The latest stop on the Olympic gold-medal victory tour for Grand Forks natives and twin sisters Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux included an appearance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The Lamoureux twins, who led the Americans to gold in the 2018 Pyeongchang Games, appeared on Monday night's episode in New York City. They also appeared with team captain Meghan Duggan and goalie Maddie Rooney. Fallon asked Jocelyne and Monique about being twin sisters and Jocelyne's game-winning shootout goal.
During the past 20 years, Kellie Elliott has spent time in numerous roles in the athletics world across the country. She's been at Yale, San Jose State, Florida State, Stanford, Cal, as a consultant and currently is the deputy athletic director at Texas-San Antonio. Elliott says all of those experiences have prepared her to be the next athletic director at UND. Elliott addressed a crowd of people at an open forum at the Gorecki Alumni Center on Tuesday afternoon. She was the third person to interview for the job.
The highest ticket prices in UND athletics history didn't at all slow down the mad dash of fans trying to find their way into the North Dakota-Minnesota hockey series next month. The rivalry series, being played in Ralph Engelstad Arena for the first time in six seasons, instantly sold out this week, despite record ticket prices of $99 for both adult and youth tickets.
Karl Goehring has been at UND as a volunteer goalie coach for seven seasons. In that role (NCAA rules limit teams to two paid assistant coaches),
BOSTON - Zane McIntyre was the top player for the UND men's hockey team this season. In turn, the awards piled up. He was the National Collegiate Hockey Conference goalie...
A 19-year-old Arvilla, N.D., man was found guilty of aggravated reckless driving Wednesday in the crash that severely injured UND women's hockey player Lisa Marvin. Tristen Johnson was read the verdict from a six-person jury Wednesday afternoon in District Court in Grand Forks. Johnson will be sentenced on March 23. Aggravated reckless driving is a Class A misdemeanor in North Dakota, punishable by up to a year's imprisonment and/or a $3,000 fine. The accident occurred Nov. 17, when Marvin's pickup ran out of gas on Gateway Drive in Grand Forks.