Former North Dakota star Davidson to be enshrined into UND Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame

Former North Dakota forward Lee Davidson (1986-90) has been announced as an inductee to the UND Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame class of 2019.

Drafted by the Washington Capitals in the eighth round of the 1986 NHL Draft, Davidson scored 80 goals and collected 122 assists in four seasons at UND for 202 career points, fifth all-time in school history.

He captained the 1989-90 UND team and was selected to both the All-WCHA and NCAA All-America Second Teams.

Davidson also helped North Dakota capture its fifth national title in his freshman season (1986-87).

Davidson later served as an assistant coach on the 2000 national championship team.

The 45th annual Athletics Hall of Fame event will take place with a dinner and induction ceremony on Friday, Oct. 4. The Class of 2019 will be recognized the following day during halftime of UND’s homecoming football game against UC Davis at the Alerus Center.