All posts tagged "NDSU"

  • 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,...

  • Bison basketball gets national TV exposure again

    In part, Saul Phillips friendship with Andy Katz may have helped North Dakota State acquire some more national television expsoure. Phillips NDSU men’s basketball team – along with NDSU’s women’s team – will host their annual season-opening "Late Show" event Oct. 16 in front of a national television audience on ESPNU. NDSU...

  • 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...

  • Short-sighted Higher Ed thinking: example 754

    OK, since NDSU did not go with my design concept for the new president’s house, attention now is focused on the almost-completed one. And if there ever was a short-sighted comment by a member of the Board of Higher Ed, the following is it: Rep. Larry Bellew, R-Minot, was among the lawmakers...

  • Say goodbye

    This drawing appears that it will stay just that: a drawing. The $15 million donor for NDSU’s portion of the project just isn’t out there and my sense is NDSU is ready to move on to its other option: total renovation of the BSA. The decision has to come pretty soon and...

  • College coaching watch

    It’s that time of year when college basketball coaches are fired and hired, leaving a trickle-down effect for coaches like North Dakota State’s Saul Phillips. Let it be said that Phillips said he is not looking for another job and is more than content to start his third year as NDSU’s head...

  • Looking ahead; it’s not promising

    With the threat of massive damage to the community lessening, NDSU spring sports are trying to get a handle on their seasons. The Bison softball team will play IUPUI at Iowa State on Thursday and Friday with no idea when they will be able to get in their home opener. The baseball...

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