Tim was born in St. Cloud, Minnesota and was raised in Holdingford, Minnesota. He attended Minnesota State University Moorhead and graduated in the Spring of 2011 with a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. Tim started working at WDAY in the Spring of 2010 as a part-time Newsroom Assistant. He started working full-time in the Fall of 2011 as a Photographer. He joined the sports department in early 2014.
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WDAY TV - After losing to Brainerd earlier in the season, the Moorhead Spuds earned revenge in a rematch with the Warriors, winning 4-1. In North Dakota, Red River held on to first place in the east with a 7-0 win over South Shanley.
WDAY TV - In North Dakota, 3rd place West Fargo shutout 1st place North-South, winning 1-0. West Fargo's Kaycee Herring scored the only goal between the two teams in the third period. In Minnesota, East Grand Forks edged Moorhead by a goal, winning 2-1.
Jamestown, ND - The Jamestown Women's basketball team is once again putting together an impressive season. The Jimmies have won three straight since the holiday break, and have climbed to 13th in the latest NAIA polls. One key to this year's team has been the high powered offense, and head coach Greg Ulland says the production has been more spread out this season.
Moorhead, MN - This winter has been unlike any other for MSU Moorhead. Both basketball teams sit on top of the Northern Sun division standings this late in the season for the first time in school history. The Dragons have dominated their opponents. The women are on fire, winners of fifteen straight, they haven't lost since their season opener in November. It's a sense of pride for both teams, who seem to be feeding off each other's success.
WDAY TV - The Kindred Vikings remain undefeated after a 58-39 road win over Richland. Krya Braaten led the Vikings with 15 points. Kindred is now 11-0, Richland is 7-5. In Class A, Emily Dietz led Shanley with 17 points as the Deacons handled Valley City, winning 62-30.
Valley City, ND - Nate Rodriguez scored 34 points for the Hi-Liners, but it wasn't enough as Shanley held on to win 71-67. Jake Kava led the Deacons with 26 points. Shanley improves to 7-4 in EDC play, while the Hi-Liners fall to 2-7.
WDAY TV - Moorhead product Austin Nelson led Concordia with 17 points, but it wasn't enough, as the Cobbers lost at home to Macalester 70-65. Kereem Ismail scored 17 for the Scots, who earned their first MIAC win of the season. In Valley City, Dickinson State swept Valley City State. The Blue Hawk Men edged the Vikings by a point, 74-73. Rashad Satahoo led the Vikings with 27. On the Women's side, Dickinson State won another close game, 68-64.
Sioux Falls, SD - The 18th ranked MSUM Women won their 14th straight game, 65-55 over Augustana Friday night. Drew Sannes poured in 26 points to go along with 10 rebounds for the Dragons. The MSUM finished the sweep with a dramatic double overtime win, 91-89. With three seconds left in the second overtime, Ayob Ayob shook his defender and scored easily on a reverse layup to give the Dragons the win. Ayob had a career high 28 points in the win.
WDAY TV - Three players scored over 20 points as the Fighting Hawk men beat Montana State 90-85. UND is now 4-1 in Big Sky play, and is on a 4 game win streak. The UND Women lost their first conference game in overtime, 74-71 to Montana State. Mikailah Dyer led UND with 19 points. The Fighting Hawks are now tied with the Bobcats, both at 4-1 in Big Sky play.
Moorhead, MN - NCE-UH improved its record to 5-2 with a 73-66 road win over Park Christian. In other action, Breckenridge topped D-G-F, Perham beat Detroit Lakes, and Ada-Borup and Barnesville also earned victories.