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Bison Fans Can Own a Piece of Basketball History

The reclaimed wood from this vintage NDSU basketball court is now for sale.

 Bison fans could be able to get their hands on a piece of basketball history.

The same company that salvaged the Bison Sports Arena's wooden bleachers discovered another hidden gem during demolition... the painted floor where some of the Bison's most successful seasons were played.

It was found stashed in a storage room.

In the 90s, Bison Women's Basketball played 5 consecutive championship seasons on the floor.

Seth Carlson/ ICSS Design and Supply: it's kind of cool to have that piece of history and being able to bring it back to life, rather than just throwing it away.

If you're interested in owning a section of the floor, you can contact ICSS Design and Supply in Fargo.

Catherine Ross

Catherine joined the WDAY 6 News team as a reporter and photographer in April of 2014 and is honored to bring you stories from around the Red River Valley. She grew up in a suburb of Minneapolis and got her first taste of the news industry during a high school mentorship at Fox 9 in the Twin Cities. Catherine graduated from Emerson College in Boston where she participated in the student-run TV station WEBN and spent a semester in Washington, DC working at Voice of America. Those opportunities gave her a front-row seat to the 2012 Presidential election cycle, reporting at the Iowa Caucuses, Republican National Convention and President Obama’s second inauguration. Now happy to be back closer to family, Catherine enjoys exploring the nature and culture of the upper Midwest. She’s an avid runner, novice foodie and lifelong Twins fan. If you have any story ideas or just want to say hello, Catherine would love to hear from you!

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