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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Penalties are game and momentum changers.
The Dickinson State men’s basketball team hasn’t had an easy schedule.
The Dickinson State men’s basketball team put itself in an early deficit and committed 22 turnovers. But despite the poor start and ball handling, the team found a way to win.
Sometimes, the loss of something one loves shows its real importance.
There’s no telling when a future employer could be watching.
Everything Codi Miller has worked for comes down to this. Since she was young, it had always been Miller’s dream to be crowned Miss Rodeo America, and after years of competition, the Miss Rodeo North Dakota queen gets a chance to fulfill her wish. The Amidon native will travel to Las Vegas on Friday to represent her state and the western region on the national stage at the Miss Rodeo America competition. The pageant runs alongside the National Finals Rodeo, beginning Nov. 30 with the crowning on Dec.
On Nov. 7, Dickinson State cross country runner Austyn Copp had no idea she won the North Star Athletic Association conference.
There were a lot of questions, comments and concerns at the beginning of this season for the Dickinson State football team. Could first-year head coach Pete Stanton lead the team to victory? Will the influx of new players mesh with the returners? Can the Blue Hawks be a force once again after countless disappointing seasons?
The Dickinson State football team ended its season on a high note with a 28-21 win against the Universty of Jamestown on Saturday. So did senior running back Jesse Carney and junior safety Awa Poggi.
Another game came down to the wire.