Wednesday, February 29, 2012

North dakota fighting sioux

  • BISMARCK, N.D. -- University of North Dakota teams risk forfeiting any post-season games if their teams, cheerleaders or band wear or display the schools Fighting Sioux nickname and American Indian head logo, an NCAA official said Wednesday.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The Denver Pioneers have one last chance to end their regular season home schedule with a victory after Friday nights 4-3 loss to the North Dakota Fighting Sioux. These two teams will take the ice one last time at Magness Arena on Saturday night.
  • (SB Nation)
  • The lobby of Ralph Engelstad Arena at the University of North Dakota contains multiple nods to the Fighting Sioux nickname the university must retire to avoid N.C.A.A. sanctions.
  • (New York Times)
  • The Denver Pioneers hockey team closed out its home schedule with a 5-3 victory over the North Dakota Fighting Sioux on Saturday.
  • (SB Nation)
  • Legislative leaders voted Friday to hire an attorney to attempt to intervene in a lawsuit over the University of North Dakotas Fighting Sioux nickname.
  • (RealClearPolitics)
  • Aaron Anderson scored 19 points and Patrick Mitchell added 18 as North Dakota held off Longwood 67-59 Saturday.
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  • BISMARCK, N.D. (WTW) — North Dakotas Supreme Court should block a June referendum on the University of North Dakotas Fighting Sioux nickname because the law requiring the nickname to be used is unconstitutional, an assistant attorney general argued Friday.
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  • FARGO, ND — The controversy over the University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux nickname refuses to die. You almost need a scorecard to keep track of the twists and turns in the nickname saga.
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  • SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Two North Dakota records fell tonight as the Fighting Sioux womens swimming and diving team took on the second day of competition at the 2012 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Swimming and Diving Championships.
  • (UND Fighting Sioux)
  • BISMARCK, N.D. — Secretary of State Al Jaeger is getting two attorneys to represent his office in the Fighting Sioux lawsuit. They are Sarah Andrews Herman and Matthew Kipp of Fargo.
  • (Bismarck Tribune)

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