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SCSU Women's Soccer Ranked 6th In NSIC Preseason Coaches Poll

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08/22/2016 - 2:25 PM

SCSU Women's Soccer Ranked 6th In NSIC Preseason Coaches Poll
Third Year Head Coach Gretta Arvesen

 The St. Cloud State Women’s Soccer team was recently ranked 6th in the 2016 NSIC Preseason Soccer Coaches’ Poll.

St. Cloud State looks to improve on a 9-6-3 record last season. The team, coached by third year coach Gretta Arvesen, will also bring back two of its top three scorers in sophmores Maria Kass and Alexa Starr. The team will have 11 returners all together.
SCSU hosts the College of Saint Benedict in an exhibition matchup Friday night at 7pm from Husky Stadium. 

St. Cloud Rox Have Three Players Named to Postseason All-Star Team; Rodriguez Named Northwoods Manag

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08/16/2016 - 3:50 PM

The St. Cloud Rox have had a successful 2016 campaign with manager Augie Rodriguez being named the 2016 Northwoods League Manager of the Year. Ricky Ramirez, Collin Strall, and Brian Glowicki were named to the 2016 Northwoods League postseason All-Star team Sunday.

The Rox have a North Division best 47-23 record so far this season and have qualified for the playoffs for the second straight year. It is Rodriguez’s fourth straight winning season as a manager. He has a career record of 200-156.

Ramirez leads the Rox in hits, doubles, RBI and runs. Strall is tied for the team lead in saves and boasts an ERA of 1.53. Glowicki has also been strong on the mound with an ERA of 0.45 in his 14 appearances this year. He has allowed only one run in 20 innings of play.

The All-Star teams were voted on by league coaches and members of the media. This year marks the first time that the Rox have had three players qualify for the team.

Brianne Stamer and Clint Poster Named 2016 Senior Student Athletes of the Year

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07/25/2016 - 4:25 PM

The male and female senior athletes of the year for St. Cloud State University have been announced. Athletes are nominated by their coaches for the award and the awards are given every year to the top male and female student athletes as voted by the Athletic Department’s coaches and staff.

The four-time All-American wrestler Clint Poster got the nod after being named the 2016 NSIC Wrestler of the Year. He finished in third place individually at the NCAA Championships in 2014, 2015, and 2016 in addition to receiving the All-NSIC Academic award three times.

Brianne Stamer was selected as the female student athlete of the year after leading the Huskies volleyball team in digs. She set the Huskies career record for digs last season while also totaling the most digs by any player in the NSIC in 2015. She was named to the All-NSIC Second Team in addition to her involvement in various community groups like the SCSU Student Athlete Advisory Committee and SCSU Chemistry Club.