The North Dakota State trio of Grant Nelson, Andrew Morgan and Boden Skunberg combined to nearly outscore North Dakota by themselves, as the Bison men’s basketball team cruised to a dominant 71-49 win over the Fighting Hawks on Friday night.
No. 3 seed North Dakota State defeated sixth-seeded Samford 27-9 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on Friday, Dec. 9, before a crowd of 11,825 at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome.
Linebacker James Kaczor tied a career high with 14 tackles and recovered an onside kick with 37 seconds left in the game to help fourth-ranked North Dakota State secure a 21-18 victory over Southern Illinois on Saturday, Nov. 12, at Saluki Stadium. Cam Miller and TaMerik Williams rushed for touchdowns in the fourth quarter for the Bison, who improved to 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
Fourth-ranked North Dakota State got back in the win column with a 24-7 victory over Illinois State in the Missouri Valley Football Conference on Saturday, Oct. 29, before a crowd of 16,172 at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome.
Paige Vargas is in the middle of another incredible campaign with North Dakota State, earning 13 wins already this season... She also leads the team in strikeouts with 126, nearly 100 more than anyone else on the roster, along with another team high 2.06 ERA.
The Bison have a loaded quarterback room as they go through the spring, returning the same group from last year’s National Championship squad. Four Quarterbacks looking to grow the legacy of great Bison Passers.
The North Dakota State men’s basketball team trailed South Dakota by 17 points with under nine minutes remaining, but the Bison strung together a furious comeback to pull out a 76-74 victory on Monday night inside the Scheels Center.
The North Dakota State football team claimed the program’s ninth national championship in the last 11 seasons as the Bison rolled over No. 8 seed Montana State 38-10 in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game Saturday, Jan. 8, at Toyota Stadium.
North Dakota State limited the nation’s leading rusher to 35 yards and the No. 2-seeded Bison defeated seventh-seeded East Tennessee State 27-3 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on Saturday, Dec. 11.