UND's 407 student-athletes combined for a 3.279 collective grade-point average during the Spring 2017 semester, the highest-recorded single-semester GPA in UND Athletics history.
Senior basketball player Quinton Hooker and junior volleyball player Sydney Griffin received the University of North Dakota's top individual honors tonight at the athletic department's annual Night of Champions awards gala at the Empire Arts Center.
DENVER-- The University of North Dakota had 17 honorees as the Western Athletic Conference announced its 2016-17 Academic All-WAC winter teams
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- From the first team meeting last spring, the University of North Dakota's swimming and diving team's goal was to have the "best season ever" in 2016-2017
Grand Forks, N.D. -- The University of North Dakota's annual swim camp will take place June 11-15, 2017, head swimming and diving coach Chris Maiello announced.
COLUMBIA, Mo.-- Freshman Mitch Raihle took 23rd of the 31 divers competing at the NCAA Zone meet in the 3-meet dive event Tuesday. His 297.05 score highlighted UND efforts on the weekend while fellow freshman Nick Benson was 26th at 267.50.
COLUMBIA, Mo.-- The University of North Dakota sent a pair of young male divers to the NCAA Zone meet to compete this week with the action beginning Monday. Day one saw the one-meter competition on the men's side as UND freshmen Mitch Raihle and Nick Benson were two of just 10 freshmen to make the field of 32.
HOUSTON, Texas-- The University of North Dakota swimming and diving teams each grabbed fifth-place finishes at the Western Athletic Conference Championships, wrapping up Saturday. UND had another outstanding day in the pool on the final day.
HOUSTON, Texas-- Both North Dakota swimming and diving teams sit in fifth place through three days at the Western Athletic Conference Championships
HOUSTON, Texas-- The University of North Dakota swimming and diving teams etched four more new school records in day two of the Western Athletic Conference Championships Thursday
HOUSTON, Texas-- The University of North Dakota swimming and diving teams got off to a fast start during day one of the Western Athletic Conference Championships Wednesday.
North Dakota's men's and women's swimming and diving teams head to the Lone Star State for the Western Athletic Conference championships Feb. 21-25 in Houston, Texas.