As his first season at the helm of the Fighting Hawks approaches, Chris Logan takes the long view of building a winning soccer program at UND.
The Fighting Hawks were back outside for practice No. 8 of fall camp as the weather was near perfect again for the 22-period workout at Memorial Stadium.
University of North Dakota hockey coach Brad Berry announced today the addition of former UND captain Matt Smaby to his program's support staff.
Mother Nature forced the North Dakota football team inside for the first time during fall camp on Wednesday, but the shift to the High Performance Center did not hamper the progression the Fighting Hawks have made over the last week.
GRAND FORKS, N.D.-- The reigning Big Sky Conference regular season and tournament champion North Dakota Fighting Hawks officially opened their defense of their titles early Tuesday morning during the first day of practice. The squad reported for a 12:01 a.m. opening session for the second straight season as they attempt to once again be the first team in the gym and the last one still playing come tournament time.
Junior Tank Harris was working on a drill to defend screen passes, dropped back and made a leaping, one-handed interception (pictured at the top) that drew applause from his circuit group during Tuesday morning's practice at Memorial Stadium .
The University of North Dakota Athletics Department mourns the passing of UND men's hockey legend and Olympic medalist Dan McKinnon, who died last Sunday at the age of 90.
The familiar sound of popping pads returned to Memorial Stadium on Monday morning as the Fighting Hawks' football team donned full pads for the first time during fall camp. Head coach Bubba Schweigert described today's practice as up-and-down with plenty of room for improvement.
It was not a full-padded practice, that will have to wait until Monday, but the addition of shoulder pads to the practice ensemble provided a nice energy boost for the Fighting Hawks during a sun-drenched morning session at Memorial Stadium.
Brad Berry announced today that former UND goaltender Matt Hrynkiw has been added to his staff as a volunteer assistant coach and will work directly with the program's goaltenders.
Fall camp is about a gradual progression to an end goal, which in North Dakota's case is a day-by-day process to be fully-prepared for a season-opening tilt at No. 25 Utah on Thursday, Aug. 31.