A gritty comeback by North Dakota fell just short after Northern Colorado hit a half-court buzzer beater in overtime to win 94-91 in Big Sky play Saturday at the Bank of Colorado Arena. It was the third-straight overtime contest between the two programs.
If recent history is any indicator, Saturday's matchup between North Dakota and Northern Colorado should be a tight one. Tip-off between the Big Sky travel partners is set for 8 p.m. CT from Bank of Colorado Arena.
Head coaches Brad Berry, Travis Brewster and Brian Jones will all make appearances on tonight's North Dakota Coaches Show live from The Ground Round.
North Dakota used a 3-point barrage in the opening half and held off a late run by North Dakota State to pick up an 86-77 victory over the Bison Tuesday at Scheels Center.
With back-to-back Big Sky wins secured, North Dakota will take a break from league play by paying a visit to in-state rival North Dakota State on Tuesday.
Junior Geno Crandall scored a game-high 25 points and sophomore Kienan Walter added a career-high 16 off the bench to lead North Dakota to an 89-79 victory over Weber State in Big Sky play Saturday at The Betty.
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.
The Big Sky gauntlet continues for North Dakota on Saturday as Weber State arrives in town for a 2 p.m. tip-off at The Betty.
Junior Cortez Seales led a balanced-scoring attack for North Dakota as the Fighting Hawks continued their dominance of Idaho State with an 81-58 victory Thursday in Big Sky play at The Betty.
Thursday's scheduled Big Sky game between host North Dakota and visiting Idaho State is on as scheduled with weather conditions expected to improve throughout the day.
The North Dakota men's basketball team returns home looking to get back into the win column against the hottest team in the Big Sky.
Montana State's strong first half led the Bobcats to a 79-68 victory over North Dakota in Big Sky play Saturday at Worthington Arena.