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Alex Heinert

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

MidcoSN Podcast: UND-NDSU Rivalry Renewed

North Dakota versus North Dakota State. It was once the greatest DII college football rivalry in the country before going on hiatus for over a decade, but after years in the wilderness, it appears to be back for good. This Saturday afternoon in Fargo, the two programs will square off for just the second time since 2003, marking the start of a new...

Podcast: Monique Lamoureux

Since winning Olympic gold in South Korea in February of 2018, life has been a blur for Monique and Jocelyn Lamoureux. After playing a major role in lifting USA Women’s Hockey to the top of the Olympic podium for the first time in 20 years, the twin sisters from Grand Forks have toured the country, turned into national advocates for social change...
Filed Under College | Hockey | Podcast | University of North Dakota

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

Podcast: NHL Draft Preview

This weekend, 217 hockey prospects from around the world will realize a childhood dream when they hear their name called in Vancouver’s Rogers Arena during the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Not surprisingly, a number of those young men in line for selection are connected with the University of North Dakota, whether as current players, incoming recruits or...
Filed Under Hockey | Podcast | University of North Dakota

High School Track and Field: History-Making Hunter Merkley

Anytime a record falls, the old cliché, “Records were meant to be broken,” from swimming legend Mark Spitz inevitably comes up. It’s an easy thing to say, but actually doing the breaking is a difficult thing to pull off, especially when referencing South Dakota High School track and field. The act of setting new all-time state records – especially...