The Bison Sports Arena will see one of its last games Saturday, when NDSU men's basketball takes on SDSUFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The Bison sports arena is in its final days, and tomorrow the place will be rocking, as NDSU takes on rival SDSU, with a chance to clinch at least a share of the Summit League title.
By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The Bison sports arena is in its final days, and tomorrow the place will be rocking, as NDSU takes on rival SDSU, with a chance to clinch at least a share of the Summit League title.
The Jacks have won 6 straight, so the Bison know tomorrow's outcome will play a huge role in what happens come March.
Taylor Braun/NDSU Sr. Guard: “Must win for us, there is so much on the line, we have done a good job of putting ourselves in this position with our conference record and we need to take advantage of that and we need to do it on our home court.”
Marshall Bjorklund/NDSU Sr. Forward: “We feel good we are not preparing any different, we are going in to it like it's any other conference game that we played this year which has worked out pretty well for us so far. We are excited, looking forward to it.”
As we mentioned at 5, heartbreak for team USA again, this time it's the men falling to Canada in the semifinals, 1-0.
It's the first time the U-S has been shut out at the Olympics since 1976.
The Canadians will play Sweden for Gold on Sunday, while the Americans have to settle for a Bronze medal showdown with Finland tomorrow.
Detroit Lakes finishes third at state gymnastics meet