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NDSU athletes awarded scholarships during 47th annual Harvest Bowl

The North Dakota Harvest Bowl program recognizes the success, dedication and hard work of outstanding agriculturists in 53 counties in North Dakota and 10 counties in western Minnesota.

Scholarships were awarded to 24 North Dakota State University athletes during this year’s Harvest Bowl program on Nov. 19.

Highlights of the event included a Harvest Bowl dinner and awards program on Nov. 19 at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Fargo, and the Harvest Bowl football game between NDSU and the University of South Dakota on Nov. 20.

Harvest Bowl scholarship awardees from the area, sport, hometown and major are:

  • Kent and Jodi Carlson Endowment- Isaac Huber is a sophomore distance runner for NDSU Men’s Cross Country and Track and Field from Jud, N.D., majoring in agricultural systems management. His parents are Bryan and Emmy Huber.
  • Red River Commodities Scholarship - Boden Skunberg is a freshman on the NDSU Basketball team from Jamestown majoring in biological sciences. His parents are Eric and Julie Skunberg.

The NDSU Harvest Bowl program recognizes the success, dedication and hard work of outstanding agriculturists in 53 counties in North Dakota and 10 counties in western Minnesota.
An agribusiness award recipient is chosen annually. This award recognizes individuals who have distinguished themselves in the field of agriculture and business in North Dakota and beyond.

Eddie Bernhardson, past Harvest Bowl chair and retired University of Minnesota Extension agent in Clay County, received the 2021 award.

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For more information on the Harvest Bowl, visit the NDSU Foundation website at https://ndsufoundation.com/harvest-bowl , call the NDSU Foundation office toll-free at 800-279-8971 or locally at 701-231-6800.

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