Fourth-year head coach Jordan Stevens knows he's got a good thing going this season, returning a bulk of his roster on a team that etched some uncharted territory last year. There's more still to come, however, when you ask him about the expectations on this season and the hype for a campaign that begins in earnest this weekend at the Charleston Southern Tournament.
North Dakota welcomes first-place Weber State to the Betty Englestad Sioux Center Thursday for a battle against Idaho State Saturday for Senior Day. UND will honor its lone senior, Chastity Franklin, in a pregame ceremony.
North Dakota ventures back on the road this week to take on Weber State and Idaho State in Big Sky play.
OMAHA, Neb.-- The University of North Dakota women's tennis team etched its first team win Sunday with a 4-3 defeat of host Omaha. UND had four singles wins to secure the victory.
OMAHA, Neb. - The University of North Dakota women's tennis team dropped a 6-1 decision against Drake University on Saturday night.
MISSOULA, Mont.-- North Dakota rallied from down 10 in the fourth qaurter and tied it in the final minute, but Taylor Goligoski's jumper with 2.2 seconds left lifted the host Montana Lady Griz to a 53-51 win Saturday afternoon in Big Sky Conference play at Dalhberg Arena.
University of North Dakota tennis coach Tom Wynne and his men¿s team were painfully aware of the perception across the Big Sky Conference.
Montana remained unbeaten in Big Sky play with a 72-67 victory over North Dakota, but the Fighting Hawks gave the Grizzlies their stiffest league test of the season Saturday.
OMAHA, Neb.-- The University of North Dakota women's tennis team earned a pair of singles wins and secured the top doubles match but fell, 5-2, to host Creighton Friday afternoon.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- North Dakota will look to win its fourth-straight home game on Saturday against league-leading Montana, who is off to a perfect start at 10-0. That pristine record includes a 6-0 tally in Big Sky road games. Tip-off against the Grizzlies is set for 4 p.m. CT.
BOZEMAN, Mont.-- Montana State led by seven after the first quarter and never looked back, defeating North Dakota, 72-56, Thursday evening at Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Big Sky Conference play. MSU secured its 34th win in its last 35 home games with the victory.
North Dakota withstood one final miss from Montana State's Tyler Hall to survive with a 75-74 victory over the Bobcats Thursday in Big Sky play.