Brad Elliott Schlossman
Schlossman is in his 13th year covering college hockey for the Herald. In 2016 and 2018, he was named the top beat writer in the country by the Associated Press Sports Editors. He also was the NCHC's inaugural Media Excellence Award winner in 2018. Schlossman has voted in the national college hockey poll since 2007 and has served as a member of the Hobey Baker and Patty Kazmaier Award committees.
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Prep football 6 Friday's results Stephen-Argyle 27, Clearbrook-Gonvick 10 Ely 18, Lake of the Woods 14 Breckenridge 48, Roseau 0 Wadena-Deer Creek 34, United North Central 6 Pelican Rapids 34, Frazee 14 Nevis 32, Laporte 8 Perham 34, Pequot Lakes 32 Detroit Lakes 49, Fergus Falls 7 Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 34, Staples-Motley 28 Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 40, Red Lake 0 Carrington 56, Bottineau 6 Grafton 11, Watford City 6 West Fargo 40, Bismarck Legacy 20
Last season, National Collegiate Hockey Conference referee Dan Dreger was hit by a puck above his lip, causing significant damage that required several hospital visits. Dreger had four permanent plates installed in his face, two temporary brackets put in his jaw, had his jaw wired shut for two weeks, had eight screws placed in his mouth and 36 stitches.
There are a couple of new twists to UND's fall camp this season. Both of them are welcome to Fighting Hawks coach Brad Berry. The first one is that UND is actually at full strength. When the Fighting Hawks hit the ice in Ralph Engelstad Arena this week, every player on the roster was on the ice. That includes East Grand Forks Senior High graduate Dixon Bowen, a junior forward who had offseason surgery. In recent years, that hasn't been the case.
There are a couple of new twists to UND’s fall camp this season. Both of them are welcome to Fighting Hawks coach Brad Berry. The first one is that UND is actually at full strength. When the Fighting Hawks hit the ice in Ralph Engelstad Arena this week, every player on the roster was on the ice.
UND will hold its 10th annual North Dakota Hockey Fan Fest on Sunday afternoon in Ralph Engelstad Arena. The event will last from 1-2:30 p.m. on the concourse of the main level. The players will be signing autographs and a select number will be participating in a Q&A session on the media stage. A free hot dog lunch will be provided by Midco Sports Network, the event's sponsor. Fans also will get free Midco Sports Network hats and bottle tops while supplies last. UND athletics will be providing a 2018-19 schedule poster.
UND’s television broadcast schedule will be a bit deeper this season than in the past. Monday’s announcement that CBS Sports will broadcast four UND hockey games -- two home games, two road games -- brings the total number of broadcasts in the regular season to 28 games. Six more will be streamed on NCHC.tv, leaving just three games outside of the Midco/CBS/NCHC.tv realm.
Prep volleyball 6 Friday's result Fargo Davies 25-17-25-25, Red River 21-25-23-18 Fargo Davies (kills-blocks-service aces)—Averi Beyer 0-0-3 (21 digs), Grace Solberg 8-1-0 (15 digs), Keely Terry 7-2-4, Ava Wild 2-3-0, Morgan Hall 8-3-0, Kenzee Langlie 2-0-1 (19 assists, 14 digs), Madi Langlie 6-0-1, Madaline Cooper 3-1-4 (13 assists), Natalie Hallstrom 1-0-0
When UND and North Dakota State move back into the same football conference in 2020, the first matchup will be held in Fargo, two sources have confirmed to the Herald. That means UND will play at the Fargodome two seasons in a row. Next season, the Fighting Hawks and Bison will play a nonconference game in the Fargodome. That game was scheduled in the summer of 2014.
The Montgomery family has a long history with UND athletics. Tom Montgomery is in the school’s Hall of Fame as a baseball player. Scott Montgomery also played baseball. Mike Montgomery was a UND basketball player. Soon, the family will be a part of the UND hockey program, too. Grand Forks native Dane Montgomery gave a verbal commitment Friday afternoon to play for the Fighting Hawks in the future.
UND volleyball setter Roosa Rautio arrived in Grand Forks on a Sunday this spring. It was the first time that she had ever stepped foot in the United States. Coach Mark Pryor picked her up at the airport and she had one request. “She asked if she could go look at the gym,” Pryor said. “I was like, ‘You’ve been on a flight for 17 hours. Don’t you want to go rest?’ She was like, ‘No, I just want to see the gym.’”