M Basketball - Archives 2017-18
University of North Dakota Athletics department officials announced "Big Game" ticket plans for the upcoming men's and women's basketball seasons are now on sale. The popular mini-plans feature four highly-anticipated regular season games for each team, which will all be played at the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center.
Officials from the University of North Dakota athletic department and alumni association and foundation are holding a special ceremony Friday morning to honor Glenn "Red" Jarrett at the High Performance Center and the UND and Grand Forks Community are invited to share in the dedication of "Jarrett Way".
The North Dakota men's basketball team was selected to finish sixth in the Big Sky Coaches' preseason poll and fifth in the Big Sky Media preseason poll that were released by league officials on Friday. The coaches and media both selected Idaho to win the regular season title.
North Dakota junior Geno Crandall was among six guards selected to the Preseason All-Big Sky Team by the league's 12 head coaches. Crandall was an All-Big Sky second team selection as a sophomore after helding lead the Fighting Hawks to their first Big Sky regular season and tournament titles.
A memorable and historic 2016-17 season is now in the rearview mirror for the North Dakota men's basketball team. The focus shifts toward the 2017-18 season and defending the program's first Big Sky title in what will be the last season for the Fighting Hawks as a league member.
With a Big Sky title defense closing in quickly, North Dakota men's basketball coach Brian Jones announced his staff's selections for the role of captains on the 2017-18 Fighting Hawks. Juniors Conner Avants and Cortez Seales will add that moniker to their responsibilities for the upcoming campaign that begins in Hawaii in just under two months at the Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic.
North Dakota men's basketball coach Brian Jones announced his team's 11-game non-conference schedule on Wednesday, which features games against four fellow NCAA Tournament participants.
Quinton Hooker has found a new basketball home. The former Fighting Hawks' standout signed a professional contract Wednesday to play for GTK Gliwice in the Polish National Basketball League.
University of North Dakota seniors Quinton Hooker and Devon Pekas were among more than 1,000 men's collegiate basketball players named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches' (NABC) Honors Court on Tuesday.
University of North Dakota head men's basketball coach Brian Jones added some size to his roster this offseason with the addition of three newcomers that all stand 6-fooot-6 or taller.