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Huskies Prepare for Elite Eight

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03/22/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Prepare for Elite Eight

The St.Cloud State Basketball team is looking to continue their run for a national title as they prepare for their match-up with Midwestern State University this week. The Huskies won the Central Region and have advanced to the Elite Eight for just the second time in school history.

The team arrived in Springfield, Massachusetts on Monday as they get set for their game on Wednesday at 11 a.m. With a win the team would move on to the Final Four on Thursday and a chance to compete for the National Championship. Stay tuned to KVSC for updates on the teams National Title run.

Track and Field's Miller a National Champ

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03/15/2010 - 9:30 AM

Track and Field's Miller a National Champ

St. Cloud State senior Heather Miller is a national champion after winning the NCAA Division 2 National Pentathlon Championship this past weekend in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Sun Prairie, Wisconsin native scored a national and school record 3,993 points to become only the third female track athlete to win a national title; the first since 1992.

The national championship caps off a spectacular indoor season for Miller as she was also named 2010 Central Region Female Field Athlete of the Year, the 2010 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Female Field Athlete of the Year and a two time NSIC pentathlon champion.
 

Softball wraps up Rebel Spring Games with Win

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03/15/2010 - 10:00 AM

Softball wraps up Rebel Spring Games with Win

Junior Emily Edgerton’s four runs batted in helped lead the St. Cloud State softball team to a 15-11 win over Southern Indiana on Saturday to finish off the Rebel Spring Games in Florida. Edgerton went 4 for 5 from the plate and also had three runs scored. Also contributing at the plate was rookie catcher Mikayla Hogan. The Chippewa Falls, Wis. native batted 4 for 4, chipping in an RBI and two runs scored.

The Huskies finished the Rebel Spring games with a 3-7 record and are now 8-8 on the season. SCSU returns home on Friday to take on the College of St. Benedict at the Husky Dome. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m. 

 

Huskies Take 3 from Beavers

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03/01/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Take 3 from Beavers

After a spilt on Friday, the St.Cloud State Baseball team swept Bemidji State last Saturday and took three of four games against the Beavers. The Huskies used strong pitching and timely hitting to improve their overall mark to 8-2 on the season.

Nick Anderson picked up his second win of the year after pitching five innings of shutout ball with seven strikeouts on Saturday before David Deminsky threw a one-run complete game.

Freshman Jordan Smith continued his early season success with multiple hits on the weekend as his batting average continues to sit around .500.

Up next for St.Cloud is a trip to Springfield, Missouri at the Heffington Optical Invitational where they will play some of the top teams in Division II baseball.

 

Women's Season Ends With a Loss

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03/01/2010 - 12:00 PM

Women's Season Ends With a Loss

It was a scene that unfortunately the Saint Cloud State women's basketball team was all to familiar with this weekend. It was a hard fought game that saw the Huskies fade at the end and eventually lose. The 75-55 loss to Winona State ended St.Cloud's season and left them in 13th place in the NSIC. 

The Huskies finished the year with a disappointing 10-17 overall mark with a 5-15 record in the conference. Last year the Huskies won the NSIC Tournament and qualified for the national tournament with a 22-9 record but this year's young squad could never find the right consistency.

Things are looking up for the Huskies next season as they only graduate two role players and return all 12 of their top scorers. Two of the key returners will be guards Talisha Barlow and Becca Friestleben who both averaged over 13 points a game.

Huskies Host 1st Round of Playoffs

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03/01/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Host 1st Round of Playoffs

The St.Cloud State men's basketball team is getting set to host the 1st round of the NSIC Playoffs on Wednesday. The Huskies take on on Concordia University- St. Paul at 7 p.m. at Halenbeck Hall.

The Huskies are the number two seed after dropping to Winona State last weekend. St.Cloud finished the regular season with a 16-4 league record and a 22-5 overall mark.

The Huskies have already beaten the Golden Bears twice this year and with a win, St.Cloud would host semi-final action against either Augustana or Wayne State on Saturday. Game time would be 2 p.m. on Saturday and the Championship game is scheduled to be played at the higher seed's court on Sunday.

WCHA Suspends Marvin

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03/01/2010 - 12:00 PM

WCHA Suspends Marvin

St.Cloud State forward Aaron Marvin was suspended by the WCHA on Monday due to an injury he caused to Blake Geoffrion two weeks ago against the University of Wisconsin.

Marvin was suspended for three games that will take him through the first game of the 1st round of the WCHA playoffs in two weeks. The hit by Marvin knocked Geoffrion out of the game and he has not played since.

St.Cloud was off last weekend and will play their final games of the regular season this weekend with a home and home series against MSU-Mankato. Listen to both games at 7:07 p.m. here on KVSC.

Women's Hockey Splits with OSU

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02/22/2010 - 12:15 PM

Women's Hockey Splits with OSU

For the first time in WCHA women’s hockey history, a team other than Minnesota, Wisconsin and Minnesota Duluth has finished in the top three in the final WCHA standings, that team is the St. Cloud State Huskies.

SCSU took 3 of 4 points out of their weekend series against Ohio State and finished in 3rd place in the conference with 32 points, one point ahead of fourth place Wisconsin. On Friday night the Huskies got a goal and an assist from the nation’s leading goal scorer Felicia Nelson and three assists from Meaghan Pezon in a 3-2 come from behind win.

Saturday the Buckeyes made a comeback of their own, tying the game at 4 with under a minute left in regulation. The teams would skate a scoreless overtime so the contest went to a shootout and it was OSU prevailing and getting the extra point with the shootout victory.

SCSU will take on Bemidji State this weekend at the National Hockey Center in the first round of the WCHA playoffs. The best of three series kicks off with game one Friday at 7:07. All games can be heard on 88.1 FM KVSC and online at kvsc.org. Pregame will start at 6:40.
 

Basketball Rolls

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02/22/2010 - 12:00 PM

Basketball Rolls

The Saint Cloud State Men's Basketball team won their 8th game in a row and continued to stay in the race for first place in the NSIC. The Huskies rolled against the University of Minnesota-Crookston 86-57 and improved to 15-3 in the conference and 21-4 overall.

The Huskies still sit just one game behind MSU-Mankato for first place in the conference with two games remaining for both teams. Up next for St.Cloud is their final home game of the year against Concordia University on Wednesday. Listen to 88.1 FM for the call on Wednesday; tip-off is 8 p.m.

Baseball Spilts with Winona

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02/22/2010 - 12:00 PM

Baseball Spilts with Winona

After dropping their first game of the season to Winona State last Sunday, the Husky Baseball team rebounded in the second game of their double header with the Warriors and had a comeback 3-2 victory.

Winona came out strong in the first contest and won 6-1, giving David Deminsky his first loss of the young season. In game two, the Huskies scored two runs in the 6th inning and won 3-2. Sophmore Nick Anderson pitched a nine strikeout, complete game to improve to 2-0 on the year and Jordan Smith got the big 2 run double in the 6th to secure a win for the Huskies.

Saint Cloud (5-1) will take on Bemidji State this weekend at the Metrodome for two pairs of double headers. KVSC has planned coverage for the games on Saturday starting at 12:15 p.m.

 

Huskies Lock Up Home Ice with Spilt

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02/22/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Lock Up Home Ice with Spilt

TheSaint Cloud State Men’s Hockey team won at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin for the first time since 2001 and the Huskies locked up home ice for first round of theWCHA playoffs with a 5-1 win over Wisconsin on Friday.

Dan Dunn had 37 saves in game one and has not lost since November posting a 12-2-1 record so far this year. Ten different players had points for the Huskies while Ryan Lasch continued his hot streak with two more points. Lasch now sits just 8 points from tieing the all time scoring mark in team history.

Game two had just as much firepower but it was Wisconsin that saw themselves on the winning end with a 7-4 victory, earning the series spilt. Saint Cloud now sits 3 points behind league leader Denver in the race for 1st but the Pioneers have two games in hand. Mike Lee was the goalie of record as his recent struggles continue with allowing 13 goals over the last two games.

St.Cloud is off this weekend and will rest up as they get set to take on MSU-Mankato in a home and home series next weekend. Game one is in Mankato while the teams travel back up to the National Hockey Center on Saturday to finish out the matchup.

Huskies Win back to back games

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02/22/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Win back to back games

For the first time since December, the SCSU Women's Basketball team won back to back games. The Huskies beat the University of Minnesota-Crookston 78-71 behind 21 points from Talisha Barlow and 20 points from Becca Friestleben.

The Huskies are now 10-15 overall and 5-13 in the NSIC. They will host league leader Concordia University on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Tune into KVSC for the game with the pre-game show starting at 5:40 p.m.

Roberts is Player of Week!

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02/17/2010 - 1:00 AM

Roberts is Player of Week!

Saint Cloud State senior forward Holly Roberts has been named the WCHA offensive player of the week for her efforts this past weekend against the University of Minnesota Gophers.

The Saint Cloud native tied the school record for points in a game with six in Saturday’s 6-3 win that completed the sweep of the second ranked Gophers. Roberts had her third career hat trick and added three assists in the big win. This past weekend also marked the first time in school history that the Huskies have taken four points in a series from the Gophers.

Roberts now has 42 points in 32 games played in the season and ranks second all time in women’s hockey history at SCSU in scoring with 119 points. She and the Huskies will take on Ohio State this weekend in Columbus in the last series of the regular season.
 

Huskies Workout with the Vikings

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02/17/2010 - 12:00 PM

Huskies Workout with the Vikings

Saint Cloud State Offensive Lineman Scott Ferguson and Wide Receiver Fred Williams had private workouts with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday afternoon at Husky Stadium. The two went through drills and assessments to see their potential of playing at the next level.

Former Husky Ryan Kees (keys) went through the same type of workouts with the Atlanta Falcons two years ago before he was eventually signed by the Detroit Lions last season.

Two Points With a Reality Check

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02/15/2010 - 12:00 PM

Two Points With a Reality Check

It what could have been described as a boxing match between two heavy weight powers, the SCSU Men's Hockey team may have dealt the first blow on Friday to the University of North Dakota but it was Saint Cloud that left with a black eye.

Saint Cloud took game one on Friday with a 4-3 win behind 43 saves by Dan Dunn and two more points by Ryan Lasch. The win pushed the Huskies into first place on the WCHA and charted Bob Motzko's 100th career victory but the good times didn't last long.

North Dakota came out firing on Saturday night and scored six goals in the 2nd period on their way to an 8-1 victory. It ended up being an actual boxing match as well with the players dropping the gloves multiple times and the teams combining for 22 power plays. 

The Huskies will try and take the gut check and move on when they travel to take on #3 Wisconsin in Madison this weekend. Listen to the Husky-Badger games this Friday and Saturday on KVSC with puck drop both nights at 7:07 p.m.  

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Sports Schedule

  • Men's Hockey vs Western Trinity
    Oct 04, 2014 - 7:00
  • Men's Hockey vs Colgate
    Oct 10, 2014 - 7:37
  • Huskies Football vs University of Minnesota-Duluth
    Oct 11, 2014 - 1:00

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