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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During the fall ball season, Dickinson State junior Eric Seiler created a motto for the baseball team: “start hot, get hotter.”
Dickinson State head wrestling coach Thadd O’Donnell pulled off a risky move this season — delaying the season until after the New Year. The added preparation time and more focus on the shorter competitive season was bold but it paid off.
The Dickinson State men’s basketball team relied on a strong group of seniors.
The women’s basketball season officially ended for Dickinson State last week but received some exciting news Tuesday night.
The NAIA national indoor meet this weekend will have hundreds of track and field athletes across the country try to solidify their spot as the best in their events.
Turnover woes and rebounding got the best of the Dickinson High girls basketball team.
The Dickinson boys basketball team capped its second-half surge to the season the best way it could, with a win.
The regular season is officially over and Dickinson State is gearing up for the postseason.
In the regular season, the No. 4-seeded Killdeer girls basketball team took an 11-point victory over the No. 5-seeded Beach on Jan. 22. The Buccaneers made sure it wouldn’t happen again.
When the Hebron-Glen Ullin girls basketball team found itself down by six points at halftime to Bowman County, the team wasn’t worried. The Bearcats thrive under pressure.