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.
North Dakota women's golf head coach Natalie Martinson announced the addition of a trio of new Fighting Hawks to her squad on Friday. Martinson reached into three different states to lure the newest additions, who all signed National Letters of Intent to golf at UND last week.
The North Dakota women's golf team wrapped up its fall season in record-breaking fashion at the Aggie Invitational Tuesday.
North Dakota junior Jenna Janu put together another solid round of golf and is tied for fourth after 36 holes of the Aggie Invitational. Janu carded a 73 (+1) in second-round play Tuesday and is only three strokes off the lead shared by UTEP's Lily Downs and Weber State's Kiselya Plewe.
Junior Jenna Janu fired an even-par 72 and led North Dakota to its best round of the season in first-round play at the Aggie Invitational Monday.
The University of North Dakota Athletics Department will host the Homecoming version of the UND Fan Luncheon at the Alerus Center on Friday.
Senior Haily Abel bounced back from a tough first day to lead the North Dakota women's golf team in final-round action at the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate Sunday.
Junior Jenna Janu was the top North Dakota golfer at the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate that got underway Saturday.
Freshman Ashlyn Guggisberg captured medalist honors and North Dakota ran away with the team title by breaking the program's Division I 36-hole scoring record at the Jimmie Fall Classic.
Senior Haily Abel posted a career-best 72 (E) to grab the first-round lead in the chase for medalist honors at the Jimmie Fall Classic.
North Dakota sophomore Ally Rogers continued her strong play at the Hobble Creek Fall Classic, posting a final-round 74 (+3) to cap the best 54-hole score of her young career. Rogers led the Fighting Hawks with a 225 (+12) total and tied for 21st in a tournament that featured a 72-player field.
Sophomore Ally Rogers and freshman -Ashlyn Guggisberg took different routes, but ended up with 151 (+9) totals during the opening two rounds of the Hobble Creek Classic played Monday.