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What Are the Chances? UND Football's Postseason Hopes

The University of North Dakota football team needs to win this Saturday against Southern Utah (1 PM on MidcoSN 2) to keep their FCS playoff hopes alive, but will a 7-4 record be enough to get them in? Alex Heinert examines UND's postseason scenarios.
Filed Under Football | College | University of North Dakota

MidcoSN Podcast: The Bill Chaves Podcast

Want to catch up on all things UND Athletics? Don't miss the latest MidcoSN Podcast, featuring North Dakota Director of Athletics, Bill Chaves!
Filed Under Football | University of North Dakota | Volleyball

"On Paper" – 2019-2020 Summit League Women's Hoops

Midco Sports Network’s Kelly Stewart takes a peek at how each Summit League women’s basketball team looks “on paper” heading into the 2019-2020 season.
Filed Under Basketball | College | North Dakota State University | South Dakota State University | University of North Dakota | University of South Dakota

Tommie Time? Tom Douple Discusses St. Thomas’ Summit League Invitation

After involuntary leaving the MIAC last spring, the University of St. Thomas, an NCAA Division III school located in Minneapolis/St. Paul, has received an invitation to join the Summit League. Summit League Commissioner Tom Douple, chats with MidcoSN’s Kelly Stewart to talk about the timeline and how this would positively impact the league.
Filed Under College | Podcast | North Dakota State University | South Dakota State University | University of North Dakota | University of South Dakota

Overcoming Midseason Injury

Former D-I athletes Elaina Lanson and Kelly Stewart talk about what it's like to be sidelined during the season, what mental obstacles they overcame, and what it's like to bounce back in this MidcoSN podcast.
Filed Under College | Podcast | North Dakota State University | South Dakota State University | University of North Dakota | University of South Dakota

UND Football: Four Things We’ve Learned

Alex Heinert details what he’s learned from the opening three games of the University of North Dakota’s 2019 football season, including his thoughts on the quarterback situation and what area of perceived weakness in the off-season has become one of the team’s strengths.
Filed Under Football | University of North Dakota