11/02/2012 - 3:30 AM
The St. Cloud State Wrestling squad will host the annual Black/Red Classic on Friday night at Halenbeck Hall. The match will begin at 7 p.m. featuring honorary coaches Bob Boeck and John Sundgren. KVSC Sports will cover the action live via our Sports Stream. KVSC Sports's John Peterson caught up with head coach Steve Costanzo this week about preseason progress and a preview of the Red/Black Classic. Tune in to Husky Sports Friday on Friday afternoon at 4:30 for the interview or listen to it online.
11/02/2012 - 12:00 PM
The SCSU women's hockey home opener can be heard at this link.
Coverage is scheduled to begin at 7:00 pm with Scott Gross calling the action from the NHEC.
Saturday afternoon's game can be heard over the airwaves of 88.1 FM.
11/01/2012 - 10:00 AM
KVSC Sports is proud to announce online coverage of the SCSU women's hockey home opener on Friday night vs Ohio State.
A link to the stream will be posted on the KVSC Sports page Friday before the game.
10/31/2012 - 12:00 PM
The SCSU women's hockey team boarded a flight this morning in Boston to end their Hurricane Sandy-extended road trip. The Huskies take on Ohio State Friday night at the NHEC in their home opener.
KVSC will air the Huskies game Saturday afternoon (2 PM) live on 88.1 FM and KVSC.org. Ryan Sanders, Declan Goff and Gina Carlson will be at the Concrete Cathedral to bring you all the action as the women drop the puck on another exciting home season!
10/31/2012 - 11:40 AM
SCSU sophomore swimmer Kellyn Craig was named the NSIC's Swimmer of the Week after helping the Huskies to a victory with three first place finishes October 27th. Craig won the 200 yard freestyle, 100 yard breaststroke and 200 yard breaststroke.
St. Cloud State won the Husky Dual at Halenbeck Hall with 22 total events won. The team is back in action November 3rd at Carleton College.
10/31/2012 - 11:00 AM
Thanks to a connection between Husky guard Kevin Levandoski and legendary Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, the SCSU men's basketball team will travel to East Lansing, Michigan Friday to take on the Michigan State Spartans. Izzo is Levandoski's uncle.
The Huskies head into the season ranked #19 in division two basketball, while the Spartans check in at #14 in division one.
Fans can watch the game at http://www.btn.com/.
10/30/2012 - 4:00 AM
St. Cloud State men’s hockey team captain, Drew LeBlanc was named the Red Baron WCHA Offensive Player of the week for his performance last weekend as the Huskies swept visiting Minnesota State. LeBlanc, a senior from Hermantown, MN charted five points over the weekend with two goals and three assists.
Kalle Kossila, freshman forward on the men’s hockey team also received mention by the WCHA this week. Kossila was named the WCHA Red Baron Rookie of the Week charting four points in the sweep over the Mavericks. The freshman from Finland had a goal and an assist in each game and currently leads WCHA rookies with seven points.
This weekend the men’s team will travel to Denver to play a series in the Mile High City. Denver is currently ranked 3rd in the uscho.com poll and St. Cloud State is ranked 18th. Both teams have two WCHA wins and share the top place in the standings.
For the latest on the men's and women's team follow us on twitter @KVSCHockey.
10/28/2012 - 3:35 AM
The SCSU Soccer squad fell 2-1 on Friday at Bemidji State, then rebounded for a 1-0 win Sunday afternoon over the University of Minnesota-Crookston at Husky Stadium.
Kenzlie Hanzlik earned the shutout in net for SCSU.
St. Cloud State is now 7-6-1 in NSIC play and 8-7-2 overall. The team is back in action on Wednesday night for the first round of the NSIC playoffs.
10/28/2012 - 3:25 AM
The SCSU women's hockey team dropped the second game of their series with Providence on Sunday by a 4-2 margin. The Huskies earned a tie Saturday.
Providence got the game's first goal halfway through the first period and held the 1-0 lead at the first intermission.
The Friars took a 2-1 lead into the second intermission after scoring a goal with just over two minutes remaining in the second period.
Providence got the eventual game winning goal at the 4:09 mark of the third period, which gave them a 3-1 lead at the time.
The Huskies got a power play goal from Abby Ness with just over six minutes left in the third to cut the Friar lead to 3-2. Ness' second goal of the year was assisted by Vanessa Spataro and Skye Kelly.
The Friars last goal was scored upon an empty Husky net late in the third period.
SCSU is now 2-5-1 overall and 2-4 in WCHA play. They begin their 2012-13 home season Friday night against Minnesota Duluth.
10/28/2012 - 12:00 PM
The Huskies took an early 7-0 lead when junior quarterback Phil Klaphake found junior wideout Eli Shoemaker for a 74-yard touchdown. Shoemaker established career highs in the game of seven catches, 195 yards and three touchdowns. The Graham, Washington native now has over 1,000 yards receiving in his SCSU career.
However, the afternoon belonged to the Beavers as they rattled off 20 straight points to distance themselves from the Huskies.
St. Cloud State has two games remaining in 2012, both on the road. The Huskies take on Minot State on Saturday and conclude the season at Minnesota State-Moorhead on November 10th.
10/28/2012 - 11:00 AM
The SCSU Volleyball team dropped a pair of road NSIC contests to fall to 6-18 overall and 2-14 in conference play in 2012. The Huskies were defeated by Northern State on Friday in straight sets before falling to Minnesota State-Moorhead 3-1 on Saturday.
The Huskies return to Halenbeck Hall Thursday for a match with the University of Minnesota-Crookston Golden Eagles.
10/28/2012 - 11:00 AM
The Huskies' women's hockey team stormed out to a 2-0 lead in the first period at Providence, then were stunned by a goal late in the third that forced them to settle for the tie.
Mott registered the Huskies' second goal at 13:43 of the first period, assisted by senior Alex Nelson. The even-strength goal was Mott's team-high second of the season.
Neither team scored in the second period with Providence outshooting SCSU 12-5 in the period and 26-10 through two.
The Friars got on the scoreboard at the 5:14 mark of the third period to cut the Huskies lead in half. Providence decided to pull their goalie for the extra attacker with just over a minute left in the third period and it paid dividends, as the Friars were able to score the equalizer with just 19 seconds left in regulation.
Neither team could manage a goal in the extra period despite the Huskies getting a power play for a portion of the extra time.
Providence outshot SCSU 41-20 in the game. Julie Friend was outstanding in net for the Huskies, recording 39 saves in the no-decision.
The same two teams play Sunday afternoon in Providence.
10/28/2012 - 11:00 AM
The SCSU men's hockey team completed a sweep of Minnesota State Mankato with a 5-1 win Saturday night at the NHEC in St. Cloud. Junior Cory Thorson led the way for the Huskies with a pair of goals in the win.
The Huskies were coming off of a 5-1 win on Friday night, and both teams were scoreless after a penalty-marred first period.
Thorson broke the stalemate at the 2:44 mark of the second period with his second goal of the season on a wrist shot from the high slot. Assists on the goal were credited to Jarrod Rabey and Ethan Prow.
SCSU used a MSU penalty just ten seconds into the third to build momentum and ultimately blow the game open. Nic Dowd scored on a rebound just 27 seconds into the final trimester to give SCSU a 2-0 lead. Nick Jensen and Andrew Prochno were given assists on Dowd's fourth goal of the season and third of the weekend. The tally turned out to be the game-winner, Dowd's second of the season.
Thorson scored his second goal of the game on a Husky power play at 14:24 of the third from Jensen and Dowd for a commanding four goal lead at 4-0.
SCSU sealed the game with a Kossila power play goal at 14:24 from Jimmy Murray and Taylor Johnson for the 5-0 lead.
The Mavs' Evan Mosey spoiled Huskies goaltender Ryan Faragher's shutout bid with under a minute remaining in the third period. The sophomore made 34 saves in the game to earn his third win of the season.
The Huskies are on the road next weekend for a series with George Gwozdecky's Denver Pioneers. Follow KVSCHockey on Twitter for live updates throughout the games.
10/28/2012 - 10:00 AM
The men defeated the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 190-101 and downed UW-Stevens Point 161-130.
The women defeated UW-Stevens Point 161-127 and UW-Eau Claire 177-111.
The teams combined for a total of 22 wins on the afternoon.
Meanwhile, in the diving competition being held simultaneously in Eau Claire, the Huskies had four divers emerge as winners.
The teams are back in action on November third at Carleton College in Northfield, MN.
10/26/2012 - 11:00 AM
The St. Cloud State University Huskies handed Minnesota State Mankato their first loss of the season after defeating the Mavericks by a final score of 5-1. Four Huskies scored goals, with two coming off the stick of Ben Hanowski in the first period. Hanowski got the scoring started with a powerplay goal at the 7:34 mark of the first period which was his second goal of the season. Hanowski’s goal was assisted by Nic Dowd and Drew LeBlanc. The powerplay goal for Hanowski was only the third powerplay goal that the Huskies have had in 21 previous chances. Hanowski found the back of the net again seven minutes and fourteen seconds later to put the the Huskies up 2-0 with his third goal of the season and second of the period. But it only took thirty four more seconds for Dowd to score his third first period goal in as many games to give the Huskies a 3-0 lead after one period.
The second period brought no goals but a lot of penalties. Just one minute into the second frame, Mavericks forward Eriah Hayes was assessed a five minute major for charging against Hanowski, a play which ultimately kept Hanowski off the ice for the remainder of the game. Later in the second, Kevin Gravel was assessed a five minute major and a game misconduct for checking from behind about a minute after Ethan Prow went to the box for tripping. The Mavericks, however, were unable to score in the following 5 on 3 powerplay, and for the entire length of the major. The Mavericks thought they had scored, but after a review, the officials determined that SCSU goaltender Ryan Faragher was pushed into the net by a Minnesota State forward, and the goal was subsequently waived off.
The Huskies were able to pad their lead early in the third, when Finnish freshman Kalle Kossila scored a minute-twenty-three into the third, which gave the Huskies a 4-0 lead. Kossila’s goal was assisted by LeBlanc and Brooks Bertsch. Although it looked like the Mavericks were going to be kept off the board by Faragher, Evan Mosey was able to find the back of the net at 8:53 of the third period to cut the Huskies lead to 4-1. But the Huskies made sure they secured a victory in the final minute of the game when LeBlanc scored with only fourty-eight seconds left in the game to make it 5-1. The goal by LeBlanc was his fourth point of the game after assisting in three other SCSU goals.
The win for the Huskies brought them up over the .500 mark with a 3-2-0 record, and a 1-0-0 record after their first WCHA game of the year. The Huskies out-shot the Mavericks 28-25 int he game, despite being out shot in both the second and third periods. Ryan Faragher made 24 saves on the night to improve his record to 2-2-0 on the year, while MSU goaltender Phil Cook was handed his first loss of the young season and now has a 2-1-1 record. Attendance on the night was a rather disappointing 3, 901, although the SCSU student section was full to capacity.
-Bryan KangasPage [ << 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 >> ]
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