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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Spring normally is a season of change. Well, when you’re not buried under 18 inches of snow. But when the weather actually cooperates, flowers start to bloom, the temperatures rise and new sports get underway. This spring marked the official beginning of change for the Dickinson State football team.
The weather was warm, the wind was dead and the Dickinson State softball team’s bats once again were flying. The key to the big wins all season has been getting on the board early which wasn’t a problem for the Blue Hawks in their doubleheader against Mayville State. DSU took two double-digit wins over the Lady Comets 11-1, 11-1, in their second to last home game of the season on Friday at Dickinson’s North Complex. “We came out really hot and usually when we score in the first innings, we tend to go with that,” DSU right fielder Kailey Olcott said, who finished 2 for 3 with two RBI and a r
The Dickinson State women’s basketball team’s future is looking bright with the announcement of another signee for the 2014-15 season.
The Dickinson State softball team finished its four-game home stand on a high note, with two shutouts and an abundance of runs.
After a combined 29-run outing, it’s safe to say the Dickinson State softball team’s offense is feeling pretty confident.
After weeks of road games, hotel rooms and snow, the Dickinson State softball team finally had its first home stand.
Dustin Sandbak was late joining the sport of running.
Dickinson State track and field head coach Mike Nekuda isn’t hard to figure out.
Valley City State swept the Dickinson State baseball team Sunday after the Blue Hawks opened the weekend series against with a split doubleheader on Saturday. Valley City won the first game 9-1 and then shut out DSU 5-0 at Astoria Field at Southside Municipal Ballpark.
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