SEATTLE-- Senior Tyler Follis collected two more hits to extend his hitting streak to 23 games, dating back to last season, in a 4-1 loss to host Washington in the series finale between the clubs.
The University of North Dakota women's tennis team dropped a Big Sky Conference match to Idaho, 7-0, on Sunday afternoon.
The rest of the San Diego Classic, including all games Sunday at both the SDSU Softball Stadium and the USD Softball Complex, have been canceled because of inclement weather and unplayable field conditions. No games will be made up.
SAN ANTONIO-- The UND men finished sixth and the women finished seventh in their respective standings at the four-day Western Athletic Conference championships concluded Saturday.
SEATTLE-- The University of Washington swept a non-conference doubleheader over UND Saturday, winning 17-3 and 5-3. North Dakota senior Jeff Campbell continued his hot start to the season with five more hits Saturday, giving him a season batting average of .542 (13-for-24).
CEDAR CITY, Utah -- Visiting North Dakota, despite a furious comeback attempt, could not overcome a sluggish 23-4 start as host Southern Utah earned a 73-66 Big Sky Conference win Saturday night.
The University of North Dakota women's tennis team fell to PAC-12 foe Washington State, 5-2 on Saturday in Pullman, Washington.
The University of North Dakota softball team lost a pair of games on the second day of competition at the San Diego Classic, losing a 10-1 decision to UC Davis and an 8-0 decision to Grand Canyon on Saturday.
For the second straight day, senior Amanda Fairweather was the top North Dakota women's golfer at the spring-opening Red Rocks Invitational on Saturday.
The University of North Dakota men's hockey team capped off another sweep by defeating St. Cloud State, 3-1 on Saturday at Ralph Engelstad Arena
It's been a weekend full of records for the University of North Dakota track and field program, and senior Jakob Bissell turned in one of his own once again at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship on Saturday at the Walkup Skydome.
Heading into the final day of competition at the Big Sky Conference Indoor Championship, freshman Natasha Brown had broken the school record in the 60-meters four times already this season. She followed that up with a record-breaking performance, this time in the 200-meters, on Saturday at the Walkup Skydome to capture all-conference honors.