For the first time in its Division I history, the North Dakota football team is slated to take on a Big Ten opponent.
Junior running back John Santiago collected an All-America accollade for the third-consecutive season on Tuesday after the Associated Press named him to its first team as an all-purpose player.
North Dakota safety Cole Reyes accepted an invitation to play in the 93rd-annual East-West Shrine Game on Jan. 20 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. The announcement was made by the Shrine Game's official Twitter feed on Friday (@Shrine_Game).
North Dakota football fans can now purchase season tickets for the 2018 campaign as athletic department officials released those for sale on Monday.
North Dakota junior running back John Santiago kept an impressive and rare streak alive on Tuesday after being named First Team All-Big Sky for the third-consecutive year.
Senior Day heroics had become the norm of late at the Alerus Center, but in the 2017 edition No. 19/21 Eastern Washington withstood a late comeback attempt by North Dakota to post a 21-14 victory Saturday.
The North Dakota football program will honor 22 current and former players that comprise the 2017 senior class in a special ceremony before Saturday's contest with No. 19/21 Eastern Washington at the Alerus Center. Kickoff against the Eagles is set for 1 p.m. CT and will be televised on Midco Sports Network.
No. 17 Southern Utah scored the final 20 points to avoid North Dakota's upset bid and post a 47-21 victory over the Fighting Hawks Saturday at Eccles Coliseum.
UND hockey coach Brad Berry, women's basketball coach Travis Brewster and football coach Bubba Schweigert will join the North Dakota Coaches Show live from the Ground Round tonight.
Fresh off their best road performance of the season, the Fighting Hawks get a chance to turn in another one Saturday at No. 17/23 Southern Utah. Kickoff against the Thunderbirds is set for 7 p.m. CT from Cedar City.
After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, North Dakota dominated the remainder of the game to register a 48-21 victory over Portland State Saturday at Providence Park.
The North Dakota football team starts a stretch of back-to-back road games for the only time this season on Saturday at Portland State. Kickoff against the Vikings is set for 6 p.m. CT and set to be televised on Eleven Sports Network.