UMD Left With One Loss and One Win After St. Cloud Visit
The Bulldog Women got the win over St. Cloud State, 61-55 but the Men lost, 63-58
Categories: College Sports-imported, University of Minnesota – Duluth
NEW YORK (AP) – Major League Baseball has pushed back an opening day until mid-May at the earliest because of the coronavirus. The move came Monday after the federal government recommended restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement following a conference call with executives of the 30 teams….
(AP) – The NCAA has canceled its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments because of the spread of coronavirus. The move puts an abrupt end to the season less than a month before champions were to be crowned. The decision comes a day after the NCAA announced the games that were scheduled to start next week would go on but played…
Categories: College Sports-imported, University of Minnesota – Duluth
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Bryceton Butkiewicz walked off the football field as a rebel and on to the ice to play with the Minnesota Wilderness.
The 315-mile bicycle route that runs between St. Paul and Grand Portage State Park, just south of the Canadian border, is the state’s second route to be listed on the U.S. Bicycle Route System, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Recent weather patterns have made it difficult for businesses like Duluth Experience to start winter activities.
The American Birkebeiner Trail was named the number one cross-country ski destination in the nation as voted by USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest.
A chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team to the biggest match of its history, crashed into a Colombian hillside and broke into pieces.
First serve For the Division II NCAA Women’s Volleyball tournament is just days away as the University of Minnesota Duluth heads to the Central Regional for the 14th time in 15 years.
Kristofer McKinzie played at Mars Lakeview Arena for Marshall Schools but now he wears a different jersey.
A year ago the University of Minnesota Duluth Volleyball team was disappointed on Selection Monday as the Bulldogs were left out of the Div. II NCAA Tournament for the first time under coach Jim Boos. That’s not the case this year though, as UMD made the field of 64.
This week’s Northern Star spotlights Ely senior Josh Heiman, who’s working towards his goal of attending West Point Academy.
The season ended for most Division II football teams last Saturday. But the University of Minnesota Duluth is one of the lucky 28 teams programs that get to be a part of the national playoffs.
The Minnesota Vikings have released kicker Blair Walsh, the team confirmed on Tuesday.
After a one year absence, the University of Minnesota Duluth is back in the NCAA Division II Football playoffs.
Duluth is home to a brand new state boxing champion. Saturday night at Throw Down at the Bear at Black Bear Casino, ‘The Hope of the Hillside’ Markus ‘Hooch’ Morris claimed the vacant Minnesota Jr. Welterweight Championship by knocking out Jeremy McLaurin in the 7th round.
USA Hockey allows kids to try youth hockey around the nation for free.
Jeff Gronner has stuttered his whole life but that doesn’t stop him from doing the job he always knew he wanted.
The University of Minnesota Duluth claimed the top spot in the college hockey polls with seven wins and two ties in the first 10 games of the season, against five nationally ranked opponents. The Bulldogs ability to battle back has been a big reason why.
Maura Crowell has Bulldog Women’s Hockey back among the nation’s elite in just her second season at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Saturday night will be alright for fighting… at Black Bear Casino. ‘Throw Down at The Bear’ features a state title bout in the co–main event.
Spencer Wehr continues his successful junior season into State.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced on Thursday, November 3, that the winter walleye regulation will allow anglers to keep one walleye between 19 and 21 inches or one longer than 28 inches.
Saturday night in an AMSOIL Arena hallway, University of Minnesota Duluth Athletic Director Josh Berlo joked he ordered a second ‘Number 1’ flag. He may need it, depending on how the Div. II volleyball coaches vote.
In Cromwell the undefeated Cardinal football team is being lead by a senior quarterback driven by legacy.
Jay Boder almost couldn’t play soccer but it turned out to be the perfect fit.
Duluth Marshall senior Alli Mckenna is leading the Hilltoppers girls soccer team with some serious spirit.
Mountain bikers from across the state invaded Duluth for a big race.
The fall marathon & half-marathon offers you spectacular fall colors, friendly aid stations and the best in pre-and post-race music.
Scott Anderson was inducted into the Duluth East Hall of Fame this weekend.
Visitors to the University of Minnesota Duluth campus after 3:00 p.m. Monday saw a unique site on the flagpoles. The “Number 1” flag is flying after the Bulldogs topped the Division II volleyball coaches poll.
The most asked preseason question about Bulldog Hockey was “who would fill Kasimir Kaskisuo’s pads between the pipes?”
Out in Cloquet two brothers are showing the Lumberjack football team exactly what it means to be a family on the gridiron.
Makenzie Stariha is this week’s Northern Star
The honor of being the highest ranked team on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus still belongs to Jim Boos’ volleyball team who improved to 13–0 with three wins last week.
There are only a few more days until a special Saturday night boxing show at Grand Casino Hinckley. Duluth’s Ryan Watson will be in one of the featured bouts.
Virginia junior Lexi Ahrens, one of the Northland’s top volleyball prospects, announced her verbal commitment to the University of North Dakota Monday.
Through three weeks of college football two things are clear. UMD’s offense scores a lot of points while the defense gives up a bunch.
We’re less than two weeks away from another great boxing card at Grand Casino Hinckley. Al Sands will be there, fighting at a new weight class.
UMD Football went unranked in this week’s Division II polls despite improving to 2–1 at Concordia-St. Paul over the weekend.
A total of six St. Scholastica athletes were recognized by the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) on Monday as being players of the week in their respective sports.
At Duluth Denfeld Senior quarterback Cody Brown is proving that brain over brawn isn’t just a metaphor, and that football is no longer just a big man’s game.
Resale ticket prices for Minnesota Vikings game against the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium have hit new highs, prompting a warning form the home team about scammers.
Safe to say through two football games, the University of Minnesota Duluth offense is as potent as ever, averaging 36 points a contest. That’s the good news.
100 holes of golf in a single day. An imposing task, but one Superior National Golf Course Head Professional Heath Ekstrom was up to.
The Minnesota Vikings original Gjallerhorn was on display at the Great Lakes Aquarium Tuesday.
The College of St. Scholastica had three athletes named Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Players of the Week.
Gunnar Gronski and Gunner Johnson are both helping Superior to a successful season.
A total of 514 people registered for the Grandma’s Minnesota Mile event which featured four separate divisions — Minnesota Mile (Elite), Duluth Mile (Semi-Elite), All City Mile (Recreational) and the Verizon Kids Mile.