02/23/2014 - 10:00 AM
The #4 St. Cloud State University men's hockey team suffered their first Friday road loss of the season when they fell to Miami University 4-3. The Huskies got on the board first with a power play goal by Jonny Brodzinski. Miami tied things up soon after with a power play goal of their own to end play in the first period. The Redhawks added two more goals in the second period making it 3-1 before Joe Rehkamp scored making it a one-goal game again. Miami added another goal in the first half of the third period to make it a 4-2 game with just under fifteen minutes to play. Nic Dowd added a power play goal to make things closer with one minute and eight seconds remaining. Despite a huge last minute effort by SCSU they were unable to tie things up, falling 4-3 to the University of Miami.
SCSU rebounded on Saturday with a big 3-0 win, starting things just as they did on Friday, scoring first. The Huskies got two goals on the board in the first period thanks to Jimmy Murray and David Morley. Morley's goal came on the power play. That would be the only scoring in the game until the third period when Nic Dowd added his second power play goal of the weekend making it a 3-0 game. SCSU held on for the win and goaltender Ryan Faragher earned a shut out victory, making 33 saves.
Just two more regular season series remain and the Huskies are currently tied on the top of conference standings with the University of North Dakota. North Dakota will visit the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center this upcoming weekend for what is sure to be an intense showdown. Listen to the action on 88.1 FM KVSC on Friday and Saturday night. Friday's game will start later than normal at 8:07 p.m. The game will be broadcast on national television, Saturday's game with begin at 7:07 p.m. Follow along with hockey coverage all week via Twitter.
02/19/2014 - 9:00 AM
The KVSC Sports Department will provide live coverage of eight St. Cloud State University Athletic events this weekend via a webstream and on 88.1 FM, KVSC. Coverage will start 15 minutes prior to each event time.
11:00 a.m. Softball--The Kelly Lass Memorial Invite: SCSU v Emporia State University, listen live here.
7:07 p.m. Women's hockey--SCSU v Bemidji State, listen live here.
2:00 p.m. Softball--The Kelly Laas Memorial Invite: SCSU v Northwest Missouri State University, listen live here.
3:07 p.m. Women's hockey--Senior Night: SCSU v Bemidji State, listen live here.
4:00 p.m. Women's Basketball--Senior Night: SCSU v Bemidji State University, listen live on 88.1 FM KVSC and online here.
6:00 p.m. Men's Basketball--Senior Night SCSU v Bemidji State University, listen live on 88.1 FM KVSC and online here.
9:00 a.m. Softball--The Kelly Laas Memorial Invite: SCSU v University of Nebraska at Kearney, listen live here.
3:00 p.m. Softball--The Kelly Laas Memorial Invite: SCSU v Missouri Western State University, listen live here.
02/16/2014 - 2:00 AM
The Husky men’s hockey team posted their first sweep of the season at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center over the Bulldogs this weekend. SCSU defeated Minnesota Duluth 5-3 on Friday then finished the weekend with a close 4-3 victory on Saturday night.
On Friday the Huskies got out of the gate early scoring four goals in the first period against the NCHC Goaltender of the Week, Aaron Crandall. The Huskies took advantage of a power play chance early in the game when Nic Dowd scored at the 2:03 mark to make it a 1-0 game. Other goals in the period came off the sticks of Joey Benik, Kevin Gravel and Jimmy Murray. SCSU held the lead 4-0 after the first period. The second period featured UMD swapping goaltenders, putting in Matt McNeely and then starting off on the score sheet, just 22 seconds after the faceoff to slash SCSU's lead to 4-1. The Bulldogs would add another goal before the buzzer signaled the end of the second period. The third period was all St. Cloud State as the Huskies added to their 4-2 lead 39 seconds in when Murray scored his second goal of the game. Austin Farley would make it a 5-3 game with about three minutes left. UMD pulled their goaltender in hopes of magic but the Huskies held on for the win.
On Saturday night things teams seemed to be more evenly matched, trading goals before the Huskies scored late for the eventual victory. Much like game one of the series, SCSU got on the scoreboard early when Murray notched his third goal of the weekend 30 seconds into the game. The Huskies held a 1-0 lead until late in the period when the Bulldogs scored to make it a 1-1 game heading into intermission. In the second period Ethan Prow extended his point streak to seven goals with a goal that made it 2-1. Five minutes later Ryan Papa added to the lead now a 3-1 game. The Bulldogs were not going to give up as easily as Friday and came back in the period to make it a one-goal game. It was 3-2 after two periods. In the third UMD scored on the power play about five minutes into the game thanks to a five on three advantage. The Bulldogs would continue to get opportunities as the teams skated up and down the rink with a 3-3 mark on the scoreboard. Ryan Faragher stood tall between the pipes for the Huskies making every save that came his direction. With less than two minutes to play SCSU's sophomore sensation, Jonny Brodzinski netted a goal that put the Huskies up 4-3. The nail biting continued at the final minute and a half played out, SCSU once again held on for the victory and earned their first home sweep of the season.
Of note in the series, sophomore Jimmy Murray scored three goals, Ethan Prow had a goal and an assist to stretch his point-streak to seven games. David Morley also has a seven game point-streak thanks to his helpers both nights, Morley had two assists on the weekend. Nic Dowd added a goal and two assists on the weekend to extend his point streak to five games. Goaltender Ryan Faragher notched his 48th career victory on Saturday night, he is now second in the record book for the most wins in a career. The only person ahead of him is Brian Leitza who has 66 victories. The Bulldogs continue their ways in St. Cloud, MN where they have not won a game since March 9, 2011.
Just three weekends of regular season play remain and the Huskies currently own the top stop in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) with 36 points. The upcoming weekend will feature the Huskies visiting Miami (OH) who currently sits in the last conference spot. Keep up to date on the latest with the Huskies and for updates on the upcoming series via the KVSC Hockey Twitter.
02/15/2014 - 10:30 AM
SCSU's basketball team dropped their Friday games but rebounded Saturday. The women’s team fell to Winona State 69-59 on Friday while the men lost 89-68. On Saturday the teams took on Upper Iowa University, the women were successful 88-79 while the men conquered the Peacocks in a close match up 97-94.
The Huskies will close out the regular season this weekend at home. Friday evening SCSU hosts the University of Minnesota Crookston then Saturday they round out the season hosting the Beavers of Bemidji State University. Listen to the games on Saturday on 88.1 FM KVSC and online here. Live coverage begins at 3:45 p.m.
02/11/2014 - 9:45 AM
The St. Cloud State University women's swimming and diving team clinched the NSIC Championship this weekend, finishing with 1418 total team points. The Huskies had nine individual conference titles over the weekend, and is the 2nd straight conference title for the Huskies. SCSU swim coach Jeff Hegle and diving coach Kayla Deters who were also named NSIC coaches of the year.
02/11/2014 - 9:30 AM
The fourth ranked SCSU wrestling team finally got the chance to wrestle at home. On Thursday night the Huskies defeated the Mustangs of Southwest Minnesota State, then Friday night they took down Augustana college 27-12. SCSU is now 6-0 in conference play.
The St. Cloud State wrestling team will have a double dip of action this weekend, on Thursday SCSU will travel to Mankato for a meet with the Mavericks. Listen to the meet at 7pm with a pre game show at 6:45 via the Sports Stream.
02/11/2014 - 9:00 AM
SCSU’s women’s hockey team played Minnesota State University in Mankato over the weekend. The Huskies fell to the Mavericks 4-2 on Friday but rebounded on Saturday. The 3-3 game needed extra time and a shoot out to decide who would get the extra conference point. Freshman Lauren Hespenheide scored the only goal in the shoot out for the extra point for the Huskies.
The Huskies have just one weekend of regular season play remaining next weekend. February 21-22 when they host Bemidji State University. Those games can be heard on the KVSC Sports Stream.
02/11/2014 - 10:15 AM
The St. Cloud State men’s hockey team hosted the University of Denver over the weekend. The Huskies and Pioneers traded goals back and forth on Friday night and needed extra time to decide a winner. Regulation wasn’t enough time to get things decided, nor was overtime. Friday’s game went to a shoot out where Denver prevailed for the extra NCHC point.
On Saturday SCSU started freshman goaltender, Charlie Lindgren in net. It was the second time Lindgren had seen the Pioneers this season and his fourth career start. In the game the Huskies trailed 2-0 at the halfway point of the second period. The Huskies then proceeded to score 4 unanswered goals to skate away with a 4-2 victory.
The St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey team will welcome the Duluth Bulldogs this weekend. SCSU has just 8 games remaining on their regular season schedule. Both games this weekend can be heard on 88.1FM. Friday’s game is slated for a 7:37 puck drop with a pregame show at 7pm. Saturday’s puck drop is at 7:07 with a pre games how at 6:45.
The Huskies now maintain sole possession of first place in the conference and remain in sixth place in USCHO polls this week.
Also of note sophomore defender Ethan Prow and senior forward, Nic Dowd are NCHC Defensive and Offensive players of the week.
Follow news and notes from the hockey team via KVSC Hockey on Twitter.
02/03/2014 - 9:30 AM
St. Cloud State University’s men’s hockey team took their skills on the road over the weekend for a conference battle with the Mavericks of the University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO). It was the first conference series between the two teams, who had a previous fourteen game history that slightly favored SCSU 7-5-2. The Mavericks and Huskies will quickly build more history as they both play in the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference.
The two game series that had a variety of lead changed found St. Cloud State on top Friday night then falling Saturday. SCSU scored the first goal of the series eight minutes and two seconds after the puck dropped. It was a Kalle Kossila goal assisted by Jonny Brodzinski and Ryan Papa. Teams would head to the locker room after the first period with the Huskies leading 1-0 assistant SCSU coach, Mike Gibbons noted after the period “we can play better.”
Friday’s second period was the most-offensively charged period of the game. Both teams took their turns respectively scoring goals. Nebraska-Omaha got things started at the halfway mark when Brainerd, MN native, Josh Archibald scored, making it a 1-1 game. The Huskies responded about a minute later when Joey Benik gave the Huskies a lead again. It was Benik’s first game back in the line-up since suffering an upper body injury in Denver on January 10. The scoring didn’t end there, the Mavericks tied things up again at the 14:04 mark off the stick of Dominic Zombo. The Huskies wanted another helping and got it when Benik scored his second goal of the game with three minutes and fifteen seconds left in the second period. Benik admitted he was “a little nervous” heading into the game but also “got more comfortable in the second period.” The score was 3-2 after forty minutes of play.
Three more goals would be added in the final period of regulation. Nebraska-Omaha got things going just twenty-eight seconds into the game. The Zahn Raubenheimer goal tied the game at three each. Teams engagingly tangled up and down the ice for a majority of the period until SCSU co-captain Kevin Gravel got the game-winning goal with just under four minutes remaining. The Mavericks pulled their goalie and Brooks Bertsch added an empty-net goal to seal the deal for the Huskies 5-3. Head coach of St. Cloud State University, Bob Motzko said “it was a good road win for us” but also added the team would need to manage the puck better. The win also catapulted SCSU back to the top of NCHC standings.
Saturday’s contest found fans, players and coaches perplexed after 14 goals were scored in the contest that featured little defensive play in both ends and a roulette table between the pipes. The game was a showcase of offensive style where the last goal wins. The Mavericks took just over two minutes to get the scoring sequence started when Justin Parizek made it a 1-0 game. About two minutes later UNO would strike again when Brock Montpetit scored. The Huskies would answer soon after when Kalle Kossila scored on the power play to cut the Maverick lead in half. Mike Gibbons felt “ that power play turned the game around.” SCSU had more in store for the first period, Jimmy Murray scored to tie the game then Kossila scored again to give the Huskies a 3-2 lead before intermission.
The second period would bring four more even-strength goals but it left the Huskies trailing 5-4. It was also this period of play that began the revolving door of goaltending. Nebraka-Omaha started their freshman goaltender, Reed Peters over Kirk Thompson to begin the period. SCSU began the period with veteran Ryan Faragher in net but pulled him after he allowed two goals. The pipes then belonged to SCSU’s freshman netminder, Charlie Lindgren. Lindgren would allow just one goal before the end of the second period. The lone SCSU goal of the period belonged to David Morley. Following the second period assistant coach Mike Gibbons said the team had to “take care of the front of the net” in order to find success in the third period.
Executing coach Gibbon’s advice would prove difficult for the Huskies in the third period. St. Cloud State’s Kalle Kossila scored the first goal of the period, earning him a hat trick for the evening. Ironically, it was the first Husky hat trick since the December 7, 2012 when David Morley earned a hat trick in a 6-5 SCSU loss to the UNO Mavericks. Nebraska-Omaha would promptly respond in a big way as Zahn Raubenheimer scored. That goal would end SCSU goaltender Charlie Lindgren’s service for the evening; Ryan Faragher entered the pipes again. Dominic Zombo added to the chaos with his third goal of the night, this one on the power play, making it a 7-5 game at the halfway mark of the period. Brock Monpetit scored again for UNO with about seven minutes remaining in the game, giving the Mavericks an 8-5 lead. Cory Thorson would score with just under three minutes remaining to wrap-up the scoring in the contest. Nebraska-Omaha earned a win in the second game of the series 8-6 UNO had 44 shots in the contest compared to the Huskies 32.
The loss moves the Huskies to 14-6-4 overall with an 8-4-2 NCHC record. St. Cloud State still remains in the top spot in the conference. St. Cloud State dropped one spot in the USCHO poll this week, now ranked sixth. The Huskies will return home this upcoming weekend Feb. 7-8 for another conference series, this time against the University of Denver. Listen to this weekends action on the KVSC Sports Stream. Audio can only be found here, it will not air on 88.1 FM due to Trivia Weekend. Coverage starts on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
Follow along all week on Twitter for updates.
02/03/2014 - 9:20 AM
The SCSU track and field team has had a solid season so far. They partook in their 4th meet this past weekend at Minnesota State Mankato. Keyshawn Davis was the big hero in the tournament taking second place in the long jump with a 23-02.00. Freshmen Jordan Yira and Andrew Reid would take 8th and 10th place in the event. St. Cloud would also get fifth and eleventh place finishes in the heptathlon thanks to Riley Myers and Dan Weber.
The Huskies are right back at it Saturday the 8th of February as they travel back to Mankato for the Ted Nelson Classic Invitational. Listen to a KVSC Sports exclusive interview with head coach Eric Hanenberger here.
02/03/2014 - 9:20 AM
Friday evening Wayne State College was in town, proving to be an easy defeat for the mean’s team as they dominated play for a 90-63 victory. The women’s game with Wayne featured seven tied scores and eight lead changes in a game that the Wildcats prevailed, 75-67. Friday night was also Kevin Schlagel look-a-like night.
Saturday’s action featured two exciting contests when Augustana came to town. First up the women’s team had to outlast Augustana in a game that came down to the final four seconds, SCSU won thanks to a free throw, the final score was 74-73. The men’s basketball earned a weekend sweep thanks to a 20-2 run that gave SCSU a lead with just about three minutes left in the game. The Huskies won 76-70.
Listen to a replay of the basketball games this week on the KVSC Sports Stream. Men's basketball will air at 7:00 p.m. and women's will air during the 1 o'clock hour. To listen to the games click here.
02/03/2014 - 9:15 AM
The #4 Husky wrestling team improved to 4-0 in conference play this weekend. SCSU was on their North Dakota road trip taking on Minot (My-knot) State Friday night then the University of Mary Saturday. The Huskies easily handled the Minot Beavers Friday by a commanding 49-0 victory.
On Saturday SCSU defeated the University of Mary 39-6.
The Huskies finally get a turn to play in front of their home crowd this week. On Thursday night (Feb. 6) as Southwest Minnesota State University visits. Wrestling starts at 7:00 p.m. Listen on the KVSC Sports Stream. The Huskies will host Augustana College on Friday night, listen to that match here.
02/03/2014 - 9:00 AM
The Husky women’s team struggled at home this weekend when Ohio State visited town. SCSU fought tough until late in Friday game when the Buckeyes took over the game for good and the Huskies fell 4-1. Saturday’s game belonged to Ohio State the entire game as SCSU fell 6-1.
01/30/2014 - 3:30 AM
Nordic Ski is a sport that demands stamina and proper training. The St. CLoud State Nordic Ski head coach Jeremy Frost spoke with Brook Eddle about how they train with the girls to matain the physical shape required for a grueling sport. He gives his team have a workout plan for the offseason to remain sharp.
01/27/2014 - 9:15 AM
SCSU's #3 wrestling team began the Norther Sun Intercollegiate Conference portion of their season this weekend.
The Huskies dropped the Wolves of Northern State University 41-3 on Friday before taming the Dragons of MSU-Moorhead Saturday 32-7.
St. Cloud State is now 13-1 overall this season, 2-0 in NSIC action. Up next, the Huskies will take on Minot State and the University of Mary. Listen to the action this upcoming Friday and Saturday on the KVSC Sports Stream.Page [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >> ]
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