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UND Football: 2019 Schedule In Focus

Two weeks from today, fall practice for University of North Dakota football will begin in full, signaling the start of Year #6 of the Bubba Schweigert Era in Grand Forks. This season will serve as the second phase of a three-year transition for UND, as the program wraps up its time as an FCS Independent – while still playing a Big Sky schedule –...
Filed Under Football | College | University of North Dakota

Specializing in Sports

Specializing in sports has been a common theme with many athletes. Does it really improve the chances of playing in college? MidcoSN's Elaina Lanson and Jason Andera discuss the pros and cons around this hot topic.
Filed Under College | Podcast | ND High School | SD High School

A Salute to Summertime Softball

This past week we aired two charity softball events – the Carson Wentz AO1 Charity Softball Game and the 44th Annual Sam McQuade Sr. Charity Softball Tournament. Both events were a smashing success thanks to the entertainingly fun game of softball.
Filed Under College | North Dakota State University | ND High School | Baseball/Softball

Podcast: Kyle Emanuel Reflects on NFL® Career

Former Bison turned pro football linebacker Kyle Emanuel sits down with MidcoSN's Brian Shawn to talk about his time in Fargo, San Diego and Los Angeles, plus why he decided to leave the NFL and move back to North Dakota.
Filed Under Football | College | North Dakota State University

Triathlon Season – Tips for Your Race!

Triathlon Season is here, and MidcoSN’s Elaina Lanson fills us in on how it’s a growing NCAA sport, what schools are involved, and training tips on how to get started if you’re a first-timer!
Filed Under Varsity Sports | College | University of South Dakota | Running/Track and Field

Time for Tommies To Make Lemonade

It’s been over a week since the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference removed the University of St. Thomas from its membership, leaving the school without a conference following the 2020-2021 season. Officials with the school have stated openly that they want to remain in the MIAC, and this is very much an “involuntary” separation. Dan...
Filed Under College