09/25/2013 - 9:00 AM
St. Cloud State Football team looks to remain undefeated this week as they welcomes the, 2-1 Augustana Vikings. Augustana is coming off a shutout, 24-0 victory over Bemidji last weekend. St. Cloud has a perfect 3-0 record on the season. This past week the Huskies were ranked 20th in the nation for division II football by the AFCA poll (American Football Coaches Association).
This weekend is "Celebrate! St. Cloud State" weekend the KVSC sports crew will provide coverage of all the action. The football pre-game show starts at 5:30 Saturday on 88.1-FM, with kick off at 6:00.
09/24/2013 - 2:15 AM
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09/23/2013 - 11:30 AM
The St. Cloud State University women’s hockey program has announced the addition of an exhibition game to start the 2013-2014 season. The Huskies will host the Japanese Olympic Women’s hockey team on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 7:07pm.
The game will be the first to be played in the newly renovated Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
Team Japan is one of eight teams that will compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Listen to all the action from the game on the KVSC Sports Stream beginning at 6:45 p.m.
The Huskies will continue on in the 2013-2014 campaign this weekend hosting a pair of exhibition games against the University of British Columbia. The Saturday game can be heard on the KVSC Sports Stream, coverage begins at 6:45 p.m. It's also a part of Celebrate! St. Cloud State and family weekend at SCSU.
09/23/2013 - 11:15 AM
The Husky soccer team was home for a pair of conference games over the weekend. On Saturday SCSU hosted Winona State in a double-overtime battle. The first half ended with no score. The second half saw each team notch a point to send the game to overtime. One overtime wasn’t enough to get it done; it took two overtimes to determine a winner. The Huskies were unsuccessful in the battle and fell 2-1.
Sunday the Huskies were in action again, this time tangling with the Peacocks of Upper Iowa. SCSU was unable to end their home stand with a victory falling to Upper Iowa 5-1. The Huskies will hit the road this weekend for a pair of NSIC games.
09/23/2013 - 10:00 AM
For the first time since 2007 the SCSU football team is off to a 3-0 start. The Huskies defeated the Golden Bears of Concordia St. Paul on the road over the weekend in a dominating fashion.
SCSU held Concordia off the scoreboard during the first two quarters heading into the second half with a 31-0 lead. The Huskies ended the game with 437 yards of offense and ran away with a 34-3 victory. It was a successful game for the entire team and in particular the seniors. Senior Phil Klaphake threw for two touchdowns, completing 20 of 31 passes for 243 yards. He finished with 40 rushing yards. Another senior, Michael Walker rushed for a touchdown and scored another on a pass reception in the first quarter and Damon Treat caught his third touchdown pass of the season. On defense senior, Tate Christopherson collected eight tackles. Senior, Jack Moro caught his second interception of the season for a new career total of 16; just three shy of the SCSU career record of 19.
The Huskies return home again this weekend as a part of Celebrate St. Cloud State and Family weekend. The Huskies will take on the Vikings of Augustana on Saturday at 6 p.m. The game can be heard on 88.1 FM KVSC or online.
09/20/2013 - 10:00 AM
The inaugural National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) media day was held on Thursday, September 19 at the Target Center in Minneapolis. Coaches and student athletes were on hand from each of the eight member schools as well as the NCHC staff members to talk with the media and reveal the final details of the upcoming season and the preseason poll. NCHC Commissioner Josh Fenton explained this is as time of transition across all leagues. “We have a unique and incredible opportunity to shape the great game of college hockey for the better by honoring the past history and tradition while forming new relationships and partnerships in this game.”
On Thursday morning the NCHC pre-season poll was released. SCSU received four first place votes, good for a third place finish in the poll. Miami (Ohio) and North Dakota claimed the top two spots. SCSU head coach Bob Motzko says a prediction as third place finish means nothing to him, “Preseason polls don’t score goals and don’t keep pucks out of the net. They don’t lift weights; they don’t do anything that prepares for the season. They are fun for fans.” SCSU’s Nic Dowd admits he didn’t even know what place the Huskies were picked to finish; “Take each game individually and work toward the common goal of having a successful season.” The complete poll puts Miami in first with seven votes followed by North Dakota with five votes.
- Miami (7)
- North Dakota (5)
- St. Cloud State (4)
- Western Michigan
- Minnesota Duluth
- Colorado College
- Nebraska Omaha
Media outlets from across the nation were invited to interview coaches and players throughout the day. SCSU head coach Bob Motzko shared in the anticipation of the conference but was sure to bring the focus back to the game, “I’m more excited just for the hockey season and building our hockey team.” SCSU’s co-captain Nic Dowd expressed how significant this time is for husky hockey. “Excitement levels are high and I think that just adds to the year we had last year and we have this new rink too. It’s not just me that excited it’s our whole team and our community as a whole is pretty excited about this new conference.”
The introductory media day was concluded with Commissioner Josh Fenton’s state of the conference address. He talked about the excitement of puck drop and thanked those that have made this new conference a reality. Fenton also explained how the fans will be involved. The NCHC wants fans to help name the NCHC Conference tournament, the March to Minneapolis, which will take place at the Target Center March 21-22, 2014. To participate fans can share their ideas using the hashtag #NCHCChamp on social media. Fans can also lock in pricing for the 2015 NCHC Tournament if they purchase tickets to this year’s tournament prior to December 31, 2013. Fans should also stay on the lookout for a mobile app in the near future.
Finally, the day was concluded with the announcement of the post season awards. The Coach of the Year award will honor the man who helped shaped the game of hockey in the United States, Herb Brooks. The Herb Brooks Award will be handed out at the conclusion of each season. The team that holds the top spot in the conference at the end of the regular season will be honored with a brand new trophy. The Julie and Spencer Penrose Memorial Cup will be awarded annually to the regular season champion.
09/19/2013 - 10:00 AM
The undefeated SCSU football team will take things on the road again this weekend. The Huskies are heading to St. Paul for a conference battle with the Concordia Golden Bears. Both teams appear in the top 25 Division Two football poll this week; SCSU is sitting in the 24th position and Concordia hot on their heels in 25th. Both teams have yet to lose this season.
Listen to KVSC for all the action on Saturday night. The pregame show will kickoff at 5:45 with kickoff to follow at 6 p.m.
09/18/2013 - 1:30 AM
Jeff Giesen and his staff have named this year’s 2013-2014 women’s hockey captains; Molli Mott, Amy Olson, Cari Coen and Amanda Monkman have all been named captains for the upcoming season. Mott, Coen and Monkman are entering their senior seasons, while Amy Olson is the lone junior captain. All though the regular season opens on October 4th, SCSU will host the Japan Olympic hockey team on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:07.
The KVSC sports crew will be live at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center for the call. The game can be heard on the KVSC sports stream.
09/17/2013 - 2:00 AM
The 2013-2014 season will be the last for head coach of SCSU men's basketball team, Kevin Schlagel. Schlagel has been a part of Husky hoops for the better part of the last 40 years as a player, assistant coach and has been at helm, as the head coach since 1997. No other coach in SCSU men's basketball history has won more games than Kevin Schlagel. He'll carry his record holding 321 career wins into his 17th and final season with the St. Cloud State Huskies
09/17/2013 - 11:30 AM
The SCSU volleyball team will finally get the chance to play in front of their home crowd this week. The team has been in action since the start of September participating in the Drury Tournament and the NSIC Challenge. The Huskies are currently 6-2 on the season and will open the conference season on Thursday night as they host Bemidji State in a NSIC battle. Action starts at 7 p.m. our pregame show will take over the 88.1 FM KVSC airwaves at 6:45 it can also be heard online.
09/17/2013 - 11:00 AM
SCSU men’s basketball coach, Kevin Schlagel, has announced his retirement. Schlagel will retire following the 2013-2014 basketball season. He has been associated with the SCSU basketball program for 40 years from a player to an assistant coach and eventually taking over the head coaching role in 1997.
This upcoming 2013-2014 season will be his final year linked to Husky basketball. During his time at SCSU Schlagel’s teams have posted 321 wins and 149 losses. He is the winningest coach in SCSU basketball history.
The men’s basketball team starts play this season November 9th hosting Northwestern University at Hallenback Hall. A national search will be conducted to fill the vacant position.
09/16/2013 - 10:00 AM
The Husky soccer squad celebrated 20 seasons of SCSU Soccer as they opened up the home portion of the season over the weekend. The Huskies hosted Northwest Missouri State University on Friday night in an aggressive battle on the banks of the Mississippi River. The Huskies scored the first goal of the game as Gabby Fleck sent the ball soaring past the Wildcat goalkeeper, Kelsey Adams. The Wildcats would knot things up at 1-1 before halftime as Anna Calgaard got one past the reigning NSIC goalkeeper of the week Brittany Plombon. SCSU came out of the locker room with a mission in the final portion of the game and scored one more goal off the foot of Naomi Kolhoff which was good enough to send the Huskies out on top with a 2-1 victory.
On Sunday the Huskies started conference play by welcoming the Bulldogs of Minnesota Duluth to Husky Stadium. The Bulldogs proved their offensive weapons in the game was more than the Huskies could handle. UMD took an early lead that the Huskies would never recover. SCSU fell 4-1 in the game. SCSU is now 3-1 on the young season and will host Winona State on Saturday afternoon.
09/15/2013 - 6:30 AM
It was a back-forth battle, but the Huskies were the ones who came out on top with a 29-26 over the Warriors of Winona-State on Saturday. Despite trailing 14-6 at half-time, the Huskies were not ready to roll over. In the 2nd half, Phillip Klaphake would find wide receiver Dan Brown for a 7-yd score and then connected with Taylor Berger for a successful 2-pt conversation tying up the game at 14 a piece. As the 3rd quarter winded down, the Huskies forced a Warrior turnover in Husky territory, and SCSU would eventually pound it in with a Michael Walker touchdown and the Huskies would take a 21-14 lead.
It was Jack Nelson a freshman in his first start of the year for the Warriors at quarterback, and he would then drive Winona-State 90 yards on 11 plays finding the end-zone on a quarterback sneak. The Huskies would block the extra point, keeping their lead in tact, 21-20. Despite SCSU looking to be in cruise control with the ball in their hands for the final 4 minutes, Klaphake would fumble a pitch to Michael Walker and Winona-State would scoop and score for a 33-yd touchdown on the fumble recovery putting the Warriors up 26-20. With 3 minutes left in the game, Klaphake stayed calm and collective marching the Huskies down the field 75 yards finding the end-zone on a 6-yd run and retaking the lead for good 29-26. Klaphake had quite the day completing 20 passes for 320 yards and two scores through the air and now holds the school record with over 10,000 all-purpose yardage. Damon Treat went over 100 yards receiving for the 2nd straight game including an impressive 81-yd touchdown catch.
09/12/2013 - 4:05 AM
On Friday KVSC will have the call of the women’s soccer game against Northwest-Missouri State. This is the first home game of the season for Becky McCabe and the Huskies. The Huskies are 2-0 on the young season and come home to celebrate 20 season of SCSU soccer. Gina Carlson and Declan Goff will be live at Husky stadium for the call of the game.
The pre-game show starts at 6:45 with kick-off at 7:00. The game can be heard exclusively on the KVSC Sports Stream.
09/12/2013 - 3:30 AM
The night game is part of SCSU's Husky Fan Fest. Tyler Swanson will take you through the pregame show at 5:30 with kickoff to follow at 6:00. Listen to the game on 88.1 FM or online. Scott Gross and Declan Goff will be live from the press box at Husky stadium for the call and Nyounee Neor will be on the sidelines with exclusive interviews.
The game can be heard live on 88.1FM KVSC and simulcast on the KVSC Sports Stream.Page [ << 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 >> ]
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