Laqua Likes The Talent Dragons Football Has Amassed

Minnesota State Moorhead started its spring football practices earlier this week with more than 80 players in camp, the most since head coach Steve Laqua took over the program. Next fall will be Laqua’s seventh season with the Dragons. “This is most talent we’ve had since I’ve been here,” Laqua said. MSUM lost two starters…
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RedHawks Produce Powerful Memorial Video For Former Pitcher Jake Laber

The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks have produced a powerful memorial video for former pitcher Jake Laber, who recently died at age 30. Laber played baseball for Fargo North, North Dakota State and the RedHawks. The left-hander also played for River City of the Frontier League. “From a competitive standpoint, he could go out there and compete with…
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Former Bison DE Emanuel Channels His Inner Eric Clapton

Former North Dakota State defensive end Kyle Emanuel was recently featured on FOX 5 San Diego for his musical talent. Emanuel is set to enter his second season with the San Diego Chargers. The 6-foot-3, 250-pound Emanuel played in 15 games at outside linebacker during his rookie season with the Chargers. Emanuel likes to play…
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Nelson On Summitt: ‘She Inspired Me To Be A Coach’

Karla Nelson remembers being at the 1999 NCAA Division I women’s basketball Final Four and carrying a book everywhere she went, seeking an autograph from a coaching legend. The Minnesota State Moorhead women’s basketball head coach was hoping to run into Tennessee Volunteers head coach Pat Summitt. “I carried her book around the whole day,…
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Roesler Rewind: A Look Back At Roesler’s Division I Outdoor 800 Championship

Laura Roesler is making a run for the Rio Olympics starting Friday, July 1, at the U.S. Olympic Trials for track in field at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. Hayward Field was Roesler’s home track in college. The Fargo South graduate ran for the Oregon Ducks and a was a 17-time All-American. Below is…
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