Following the recommendations from the NJCAA Presidential Advisory Council and the NJCAA Board of Regents, the NJCAA has announced its adjusted plan of action for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year. Following the Board of Regents' vote on Monday, a majority of competition will be moved to the spring semester.
North Dakota State College of Science has named Adam Jacobson as its new women’s basketball head coach, taking over for the recently resigned Tom Dryburgh.
A familiar name in North Dakota, Jacobson has been coaching within the state and region for more than a decade, with successful stops at University of Mary, University of North Dakota, University of Jamestown.
For the third time in the last four years, North Dakota State College of Science is heading to Texas for spring break.
The Wildcats overcame an early deficit with a 24-5 run to end the first half, sinking Malcom X College 79-36 to win the North Central District championship and earn an automatic bid to the NJCAA Division One National Tournament.
NDSCS women’s basketball capped the 2019-20 regular season with a 71-50 win over Dakota College at Bottineau. That win, coupled with a Miles CC loss to United Tribes, gave the Cats the No. 2 seed in the Region XIII Tournament and a first-round bye.
North Dakota State College of Science women’s basketball team continued its incredible run, sweeping nationally-ranked Bryant & Stratton College and Jamestown JV to extend its winning streak to 12 games at the NDSCS Baymont Inn Classic in Wahpeton.
North Dakota State College of Science Women’s Basketball extended its winning streak to 10 straight games over the weekend, picking up a pair of wins over Jefferson College (MO) and Iowa Western as part of the Reiver Thanksgiving Classic.
North Dakota State College of Science women’s basketball program continued its torrid start to the season over the weekend in Devils Lake, picking up a pair of wins over Turtle Mountain Community College and Sheridan College in the Lake Region State Classic to hike their winning streak to eight straight games.
North Dakota State College of Science went 2-0 this weekend at the NDSCS AmericInn Classic, extending their winning streak to four games with a pair of wins over Bethel JV, 74-38, and Northeastern (Neb.), 61-50.