With the countdown to kickoff in Russia for the World Cup ticking down under 100 days, major questions remain in the leadup to the biggest sporting event in the world. Is VAR going to be ready? The biggest question…

TAYLOR SCHLOEMER | THE SPECTRUM North Dakota State introduced Michael Regan as the new women’s soccer coach. Regan, a former Indiana assistant coach, will take the helm after the resignation of former coach Mark Cook in November. It is…

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Tame Draw Sets World Cup Field

With the opening of the 2018 World Cup seven months away, the group draw was hosted in the Kremlin last Friday. Putting “hand of God” jabs directed toward Diego Maradona by Gary Lineker aside, the draw itself was rather…

BISON ROUNDUP

Men’s basketball North Dakota State men’s basketball defeated Stetson 94-58 Saturday, Nov. 25. Tyson Ward scored a career-high 26 points, on 10-for-12 shooting and snagged six rebounds as Paul Miller recorded his fifth career double-double with 15 points and…

After advancing past conference No. 1 South Dakota State 2-1 Thursday, the North Dakota State Bison had their season ended by the University of Denver in the Summit League Championship game Saturday. The Pioneers 2-1 victory clinched them an…

While the football team travels down the I-29 this weekend, there is still plenty of action going on in Fargo. Playoff soccer, volleyball and a return to basketball highlight a busy week for Bison athletics. Women’s soccer Dacotah Field…

The waters surrounding the U.S. after failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup are finally starting to calm. However, not all is calm as U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati has yet to confirm that he will not run…

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Complete Failure for US Soccer

On Friday, Oct. 6, anyone that thinks they are even 50 percent American Outlaw went to bed dreaming of vodka drinking bears dancing in furry hats. The U.S. was headed to the World Cup after dismantling Panama 4-0. But…

With the team’s struggles on the road, this weekend presented a rare opportunity for the NDSU women’s soccer team. “We know this is a six-point weekend for us; we need to hold court at home,” NDSU head coach Mark…

After a tumultuous non-conference schedule, especially away from home, the familiarity of a Summit League foe at Dacotah Field was exactly what the Bison Women’s soccer team needed. NDSU was not going to let the chance slip, and caught…