The UMD men are also back at home this weekend and will be seeking redemption as well as they face Colorado College who they split with earlier this month. In today’s press conference, head coach Scott Sandelin called this an “interesting week.”
There has already been a plethora of nationally ranked teams out of Bulldog Country this past fall and now winter season, but on Monday we highlight the No.22 Women’s Cross-Country team which is headed back to nationals for their 11th time.
The High School girls’ basketball season is just about underway and on Tuesday night the Superior girl’s basketball team opened up their season on a high note. With an experienced team, the Spartans have big visions for this year’s team.
The Duluth East Greyhounds seek to build upon last year’s 8-18 record. While Grand Rapids ended the Greyhounds season in the Section 7A Quarterfinals, in his second year of leading Duluth East, head coach Steve Pitoscia says he’s hopeful of making a run this season because of the players on his roster.
It’s that time of year when the state of hockey is gifted with more of what they want, High School hockey, and last year Duluth Denfeld capped off their year with an impressive 19-9 record but ended their year with a disappointing loss in the Section A finals.
The month of November is pinned as Men’s Health Awareness month and this month specifically hits home for the UMD men’s hockey team who launched the campaign ‘Mo-Bros’ in support of the fight against cancer.
Over the past year, few have shown as much strength as Bulldog’s defenseman, Will Francis. From a leukemia diagnosis to ringing the cancer-free bell, Francis has shown the ultimate willpower and is now back playing the sport he loves.
The No.7 UMD women’s hockey team took on rival and top-ranked Minnesota this past weekend. While the results weren’t ideal as UMD was swept, the Bulldogs did force the No.1 team in the country to overtime.
On Wednesday at the UMD hockey press conference, head coach Scott Sandelin said, “Welcome to the NCHC!” The Bulldogs opened up league play at Colorado College this past weekend and battled through some early adversity.
The Yellowjackets are trading their cleats for dancing shoes. After a 3-0 shutout win in the Conference Championship on Saturday, the UWS men’s soccer team is headed to the big dance, yet again, earning their fifth- consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
The Northland is full of talented teams, but the UMD men’s and women’s hockey teams aren’t the only ones who have consistently found themselves in the national rankings. The No.5 UMD volleyball team has as well, most recently earning the third seat in the regional rankings.