Author Archives: Frank Rajkowski
The All-MIAC football team was released Thursday and the St. John’s football team had two players named to the first team.
Senior center Kevin Battis and junior linebacker Andrew Rose, who led the Johnnies in tackles, earned first-team honors.
Named … Hit the jump to read the rest
Wisconsin-River Falls (1-2) at St. John’s (1-2)
Game time: 7 p.m., Tuesday, at Sexton Arena.
Broadcast: WBHR-AM 660.
About the Johnnies: St. John’s plays its first home game of the season. The Johnnies are coming off a 96-87 loss at … Hit the jump to read the rest
St. Benedict (0-0 MIAC, 2-0 overall) vs. Wisconsin-River Falls (0-0 WIAC, 0-3 overall)
Game time: 3 p.m., Saturday, at Claire Lynch Hall.
Broadcast: WVAL-AM 800.
About the Blazers: St. Benedict is coming off a pair of wins at last weekend’s … Hit the jump to read the rest
St. John’s (0-0 MIAC, 1-1 overall) at Minnesota-Morris (0-0 UMAC, 1-1 overall)
Game time: 7 p.m. Thursday, at Jim Gremmels Court, Morris.
Broadcast: WVAL (660 AM).
About the Johnnies: St. John’s — already without senior wing Seth Marx due to … Hit the jump to read the rest
The injury woes continue for the St. John’s basketball team.
The Johnnies – who are already without senior wing Seth Marx, their leading scorer from a year ago, until at least after Christmas due to an injury suffered during preseason … Hit the jump to read the rest
Finishing up the process of winding down the 2013 football season at St. John’s.
You can read the year-end story from Tuesday’s paper here: http://www.sctimes.com/article/20131119/SPORTS04/311190011/Year-ender-few-steps-forward-more-take-St-John-s
And my column from Tuesday on Gary Fasching’s first year as head coach here: http://www.sctimes.com/article/20131119/SPORTS04/311190009/Rajkowski-column-Fasching-ready-build-Year-1… Hit the jump to read the rest
Gary Fasching’s first season as head coach at St. John’s came to an end with Saturday afternoon’s 28-7 loss to Bethel at a soggy and gray Clemens Stadium.
And though the Johnnies finished 7-3 – two games better than they … Hit the jump to read the rest
Erik Peterson threw for a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and rushed for two more as Bethel rolled past St. John’s 28-7 in the regular season finale for both teams Saturday afternoon at a rainy Clemens Stadium.
End of a scoreless third quarter.
Bethel had a chance to add to their lead, but a 25-yard field goal by Andrew O’Reilly went wide left.
But the Johnnies’ offense has not been able to keep drives going or accomplish … Hit the jump to read the rest