The University of North Dakota must forfeit postseason play if the school displays the controversial nickname or logo, the NCAA said in a letter to the university provost.
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University of North Dakota to use 'Fighting Sioux' despite NCAA threats
The move comes after supporters of the controversial nickname filed petitions to put the issue before a statewide vote. The university's president said the school will continue to use the name and logo out of respect for the state's referendum process. The NCAA has told the school it could face sanctions.
North Dakotans vote to retire Fighting Sioux nickname
Backers of the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux logo may finally have to give up the fight. Residents voted Tuesday to let the university end its use of the nickname. The NCAA has threatened sanctions against the school if its sports teams continue using the name and symbol.
North Dakota Supreme Court OKs public vote on Fighting Sioux nickname
North Dakota Supreme Court justices refused to block a June vote on the University of North Dakota's controversial team name. The NCAA says it will sanction the university if it keeps the nickname, while the Legislature has passed a law requiring the university to keep it.
Judge tosses out lawsuit aimed at restoring Fighting Sioux nickname
The judge ruled the lawsuit filed by six University of North Dakota students was rendered moot by this summer's statewide vote to retire the controversial nickname and logo. The judge ruled the nickname dispute has been "consigned to the dust heap of history." Some supporters still hope to file a petition to force another statewide vote.
Sanctions leave UND with no identity at milestone NCAA tournament
The University of North Dakota made its debut at the NCAA women's college hockey tournament, but the team doesn't appear in the program because the photo showed the athletes in their Fighting Sioux uniform. "It’s a shame. But it’s something we have to deal with," said UND athletic director Brian Faison.
UND drops Fighting Sioux moniker
The University of North Dakota, for the third time, dropped the "Fighting Sioux" nickname Thursday. The move became official when the Board of Higher Education voted to remove the nickname and Indian head logo. Petitions are already being circulated to bring the nickname and logo back to life.
Opponents backing out of athletic events against Fighting Sioux
The NCAA has threatened sanctions against the University of North Dakota for keeping its Fighting Sioux nickname. While that threat has not yet led to disappearance of the controversial name, it has prompted several other schools to drop North Dakota from their athletic schedules.
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