Meaghan is the sports reporter for the Dickinson Press, focusing primarily on Dickinson State athletics and rodeo. 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.
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What happened to the Dickinson State football team the past two seasons is a thing of the past.
Athletes spend their entire careers trying to hone their craft and perfect their given position. Dickinson State senior Josh Borm has found success not just at one position, but three.
The 2014 season for the Dickinson State football team features a schedule full of opponents both old and new.
The Dickinson State football team didn’t have to look far for its new head coach — he was already standing on the sidelines.
Starting a season off at home isn’t as comforting as it sounds.
After two weeks of hard work, the Dickinson State football team competed in front of the public.
When Zach Craig of Dickinson organized last year’s Dielco Crane Championship Bull Riding event, he wasn’t sure what to expect.
After finishing 4-26 last season, the Dickinson State volleyball team needed to address a few areas of concern — depth, height and a winning mentality.
There is fierce competition in the Pure Stocks with the Southwest Speedway championship race in sight.
Every coach — including Dickinson State’s first-year head coach Pete Stanton — wants to win the battle at the line of scrimmage.