes were named All-American Strength and Conditioning Athletes of the Year recently by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Seniors Faith Dooley (volleyball) and Quinton Hooker (men's basketball) were repeat honorees, while juniors Jake Disterhaupt (football) and Kaylin VanDomelen (softball).
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.
The University of North Dakota is proud to announce that 53 current or former student-athletes are among the candidates for graduation at UND's spring commencement on May 13 at Alerus Center.
We welcome UND's 2016-17 Male and Female Athletes of the Year, Quinton Hooker and Sydney Griffin, to talk about a historic year for the Fighting Hawks. Quinton talks to us about pursuing his NBA dream, how the men's basketball program evolved during his time at UND, what had been missing from the program, his favorite Brian Jones outbursts, which of his assistant coaches was the most intense, and what it's been like seeing his peers lose their programs due to budget cuts. Sydney discusses being named Big Sky Conference Volleyball MVP, leading the program to its first NCAA Division I Tournament, the time head coach Mark Pryor angered the entire team (and it worked), how the team will deal with having a target on its back next season, and much more. A fun pod with two of our finest Fighting Hawks!
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.
For the third consecutive year, the University of North Dakota boasts the most teams in the Big Sky Conference to have received NCAA Public Recognition Awards for their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates (APR).
The University of North Dakota Athletics Department announced today the finalists for its 2016-17 athletics awards.
OGDEN, Utah – The University of North Dakota placed 39 student-athletes on the 2016-17 Big Sky Conference Winter All-Academic team, which was announced recently by the conference office.
The University of North Dakota's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) collected over 3,300 non-perishable food items and nearly 200 toiletry items during its annual food drive on Wednesday evening.
The Brock Star is back at UND finishing out the semester and the guys fished him out of the hot tub to chat about a number of topics, including: his whirlwind debut week with the Vancouver Canucks; the gesture by the Sedins that meant the world to him; reuniting with Troy Stecher; the injury that plagued him throughout his final season at UND; the unexpected hockey lessons he learned as a sophomore; Fighting Hawks to watch for next year; the UND teammate he misses the least; what went into his decision to de-commit from Wisconsin and commit to UND; why he never wavered on coming to UND after Dave Hakstol left for the NHL; who he was happiest for after winning the NCAA championship; making Paul LaDue nervous; offside reviews, and much more!
North Dakota Fighting Hawk-turned-Colorado Avalanche Tyson Jost is back on campus to finish out the semester and sat down the guys to discuss his whirlwind year.