Duluth, Minn. — Thanks to a quarterfinals sweep over Nebraska- Omaha, UMD”s next stop is St. Paul, Minnesota. The Bulldogs check in at number four in this week’s USCHO polls… Number
Duluth, Minn. — Thanks to a quarterfinals sweep over Nebraska- Omaha, UMD”s next stop is St. Paul, Minnesota. The Bulldogs check in at number four in
UMD will head to the Xcel Center this Friday for the first round of the NCHC Frozen Faceoff! From winning a national championship, to serving
Duluth, MN – The University of Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team won 4-1 over Nebraska-Omaha on Saturday night to secure the 2-0 series sweep over
DULUTH, MN- Nick Swaney would light the lamp in overtime to give UMD a 2-1 win over Omaha in game one of the NCHC quarterfinals.
On Wednesday afternoon, Chase Vogler was officially introduced as the UMD Bulldogs brand new offensive coordinator. Vogler is likely a familiar name as he started
Duluth, Minn — It was a good night for the College of Saint Scholastica basketball teams topped Finlandia. Brandon Newman led the men with 13
It was from 2009-2012 that Chase Vogler was under center as the UMD Bulldog’s quarterback. Now he is coming back to serve as the team’s
Duluth, Minn. — UMD’s Gabbie Hughes has been named rookie of the month by the WCHA. The freshman currently leads the entire UMD squad in
The 2nd ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers would find the net three times in the 3rd period to defeat UMD 5-3 on Sunday afternoon. Anneke Linser,
Naomi Rogge would score with 1:21 remaining in overtime on Saturday to give UMD the 3 to 2 upset over #2 Minnesota. Kylie Hanley and
The UMD women’s basketball team picked up their 4th straight win on Saturday, defeating Upper Iowa 68 to 53. Sammy Kozlowski led the team in
The St. Scholastica women’s hockey team completed the sweep over Finlandia on Saturday, defeating the Lions 4-0. The Saints had four different goal scorers to
Duluth, Minn — Emma Boehm posted a team-high 18 points for the UMD Bulldogs on Friday night as the squad topped NSIC-rivals Winona State 80-59.
Duluth, Minn — Five different scorers stepped up for the College of Saint Scholastica women’s hockey team on Friday night. The Saints rolled past Finlandia