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SCSU Football Wins 3rd Straight Game

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10/23/2017 - 12:45 PM

SCSU Football Wins 3rd Straight Game
Gregory Lewis runs wild in Husky victory

 The St. Cloud State huskies ran all over the University of Mary Marauders this weekend resulting in a 33-7 victory. The Huskies moved to 6-2 on the year as they try and keep pace atop the NSIC standings.

Curtwan Evans and Gregory Lewis each had 25 carries resulting in 121 yards for Lewis and 128 yards rushing for Evans. The two running backs combined for three rushing touchdowns and quarterback Dwayne Lawhorn added a touchdown on the ground as well. Place kicker Adam Stage got in on the scoring action as well as Stage broke a SCSU record by drilling a 55-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter.

Defensively linebackers Gary Koehring and Jack Horter each had seven tackles. Horter forced a fumble as well. The defense held the University of Mary to 244 total yards and just one completion. This was also the second straight game that St. Cloud held an opposing team to a touchdown or less.

The Huskies will return home next weekend to take on Northern State University. The Wolves are 3-5 on the year coming off of a loss last weekend against Bemidji State University. St. Cloud will look to win their 4th straight game and move to 7-2 on the year.

SCSU Volleyball Notches Key Weekend Sweep

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10/23/2017 - 11:00 AM

SCSU Volleyball Notches Key Weekend Sweep
Freshman Erin Navratil

 St. Cloud State Volleyball needed a pair of wins this past weekend in order to keep themselves in the hunt for a playoff berth.


The Huskies responded with authority, taking down U-Mary and Minot State in 5 and 3 sets respectively.


Against U-Mary, the Huskies leaned on great performances by Abby Templin (14 kills/3 blocks/.344), Becca Gruber (12 kills/5 blocks), and Clara Krenz (33 digs) to win a 5 set thriller. Freshman Erin Navratil played a key role off the bench in the last two sets, hitting .455 with 5 kills and zero errors. The Marauders were paced by Lauren Randall's 21 kills and 18 digs. SCSU outhit U-Mary .176 to .152 and led on the block 12-5.


SCSU obliterated Minot State in straight sets on Saturday, led by fantastic Middle play. Micah Nier (12 kills/.688) and Marah Mulso (7 kills/.313) dominated the middle block of the Beavers, deftly finding holes in the defense. The Maddy Torve (21 assists/2 kills/3 digs)/Krista Kuglin (8 kills/.389) rotation side of the Huskies' 6-2 played very well throughout the match. Freshman Erin Navratil was fantastic in her 3rd career start, recording 9 kills on .412 hitting, 5 digs and an ace. The Huskies outhit Minot State .374 to .074 and notched 28 more kills than the Beavers.


The Huskies are now 14-9 on the year, 6-7 in conference play, good for 10th in the conference. KVSC's Thomas Breach and Will Heyer will discuss the postseason push on this week's edition of Scouting SCSU Volleyball on the KVSC Sports Podcast Page this Tuesday.

Sports Schedule

  • Football vs Northern State University
    Oct 28, 2017 - 1:00
  • Volleyball vs Sioux Falls (Sports Stream)
    Nov 03, 2017 - 6:00
  • Men's Hockey vs University of Minnesota-Duluth
    Nov 03, 2017 - 7:37

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