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Mar 14, 2021

Huskies Wrestling Win Third Straight National Championship

By Max Steigauf / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics The stage was set for the St. Cloud State Huskies wrestling team headed into day 2 of the NCAA DII National championships. The Huskies entered day 2 trailing first place Nebraska- Kearney by 6.5 team points, however the Huskies had 7 of their 8 national […]

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Mar 14, 2021

SCSU Men’s Hockey Advances to NCHC Semifinal

By Drew Steele / @wooitsdrew / sports@kvsc.org The Huskies had the puck drop on the 2021 NCHC Frozen Faceoff on Friday afternoon as they played Colorado College. The Tigers were forced to play shorthanded due to complications with COVID-19. The two teams were scoreless through the first period. In the second, each team would find […]

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Mar 12, 2021

Season Ends in NCAA Regional for Huskies Hoops

By Nathan Daggett / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics The St. Cloud State Women’s Basketball Team earned themselves another bid for the NCAA Tournament in the Central Region, as a result of their strong NSIC Regular Season and Tournament performances. This was the second consecutive season that St. Cloud State was named to the […]

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Mar 2, 2021

Huskies Men’s Hockey Taken Down In Duluth

By Drew Steele / @wooitsdrew / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics The Huskies men’s hockey team traveled up to Duluth this weekend for a one game series against the Bulldogs. The last time SCSU played UMD in Duluth, the Huskies swept the Bulldogs. This time was a little different, though, as UMD would score […]

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Mar 1, 2021

NSIC Tournament Run Ends In Championship Game for SCSU Women’s Basketball

By Nathan Daggett / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics 02/26/21 – Minnesota State Mankato 68 – St. Cloud State 70 The St. Cloud State Women’s Basketball Team began the NSIC Tournament finding themselves down by 15 points at the half, but just like all season long, they battled their way back. The Huskies would […]

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Feb 24, 2021

Huskies Women’s and Men’s Hoops Earn Conference Honors

By Nathan Daggett / sports@kvsc.org / Photos by SCSU Athletics The NSIC released the Women’s and Men’s conference awards on Wednesday and many St. Cloud State players were awarded for their performances this season. The Women’s Team saw Brehna Evans named the NSIC North Division Defensive Player of the Year and was a part of […]

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Feb 21, 2021

SCSU Men’s Basketball Clinches Playoff Berth in Series Split with Minnesota-Duluth

By Ryan McNamara / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics 2/19/21 – St. Cloud State 60 – Minnesota Duluth 73 The Huskies needed at least one win this weekend to get a playoff bid, and they fought for one Friday night. After one half, St. Cloud State’s defense did not have an answer for Minnesota-Duluth, […]

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Feb 21, 2021

SCSU Women’s Basketball Hands Bulldogs First Loss with Split in Duluth

By Nathan Daggett / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics After completing their second straight sweep last weekend against Crookston, the St. Cloud State Women’s Basketball Team would travel up to Duluth to take on the undefeated Bulldogs for the final regular season games. 02/19/21 – St. Cloud State 60 – Minnesota Duluth 49 The […]

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Feb 20, 2021

Huskies Men’s HOckey Takes Down Colorado College In One Game Series

By Drew Steele / @wooitsdrew / sports@kvsc.com / Photo by SCSU Athletics The Huskies had to make up a game against Colorado College on Saturday due to the Tigers entering the bubble late due to COVID-19. The game could not have came at a better time for SCSU as the Huskies had split with bottom […]

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Feb 18, 2021

SCSU Softball goes 6-0 At The Kelly Laas Memorial Tournament

By: Collin Rutkowski / @CRutkowski37 / sports@kvsc.org / Photo by SCSU Athletics Last weekend ended an 11-month break and the softball team left right where they left off a year ago sweeping Northwestern College (IA), Truman State, and Viterbo University. It was the defense and pitching in the first two games vs. NW that would […]

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