SignUp
NCHC.tv
North Dakota Hockey Ticket On Sale Now
Sport Page
Senior Greg Hardin talks to a reporter at the Big Sky Football Kickoff in Park City, Utah.
#BigSkyKickoff - UND Recap
Text smallerText larger
Updated: Thursday 07/18/2013 09:32:51 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
Send this article to a friend Print RSS Shop

PARK CITY, Utah - Head coach Chris Mussman and senior wide receiver Greg Hardin spent a fast-paced and fun-filled three days in Park City, Utah at the Big Sky Conference's annual Football Kickoff event this past weekend. UNDSports.com with the help of Storify.com has captured photos, tweets and stories from the weekend to help provide eager football fans with a recap of the last three days. 

From the Grand Forks Herald
Video: Greg Hardin and GF Herald sports editor Wayne Nelson discuss 2013 season
UND Football: Hardin looking to FCS Playoffs this season
Montana State favored to win Big Sky football, UND picked 7th
League takes notice of UND senior Hardin
Big Sky coaches talk about the four new league teams

Dehne ties for second at Coyote Classic
North Dakota junior Jacob Dehne (Bismarck, N.D.) tied for second at the Coyote Classic with a final round 75 (+3) to finish at 223 (+7) in soggy conditions at the Dakota Dunes Country Club. MORE
Kromy paces UND at Coyote Classic
Heavy rain fell throughout the third and final round of the Coyote Classic on Tuesday and the wet conditions effected all eight teams in the field. MORE
Women's hockey moves to No. 7 in recent poll
The University of North Dakota overtook Clarkson for the No. 7 spot, earning 62 points, in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Women's College Hockey Poll released Tuesday. MORE
Tickets on sale for Saturday’s Hall of Fame banquet
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A limited number of tickets remain available for Saturday's University of North Dakota Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame induction banquet at the Memorial Union ballroom on... MORE
Sayler shoots low round of career at Coyote Classic
Sophomore Daniel Sayler turned in the best round of his collegiate career, carding a second-round 75 (+3) to help lead the North Dakota men's golf team in day one action. MORE

advertisement