All posts tagged "Summit League"

  • Spencer Eliason

    It took less than 18 hours for NDSU to recover after Jon Sobaski was let out of his letter of intent to fill his scholarship as Chadron, Nebraska’s Spencer Eliason verbally committed. I've committed to play basketball at North Dakota State next year! — spencer (@SpencerEliason) April 30, 2014   Eliason is...

  • Phillips To Ohio

    The coaching carousel has now fully engulfed Fargo, first football, then women’s basketball and now men’s basketball. Jason Arkley from the Athens Messenger first reported late Saturday night that Ohio University was set to hire Saul Phillips as its new men’s basketball coach. BREAKING: Ohio University will announce Saul Phillips as its...

  • A Second Crown

    NDSU claimed a second Summit League men’s basketball crown in six years on Thursday night as the Bison defeated South Dakota 82-54 and in the process fulfilled one of its major preseason goals. The glamour comes in March with the postseason tournament, but to win the conference crown illustrates who the best...

  • Closing In

    NDSU picked up a valuable road win yesterday in Omaha, 75-59 and in the process put themselves in a good spot to clinch either the one or two seed for the upcoming Summit League Tournament. Taylor Braun may have played his best game of the season yesterday; 31 points, 15 rebounds and...

  • A Win Is A Win

    The trendy thing is to stop comparing this year’s Bison men’s basketball team to the 2009 squad, but for the sake of this post bare with me; as NDSU did something tonight that they haven’t done since 2009; win at Western Illinois. It wasn’t pretty, no games ever are with WIU, and...

  • A New Leader

    NDSU took over sole possession of first place in the Summit League Saturday after a 69-58 win over Fort Wayne in front of 4,557 fans at the BSA in what was a loud and raucous environment. It was a dunk show in the second half for the Bison, TrayVonn Wright (pictured here)...

  • Halfway Home

    We have reached the halfway point of the Summit League season and NDSU finds itself in second place, a game behind first place IPFW, the Mastodons have had a terrific season, including a win over NDSU in early January. For years; at least to us that cover NDSU and the Summit League,...

  • A Look Back

    Tonight was the kind of game in past years that the Bison men’s basketball team wouldn’t have rallied to win, but with a team that has nearly five guys that will score 1,000 points in their careers you get the kind of comeback that NDSU put together. The Bison scored just 22...

  • Sunday Updates

    Saul Phillips and his Bison basketball team scored an impressive road win yesterday at South Dakota State, 85-77, Taylor Braun was terrific, living up to his Summit League preseason player of the year accolades, scoring 30 points. Braun as many will remember did not play in this game last year after the...

  • Impressive Start

    The Bison men’s basketball team knows if they want to win the Summit League championship they need to run the table at home and if they play like they did tonight against Omaha, it’s going to be hard for anyone to come to Fargo and beat this team. NDSU got six players...

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