All posts tagged "Bison basketball"

  • Good time for nine 3-pointers

    Nice touch by the NDSU women’s basketball program and State Farm agent Jill Henning. They combined to raise $2,225 as part of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Pink Zone game against Southern Utah last weekend. Henning and head coach Carolyn DeHoff picked the right game to donate $100 for each 3-point field...

  • Bison-Grizzlies blizzard special

    Grizzlies-Bison blizzard special

  • Bison-Mastodons live

    Bison-Mastodons live

  • Kampe, Nelson on Sports Talk

    Today on Sports Talk, 1-2 on WDAY-AM 970: Oakland men’s basketball coach Greg Kampe, former Bison Mike Nelson (rescheduled from last week) now with the Sioux Falls Skyforce, The Herald’s Brad Schlossman and raising money for Haiti.

  • SDSU at NDSU live

    SDSU-NDSU men live

  • Star power

    Allow me to add one nugget in addition to Steve’s blog entry on Jay Harris, the guard from Illinois who is giving NDSU a serious look. His profile lists the three schools in the running as Indiana, Alabama and Baylor and all three are said to show "medium" interest. So what...

  • Hoop talk

    A few early returns on the NDSU women’s basketball team after Tuesday night’s exhibition win over Minnesota State Moorhead: The guards can score. Like last year, Katie Birkel and Inger Hodgson make a nice point guard/shooting guard combo. Birkel is an athlete and explosive to the rim. Hodgson can shoot with anybody...

  • Woodside, Winkelman, Nelson updates

    Here are some quick updates on former North Dakota State basketball players Ben Woodside, Brett Winkelman and Mike Nelson – who ended their Bison careers last spring as the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 7 all-time leading scorers: Playing professionally in France, Woodside is averaging 15 points per game for Gravelines,...

  • View from Madison

    Column by Rob Schultz of on Saul Philips:

  • Woodside, Winkelman start pro careers

    Former NDSU standouts Ben Woodside and Brett Winkelman have one game in the books as professional basketball players in Europe. Woodside, a 5-foot-10 guard who is NDSU’s all-time leading scorer, scored seven points in his first game with Graveline-Dunkerque in France. His team lost to a team from Paris. Competing in the...

Quis autem vel eum iure reprehenderit qui in ea voluptate velit esse quam nihil molestiae consequatur, vel illum qui dolorem?

Temporibus autem quibusdam et aut officiis debitis aut rerum necessitatibus saepe eveniet.

Copyright © 2016 Forum Communications Company.