Pat Thomas remembers his first night in Devils Lake vividly. The native of Adelaide, Australia arrived at the dorms of Lake Region State College around 10:30 p.m. on a warm August evening in 2013. More than 9,400 miles away from home, Thomas didn't know much about the place he was going to call home.
In his second season as head coach at Lake Region State College basketball coach, Joe Kittell thinks his team has what it takes to do something pretty special.
Watching his team complete a full-court defensive drill in practice, Lake Region State College head womens basketball coach Danny Mertens likes what he sees.
Ashtin Freije has never wanted to play the game she loves so much. After transferring to Lake Region State College at Christmas time a season ago, the guard from Edmore has itched to get back on the floor in a game situation.
At the start of the season, Lake Region State College volleyball coach Brigitte Freschette’s goal for her team in the 2014 campaign was simple.
The Lake Region State College volleyball team took to the Devils Lake Sports Center floor for the last time this season Wednesday evening.
With Sub-Regional tournament exactly a week away, it's important for a team to be going into the event held in Ironwood, Mich., with some momentum. For the Lake Region State College volleyball team, they couldn’t be peaking at a better time.
Alexis Longtin, a 5'10" sophomore middle blocker from Lake Region State College has been named MonDak Player of the Week. In matches last week she had 22 kills, 17 blocks, 9 digs and 4 aces. Alexis is from Devils Lake, North Dakota and she attended Devils Lake High School.
For many, seeing the Lake Region State College volleyball team (1-4 in the MonDak) defeat Williston State College (5-1 in the MonDak) Tuesday evening was a major upset. Royal head coach Bridgette Freschette, however, noted that the four-set victory was not a surprise to her.
Driving down College Drive in Devils Lake Saturday morning, positive memories came rushing back through Manny Ohonme. The native of Nigeria always enjoys visiting the community he called home for more than two years.