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Updated: Sunday 03/26/2014 23:49:01 (ET)
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Watch as Tim Hennessy, Paul Ralston, Ryan Powell, and Grand Forks Herald writer Brad Schlossman as they discuss the hottest UND sport topics, sit down with your favorite UND coaches, and much more.

This week on UND Insider Weekly…the Women basketball team makes school history, playing in their first ever Division 1 NCAA tournament. Matt Schill and Mitch Wigness were there, and they will join us from College Station, Texas to talk about what they saw courtside. The men’s season comes to an end last week, as Omaha beats UND in the opening round of the C-I-T. Men’s hockey has a rough first game against Miami in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff, but gets a compelling win over Western Michigan for 3rd place. That win, along with help from a couple other teams across the NCAA, help North Dakota secure their 12th straight trip the NCAA tournament. We will recap and preview everything, as well as talk to men’s hockey assistant coach Brad Berry, as he joins us in the Coach’s Corner.

UND Insider Weekly returns April 9th at 8pm on UNDSports.com with a recap of the NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Midwest Regional.

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