03/22/2012 - 8:00 AM
A St. Cloud State golfer pulled off one of the rarest feats in all of sports this past week. SCSU junior Gordy Diekman notched a hole in one on Monday at Wapicada Golf Course in Sauk Rapids.
SCSU was in a team qualifying round when the Alexandria native aced the 16th hole with a 6-iron. Amazingly, this is Diekman's second hole in one, as he also claims to have aced a hole at only 10 years old.
03/22/2012 - 5:00 AM
The St. Cloud State Men's Hockey team has lost another forward. Junior winger David Eddy will forego his senior year of eligibility at SCSU to sign with the Calgary Flames of the NHL. The deal was announced Tuesday, and is a two-year, two-way contract.
Eddy is the third Husky forward to leave the team this season prior to their elligability expiring. Earlier this season sophomore forwards Cam Reid and Mitch MacMillan both departed SCSU. Reid went to play with Portland of the WHL and MacMillan transferred to North Dakota.
Eddy scored 30 goals and added 35 assists in 92 games for the Huskies over three seasons. The Woodbury, Minnesota native will be assisgned to Calgary's AHL affilate, the Abbotsford Heat, for the remainder of their season. He will wear number 24 for the Heat.
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03/22/2012 - 3:00 AM
The Huskies men's basketball team ended March 11th with a loss in second round of the NCAA central regional tournament. The Huskies finished the season with a record of 20-9.
Longtime head coach Kevin Schlagel earned his 300th career win on February 17th against Northern State. Coach Schlagel has now posted eight 20-win seasons in his career.
2011-12 also saw the end of a legendary career for Brett Putz (Forest City, Iowa). Putz is the all-time leader in games played for the Huskies with 124 and and is second all-time in three pointers made with 245.
03/22/2012 - 2:00 AM
The Minnesota Wild defeated the Calgary Flames 3-2 in a shootout Thursday night at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN. The win was Minnesota's second straight, while the Flames lost their fourth straight contest.
Dany Heatley and Darrol Powe scored goals for Minnesota in regulation, while Devin Setoguchi tallied the game-winner in the shootout.
The Wild remain a very long-shot to make the playoffs.
03/22/2012 - 1:00 AM
The SCSU Track and Field season is scheduled to begin it's outdoor season at River Falls on April 7.
This winter the women's team finished in 8th place at the NSIC championships while the men's team placed 5th.
03/22/2012 - 1:00 AM
Last week Travis Novak skated for St. Cloud State for the final time in the team's loss to North Dakota. This week, he's on to a new challenge, lacing up the skates for the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL. Novak was signed to an Amateur Tryout this past week and has been added to the team's roster.
Novak spent four years at SCSU and registered 71 points for SCSU. The speedy forward played both wing and center for SCSU this past year, and had a career season scoring 12 goals and adding 13 assists.
A native of Lethbridge, Alberta, Novak was pointless in his first game with Hamilton this past week. He is wearing number 27 for the Bulldogs, who are the top affilate of the Montreal Canadians.
03/22/2012 - 12:38 PM
The Huskies rank fourth in the NSIC All-Sport standings following the winter season. The Huskies score was boosted greatly by the wrestling team's conference title.
1. Augustana (85.5) 2. MN Duluth (79.3); 3. MN Mankato (76.8); 4. SCSU (68.3); 5. Winona State (67)
Complete standings HERE.
03/21/2012 - 2:30 AM
The Rox were formerly known as the River Bats but changed their name after an off-season ownership change.
Fisch has called Husky hockey on KVSC for the last four seasons, as well as a number of other sports. Fisch previously worked for the Rochester Honkers of the NWL in 2011.
03/12/2012 - 12:00 PM
The SCSU wrestling team finished as national runners-up this weekend at the NCAA Division Two Wrestling Championships in Pueblo, Colorado. Senior Derek Skala won the individual title at 184 pounds.
The University of Nebraska-Kearney won the national title with 107 team points, while the Huskies finished with 95.
Skala's national title was the Huskies' second in two years and fourth in school history.
02/16/2012 - 8:00 AM
KVSC Sports Director Zack Fisch presents this 20 minute feature on the Class of 2012 on the St. Cloud State Women's Hockey team. This piece looks back on the careers of Jaclyn Daggit, Brittany Toor, and Tayler VanDenakker and gives a look at some highlights from their four years at SCSU and their teammates thoughts.
02/05/2012 - 4:30 AM
The St. Cloud State Women's Hockey team dropped a pair of games this weekend to the #2 Minnesota Golden Gophers by scores of 8-1, and 7-0 from the National Hockey Center. With the losses, the Huskies have dropped its last six games.
For the second straight weekend, junior Alex Nelson had the lone goal of the series for the Huskies. Nelson started the weekend on a positive note with a goal just :52 seconds into Friday's game to put the Huskies up 1-0. After that point, it was all Minnesota en route to the sweep. Julie Friend was got the start in goal for SCSU both night and played strong despite the losses. Third-string goalie Anna Donlan made her second career appearance as she relieved Friend for the final four minutes of Friday's game and stopped two shots.
St. Cloud is now 5-23-2 overall and in seventh place in the WCHA with a 4-20-0 record. The Huskies continue their season at home this weekend with a series versus #1 Wisconsin. Puck drop is 7:07 Friday and 2:07 Saturday.
Due to trivia coverage, KVSC will be unable to provide an on-air broadcast. However our own Zack Fisch and Dave Overlund will have the call for the America One Network video feed. We'll also have updates on Twitter- follow @KVSCHockey.
01/29/2012 - 5:00 AM
Sam Warning's goal with only 1:19 remaining in regulation time gave the #3 Golden Gophers a 3-2 win, and series sweep over the St. Cloud State Men's Hockey team Saturday from National Hockey Center. Minnesota captured a pair of one-goal wins after topping the Huskies Friday, 2-1, from Mariucci Arena.
Warning's goal came on a three-on-two rush for Minnesota and the forward collected the pass on the ride side of the ice and blasted a shot past SCSU's Ryan Faragher to stun the SCSU fans. Ben Hanowski scored both goals in the game for the Huskies, and had the lone tally in Friday's loss.
The Huskies were aided by the return of Mike Lee in goal. The junior captain took the loss but played well in Friday's game. However, with SCSU already depleted at forward, the Huskies were without the services of Travis Novak Saturday after he injured his leg in Friday's game. He will be reevaluated this week.
The Huskies now sit in ninth place in the WCHA at 10-14-3 overall, and 7-10-3 in the conference. The squad is back in action this weekend with a series against the Wisconsin Badgers in Madison.
Our own Zack Fisch and Dave Overlund will have the call from the Kohl Center. Friday's game is at 7:07 and Saturday's puck drop is slated for 8:07. Pregame coverage starts 37 minutes prior each night. Follow us on Twitter for updates throughout the week on SCSU Hockey.
01/22/2012 - 11:14 AM
The St. Cloud State women’s basketball team split a pair of home games this weekend, defeating the University of Minnesota-Crookston 75-67 on Friday before falling 82-71 on Saturday to Minnesota State-Moorhead.
The Huskies got a huge effort Friday night from first-year forward Jessica Benson, who scored 19 points off the bench on 7-9 shooting. Sophomore guard Rachael Moen scored 14 points with nine of them coming from the foul line, and senior forward Aaryn Booker scored 13 in the win. The victory was the Huskies third straight.
On Saturday night the Huskies battled bucket-for-bucket with the Dragons before MSU-Moorhead pulled away in the final two minutes. Benson once again had a strong game off the bench for SCSU with 16 points off the bench.
The Huskies hit the road to Nebraska Friday for a contest with Wayne State.
01/22/2012 - 11:12 AM
The #1-ranked Huskies slayed the MSU-Moorhead Dragons 37-9 Saturday at Moorhead. With the win, SCSU improved their record to 16-0 (3-0 NSIC).
SCSU 37, MSUM 9
149 – Josh Howk defeatsTyler Steinwand (Pin in 1st period)
157 – Jacob Horn defeats Kerron Williams (7-3 Decision)
165 – Jacob Bennett wins by forfeit
174 – Tad Merritt defeats Trent Sovde (Pin in 2ndperiod)
184 – Derek Skala defeats Kody Kalkbrenner (Technical 15-0 in 2nd period)
197 – Chris Brassell defeats Eric Lehmann (Major Decision)
HWT – Jacob Kahnke defeats Gerad Fugleberg – (Pin 2:11)
125 – Corey Ulmer defeats Dylan Wright (7-4 Decision)
133 – Zach Stewart defeats Graelin Garlington (Major Decision)
141 – Matt Leibforth defeats Connor MacGregor (Major Decision)
The Huskies head back home January 27th to take on the Vikings of Augustana.
01/22/2012 - 11:00 AM
The SCSU men’s basketball team ran their winning streak to four games with a pair of wins this weekend at Halenbeck Hall. The Huskies took down Minnesota-Crookston 79-56 on Friday night, then defeated MSU-Moorhead 77-56 on Saturday.
On Friday night St Cloud State jumped out to a 13-2 lead over the Golden Eagles to start the game, and did not trail at any point in the evening during the 79-56 win. The Huskies were led by junior point guard Shaun Jensen’s 19 points and five assists, as well as junior Theo Rothstein’s double-double (15 points, ten rebounds).
Saturday night’s game with the Dragons was a back and forth affair until SCSU first-year forward Connor Niehaus’ three-pointer with just over eleven minutes left gave the Huskies a 50-42 lead to pull away from Moorhead. The Huskies got 21 points from sophomore Mike Rostampour, and 16 from Jensen in the 77-56 win.
The men’s hoops team is back on the floor Friday night at Wayne State (NE).
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