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  • Starting lineups at Ralph Engelstad Arena
  • Stick salute to fans
  • Head Coach Brad Berry
  • A breathtaking view of the river and bridge on campus
  • An early morning photo of campus
  • Defenseman Jacob Bernard-Docker
  • Ralph Engelstad Arena
  • Forward Shane Pinto
  • Goaltender Peter Thome
  • Forward Jordan Kawaguchi
  • Goaltender Adam Scheel

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Top Headlines

UMD tops Gophers; SCSU beats Badgers; UND earns split at Quinnipiac

Friday Round-Up: Three NCHC Teams Earn Top-10 Wins

By NCHC 10/22/2021, 11:15pm EDT

WMU knocks off No. 1 Michigan; CC upsets BC for first win; UMD, SCSU top Big Ten foes

Seven NCHC teams in action, including four top-20 series and three top-10 match-ups

A total of 56 alumni from NCHC teams to start season on NHL rosters, with at least two from each team

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NORTH DAKOTA

Located in the heart of the Red River Valley in Grand Forks, the University of North Dakota is the largest and most diversified institution of higher learning in a three-state region. The campus is home to nearly 14,000 students, including more than 2,800 graduate students, 200 law students and 290 medical students. Founded in 1883, six years before North Dakota became a state, the school offers over 225 majors. UND’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1946-47 and the program has claimed eight national championships, including in 2015-16, and two Hobey Baker Award winners. UND plays its home hockey games in the Ralph Engelstad Arena, which opened in 2001, and has a seating capacity of 11,634.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Grand Forks, N.D.
Founded: 1883
Enrollment: 13,678
Nickname: Fighting Hawks
Colors: Kelly Green and White
President: Dr. Andrew Armacost
Faculty Rep: Dr. Sue Jeno
Director of Athletics: Bill Chaves
Head Coach: Brad Berry
Alma Mater/Year: UND/2002
Dir. of Media Relations: Alec Johnson
Office Phone: 701-777-2986
Email: alec.stocker.johnson@und.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Ralph Engelstad Arena (2001)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 11,634

  • Starting lineups at Ralph Engelstad Arena
  • Stick salute to fans
  • Head Coach Brad Berry
  • A breathtaking view of the river and bridge on campus
  • An early morning photo of campus
  • Defenseman Jacob Bernard-Docker
  • Ralph Engelstad Arena
  • Forward Shane Pinto
  • Goaltender Peter Thome
  • Forward Jordan Kawaguchi
  • Goaltender Adam Scheel

Top Headlines

UMD tops Gophers; SCSU beats Badgers; UND earns split at Quinnipiac

Friday Round-Up: Three NCHC Teams Earn Top-10 Wins

By NCHC 10/22/2021, 11:15pm EDT

WMU knocks off No. 1 Michigan; CC upsets BC for first win; UMD, SCSU top Big Ten foes

Seven NCHC teams in action, including four top-20 series and three top-10 match-ups

A total of 56 alumni from NCHC teams to start season on NHL rosters, with at least two from each team

Connect with und


NORTH DAKOTA

Located in the heart of the Red River Valley in Grand Forks, the University of North Dakota is the largest and most diversified institution of higher learning in a three-state region. The nearly 14,000 students – including over 2,800 graduate students, 200 law students, and 290 medical students – come from every state and more than 80 countries. Founded in 1883, six years before North Dakota became a state, the campus sits on 584 acres and offers over 225 majors. UND’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1946-47 and the program has claimed eight national championships, including in 2015-16, and two Hobey Baker Award winners. UND plays its home hockey games in the Ralph Engelstad Arena, which opened in 2001, and has a seating capacity of 11,634.


QUICK FACTS

Location: Grand Forks, N.D.
Founded: 1883
Enrollment: 13,678
Nickname: Fighting Hawks
Colors: Kelly Green and White
President: Dr. Andrew Armacost
Faculty Rep: Dr. Sue Jeno
Director of Athletics: Bill Chaves
Head Coach: Brad Berry
Alma Mater/Year: UND/2002
Dir. of Media Relations: Alec Johnson
Office Phone: 701-777-2986
Email: alec.stocker.johnson@und.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Ralph Engelstad Arena (2001)
Rink Dimensions: 85x200 (NHL)
Capacity: 11,634