Monthly Archives: February 2014
No changes for the Huskies from what was in the paper today.
The last time these two teams met was Nov. 1-2 at North Dakota. Junior goalie Ryan Faragher stopped … Hit the jump to read the rest
The SCSU basketball teams had some big honors today with the All-NSIC teams coming out. There’s a lot of other SCSU athletic news out there so I thought I’d put together a quick notebook.
Here you go:
Craggs, Poydras named
Walt Disney World – the granddaddy of Florida theme parks – this week announced its second ticket price increase in a year. The cost of a single-day ticket to the Magic Kingdom will now cost $99, up from $95. As … Hit the jump to read the rest
MIAC men’s basketball playoffs
No. 4 St. John’s (13-7 MIAC, 15-10 overall)
vs. No. 5 Gustavus (13-7 MIAC, 16-9 overall)
Game time: 7:30 p.m., Sexton Arena, Collegeville.
Broadcast: WBHR-AM 660.
About the Johnnies: St. John’s has won 10 of its
Central Minnesota health-coverage premiums through MNsure, the state’s new health-insurance marketplace, are the nation’s third-lowest, a new report says.
|Team||Conf. W-L-T-SW||Points||Overall W-L-T|
|St. Cloud State||12-5-3-0||39||18-7-5|
A little help never hurt anybody.
St. Cloud State earned the fourth seed and the right to host a game in the first round of the NSIC Tournament on Wednesday with a 91-80 win over Bemidji State Saturday afternoon at … Hit the jump to read the rest
It wasn’t Kevin Schlagel’s final game at Halenbeck Hall.
But with a postgame ceremony to honor his final season as St. Cloud State’s head coach, it felt like a fitting tribute that his team earned a share of the NSIC … Hit the jump to read the rest
One change for the Huskies vs. Friday: Junior Jarrod Rabey is out of the line and is replaced by freshman Ben Storm.
The Huskies are also No. 5 in the … Hit the jump to read the rest
For people with medical problems, disabilities or other limitations, travel can seem like it’s off the menu of accessible life experiences. Those limitations often affect entire families.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. More travel companies are working … Hit the jump to read the rest