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.
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NCAA to UND: Don't bring 'Fighting Sioux' name or logo to playoffs
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University of North Dakota to use 'Fighting Sioux' despite NCAA threats
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Opponents backing out of athletic events against Fighting Sioux
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