Meaghan is the sports page designer and copy editor for the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. After graduating from James Madison University (Va.) in May 2013, she moved from New Jersey to North Dakota to start pursuing her career in sports journalism and was a sports reporter for the Dickinson Press and covered Dickinson State athletics. Meaghan has been working for the Forum since June 2015.
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The Dickinson State women’s basketball team traveled to Grand Forks to play the University of North Dakota on Dec. 2. Now, it’s the men’s turn.
The Dickinson Trinity boys basketball team has been on cruise control since Tuesday’s start to the Roughrider Tournament.
The Heart River boys basketball team was faced with a large amount of adversity before its first game of the season.
The Killdeer boys basketball team had a goal coming into this season — be a stronger defensive team.
A huge halftime deficit is difficult to overcome.
The Dickinson Trinity girls basketball team’s home opener couldn’t have gone any better.
Another meet down, another meet better.
The Dickinson State women’s basketball team faced its toughest opponent to date last week with University of North Dakota. The challenge ahead was daunting — UND won 88-40 — but the team didn’t leave Grand Forks empty handed. “They really put it to us pressuring stuff like that and made us really execute our defense to a tee,” DSU sophomore guard Rachael McDonough said. “We couldn’t get away with mistakes.
Once the Dickinson State men’s basketball team snagged the lead, there was no stopping.
In a cheerful Heart River Elementary School classroom with bright paintings of Dr. Seuss on the walls, six Dickinson State men’s basketball players and assistant coach Spenser Nunes sat in tight circles amongst second-graders with books in hand.