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
Categories: College Sports-imported, University of Minnesota – Duluth
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.
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.
After a one year absence, the University of Minnesota Duluth is back in the NCAA Division II Football playoffs.
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 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.
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?”
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.
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.
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.
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.
The College of St. Scholastica had three athletes named Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) Players of the Week.
The University of Minnesota’s athletic department announced Thursday that they will honor Jacob Wetterling and grant the request of the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center and the Wetterling family by using the Number 11 in multiple ways on Saturday.
The University of Minnesota Duluth dropped from 19th to 23rd in the American Football Coaches Association Division II rankings after the Bulldogs dropped their season opener at Southwest Minnesota State.
Who says you can’t go back to school? Tuesday, the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher hockey program announced former U of M players Corey Millen and Ben Gordon joined the coaching staff.
As the University of Minnesota Duluth welcomed freshmen to campus everyone got involved. Including the football team.
Offseason became preseason Monday as prep teams across Minnesota reported for the first day of fall sports practices.
While the 2016 National Hockey League Draft was barely a month ago, teams always look to the future, including 2017 draft eligibles.
Cole Koepke, captain of Hermantown’s state championship hockey team has committed to the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Fair to say that the College of St. Scholastica runs Upper Midwest Athletic Conference baseball.
A woman football coach turns head, but there is much more to St. Scholastica’s kickers and punters coach than her gender.
UMD baseball team may miss out on an opportunity for the post season this year
The University of Minnesota Duluth is back in the Division II NCAA Softball Tournament for the first time since 2012. If you do the math, you’ll realize none of the current Bulldogs could have been part of that team, including head coach Jen Walter.
UMD Softball didn’t win a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament title in Jen Walter’s first season as head coach. However, there’s still a bigger prize to play for.
Duluth native C.J. Ham got a taste of the NCAA Division II football playoffs last fall as the senior helped Augustana to the school’s first post season berth since 2010.
Ryan Cunningham is a freshman pitcher at UMD.
University of Minnesota Duluth Softball had a fantastic first season under head coach Jen Walter. The Bulldogs went 21–7, finishing second in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, and are in position to make the NCAA Tournament.
A pair of future University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs could be picked early at the National Hockey League Draft this summer in Buffalo, N.Y.
UMD kicks off their 2016 outdoor season Sunday at the Hamline UNiversity Invitational.
The question isn’t if University of Minnesota Duluth juniors Dominic Toninato and Carson Soucy will play pro hockey, the question is when. Both were National Hockey League draft picks, and went in to this off-season with a decision to make.
After another successful season, the University of Minnesota Duluth and Men’s Hockey Coach Scott Sandelin agreed on a four-year contract extension, that will keep Sandelin behind the Bulldog bench through the 2020–21 season.
University of Minnesota Duluth Football Coach Curt Wiese led his team through day two of Spring Practice Wednesday at Malosky Stadium.
Kasimir Kaskisuo is giving up his final two seasons of college hockey eligibility to turn professional. UMD’s Finnish goalie is headed to Canada after he signed a two year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs Monday.
Spring was in the air Monday at Malosky Stadium. So were footballs, as Curt Wiese led his Bulldogs out for the first workout Of Spring Practice 2016.
Scott Sandelin and his UMD Hockey Bulldogs have made it to Massachusetts ahead of the first round of the NCAA Tournament’s Northeast Regional in Worcester.
Kind of irionic Michigan was the team to put UMD in to the Division I NCAA Men’s Hockey Tournament. After all, the Bulldogs beat Michigan for the 2011 title. The only way the schools would meet this year would be in the championship game.
There are still a couple of ways for UMD to wrap up a spot in the NCAA Division I Men’s Hockey tournament.The first, win the NCHC Frozen Faceoff and claim the automatic berth that comes with winning the conference playoff championship.The other, go 1–1 and sweat out the rest Championship Saturday and maybe Selection Sunday on the bubble.
March Madness; it’s what college basketball players dream of. UW-Green Bay won the Women’s Horizon League tournament last weekend, and earned a spot in the ‘Big Dance.’
The Bulldogs Sweeped Miami over the weekend to secure the fourth seed in the NCHC.
WCHA awards a captain and a freshman from UMD.
Morse has been a productive add for the UMD women’s hockey team but as a walk-on she’s not playing for the scholarship.
Brandon Newman treats the difficult transition from high school to college basketball just like a lay up.
Before Friday the bulldogs were on a three game win streak and looking like themselves again after a rough January. Then the golden gophers came to town and UMD took a hard loss last night to Minnesota 3 to 7. Saturday they went round two with Minnesota.
A hit during Saturday’s game is costing one UMD defensemen some playing time.
UMD has replaced former offensive coordinated Dan Larson with a familiar face.