Co-written by James Cadotte and Jared Nally Head Women’s Basketball Coach Adam Strom (Yakama Nation and Quinault Indian Nation), brings over 20 years of coaching experience to Haskell Indian Nations University(HINU). Haskell Athletics is hopeful he will bring the university a championship in his upcoming seasons. Strom was announced asContinue Reading

Association of Independent Institutions(A.I.I.) Awards Women’s Basketball: First Team A.I.I. Conference:  Janee Bates, Senior Honorable Mention A.l.l. Conference: Odessa Begay, Freshman  Champion of Character: Janee Bates, Senior  Men’s Basketball: First Team A.l.l. Conference:  Nakia Hendricks, Senior Honorable Mention A.l.l. Conference: Bryon Elledge, Senior  Champion of Character: Elias Her Many Horses,Continue Reading

Before the cancelation of spring sports, Haskell Indian Nations University’s softball team traveled to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Four conferences attended the event — the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II, the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, and the National Junior CollegeContinue Reading

Feb. 28, 2020—Both Haskell Indian Nations University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams heard their final buzzer for the season in their final games during the Association of Independent Institutions conference tournaments. The HINU women’s team came into the tournament as the fourth seed playing against fifth seed Wilberforce University. TheContinue Reading

Saturday 15th Haskell’s Men’s Basketballs team played against Oglala Lakota College and won 93-86. Haskell Seniors honored were Nakia Hendricks, Tristan Keah-Tigh, Bryon Elledge, and Antwon Winn. Haskell’s Men’s Basketball team played the Crowley’s Ridge College “Pioneers” on February 12th. The team won the game 87-77. During the game, playersContinue Reading