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Former St. John’s All-American wide receiver Blake Elliott was named to the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, it was announced Thursday.
He is one of 87 candidates from the Division I, II and III, NAIA and junior college … Hit the jump to read the rest
For the second straight season, St. Mary’s coach Mandy Pearson has been named the MIAC women’s basketball coach of the year. The former Eden Valley-Watkins and Concordia standout is believed to be the first person to earn conference player and … Hit the jump to read the rest
Augsburg senior post Dan Kornbaum — a Little Falls High School graduate — has been named this season’s MIAC men’s basketball player of the year.
Kornbaum averaged 19.3 points and 7.9 rebounds per game with 43 blocked shots while shooting … Hit the jump to read the rest
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball season effectively ended on Wednesday when it wasn’t included in this week’s Central Region poll.
The top eight teams in the final poll advance to the Central Region Tournament, which begins March 15. The … Hit the jump to read the rest
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Scottie Stone did his best to keep his team’s season alive on Sunday afternoon.
The St. Cloud State freshman helped lead a late comeback attempt in the Huskies’ NSIC Tournament quarterfinal game against Winona State at … 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.
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