10/01/2009 - 2:00 AM
Tune into KVSC's coverage of the SCSU Women's Hockey game against Niagara as mens team goalie Dan Dunn will be the color commentator. Dunn, a junior for the Huskies, is joining Matt Bishop in the booth at the National Hockey Center.
Friday is a 7:07 start time with pregame starting at 6:40 and Saturday the puck drops at 4:07 with pregame starting at 3:40. Both games can be heard on KVSC 88.1FM and online at kvsc.org.
10/01/2009 - 11:31 AM
Minnesota Twins television play-by-play announcer Dick Bremer joins KVSC's Joe Clemence for Sideline Reporters at 12:30 p.m. Friday. Bremer, a SCSU-KVSC alumnus, returns to the show for a long chat on all things Minnesota Twins. Bremer's analysis and insight is matched by Joe's enthusiasm ... listen in on a season wrap-up after the Twins' series against the Detriot Tigers comes to a close and they gear-up for the Kansas City Royals in a three-game series to bring the regular season to a close.
09/30/2009 - 1:18 AM
Although the 2009-2010 Men's Hockey Team has yet to hit the ice this year, the team is already receiving national attention. The team was just ranked 13th in the latest USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's College Hockey poll released earlier this week.
The Huskies were also picked to finish 5th in the WCHA according to a WCHA Coaches and Media Poll. Picked to finish ahead of SCSU in both the coaches and media poll were Denver, North Dakota, Wisconsin and the University of Minnesota.
In the national USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men's College Hockey poll Denver was picked 2nd, University of Minnesota was 6th, North Dakota 8th and Wisconsin 14th. Others receiving votes in the WCHA were Minnesota-Duluth and Colorado College.
Aside from the team, Husky players Ryan Lasch and Mike Lee also got pre-season recognition. Senior forward, Ryan Lasch was selected as the WCHA preseason Player of the Year while freshman goalie Mike Lee was picked as the Freshman Player of Year.
Lee, Lasch and the rest of the SCSU squad hit the ice this Sunday against the University of Lethbridge in exhibition play at 5:07 p.m. Tune into KVSC at 4:45 for pre-game coverage of the game and then listen live for Lethbridge and Husky Hockey.
09/28/2009 - 11:00 AM
The Saint Cloud State women’s golf team put together back-to-back solid rounds as they went on to win the Saint Benedicts classic this past weekend. SCSU shot a first day total of 334 and followed it up with a 341 for a two-day total of 675, defeating the second place Tommies of Saint Thomas by 16 strokes. Leading the way for the Huskies were senior Lee Zutz and sophomore Emily Gerber. Zutz finished second overall with a two day score of 161 and Gerber was right on her heels finishing third overall with a 165.
Next up for the Huskies is the SCSU Husky Classic on October 4th and 5th at the Saint Cloud Country Club. Also competing in the classic will be Bemidji State, MSU-Moorhead, Northern State University and the University of Manitoba.
09/28/2009 - 10:30 AM
It was the Alex Pafko show at Husky Stadium over the weekend as the sophomore forward scored two game winning goals leading the Saint Cloud State soccer team to a weekend sweep of NSIC opponents. The Blaine, Minn. native notched the game winning goal in the Huskies’ 2-1 victory over Southwest Minnesota State on Saturday then recorded the only goal of the game in a 1-0 upset victory over seventh ranked MSU-Mankato.
Pafko’s three goals on the season put her in a tie for the team lead with Chelsey Permenter. The Huskies are now 4-2-3 overall and remain undefeated in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference with a record of 3-0-1. SCSU is in action on October 2nd against MSU-Moorhead. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. at Husky Stadium.
09/28/2009 - 10:00 AM
The Saint Cloud State volleyball team started off its four game road trip with a 3-0 loss against Minnesota State-Moorhead on Friday. The Huskies were led by Ashley Shields and Kayla Tschida who had nine and seven kills respectively. Game two of the road trip pitted the Huskies against the Minnesota Golden Eagles and the fans got their money’s worth. After winning the first two sets, the Huskies dropped the next two sets to Crookston. Kayla Tschida took over from there as she led the Huskies to a 17-15 fifth set win and the match victory. The junior from Holdingford notched a career high 20 kills and 15 digs in the contest.
SCSU is now 6-12 overall and 2-4 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. They head to Augustana on Tuesday to take on the Vikings in an NSIC matchup. First serve is slated for 7:00 p.m.
09/23/2009 - 10:09 AM
Saint Cloud State golfer Evan Peters has been named the Northern Sun Conference player of the week for his performance this past weekend. The senior from Glenwood shot a final round score of 73 on Monday to win medalist honors at the Saint Cloud State Husky Classic.
Peters’ performance helped the SCSU team finish second at the classic. The Huskies' next competition is September 27-28 as they participate in the NSIC/RMAC Crossover at the Wild Horse Golf Club in Gothenburg, Nebraska.
09/21/2009 - 10:45 AM
Goal scoring had been a problem for the Saint Cloud State soccer team until they visited Wayne State on Saturday. The Huskies erupted for five goals as they defeated the Wildcats 5-1. Sophomore Alexandra Pafko started off the scoring for Saint Cloud as she notched her first goal of the season with an assist from Gabrielle Najera. After a 1-0 halftime score, the Huskies opened up the floodgates in the second half as they scored four goals, two by Chelsey Permenter. Pafko added an assist in the game and Najera finished with two helpers on the contest.
The Huskies traveled to Augustana on Sunday to take on the Vikings and ended up playing in their third double-overtime game of the season. Elizabeth Kelly made eight saves in the contest as the game ended in a 0-0 tie. The Huskies are now 2-2-3 overall and 1-0-1 in the Northern Sun Conference.
09/21/2009 - 10:22 AM
An explosion on offense and solid defensive play helped the Saint Cloud State football team win its first game of the season, 28-17 on Saturday against Northern State. SCSU gained 556 yards of total offense as they mixed it up between the run and the pass. Husky running backs Brandon Geiss and Jake Machacek ran wild on the Wolves defense, rushing for 188 and 89 yards respectively. Machacek added two one yard touchdown runs on the day.
SCSU quarterback Mitch Watkins completed his first 13 passes en route to a 21 of 28, 258 yard and two touchdown performance. Watkins' two favorite targets on the day were Fred Williams and Tyler Nuquay, who each had eight catches. Nuquay also scored his second career touchdown as a Husky. SCSU is now 1-3 overall and 1-2 in the Northern Sun Conference and travels to Upper Iowa on September 26th to face off against the Peacocks.
09/16/2009 - 11:11 AM
Bret Hedican, the former North Saint Paul and Saint Cloud State star, has retired from the National Hockey League after 17 years of playing. The 39-year-old Hedican was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in 1988 and played in over a thousand NHL games for the Blues, Vancouver Canucks, Florida Panthers, Carolina Hurricanes and most recently the Anaheim Ducks.
The smooth skating defenseman won a Stanley Cup with the Hurricanes in 2006 alongside another former Husky, Matt Cullen. Hedican played in 108 playoff games total and also was a member of the 1992 and 1996 United States Olympic team. In his Husky career Hedican set the season record for goals by a defenseman with 18 in the 1990-1991.
09/16/2009 - 10:10 AM
Three was not the lucky number for the Husky Volleyball Team Tuesday night as they failed to get their third straight win, falling to Winona State three sets to none. The loss marked the opening of the 2009-2010 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) schedule for both teams.
Ashley Shields had her fifth double-double of the season charting 13 kills and racking up ten digs in the back row. Co-captain Kayla Tschida added eight kills for SCSU and Erica Beacom and Alecia Lunde chipped in four kills each.
Saint Cloud gets another chance to get its first NSIC win of the season on Friday as they open up the home schedule against Winona at Halenbeck Hall. Start time for that match is 7:00 p.m.
09/14/2009 - 2:18 AM
The Saint Cloud State football team fell behind early this past weekend against Wayne State and could never catch up. Wayne State scored on their first three possessions against the Huskies and never looked back. Wildcats quarterback Silas Fluellen picked apart the Huskies defense, completing 29 of 32 passes for 312 yards and three scores. That wasn’t the only difficulty for the Saint Cloud defense as they also gave up 184 yards on the ground.
Leading the Saint Cloud State offensive attack was running back Brandon Geiss who had 88 yards rushing and a touchdown. Receiver Fred Williams also had a stellar day catching ten passes for 97 yards and a T-D. The Huskies are now 0-3 on the young season and return home this coming weekend to take on Northern State. Kickoff is at six p-m and that game can be heard on 88.1 FM, KVSC.
09/14/2009 - 12:00 PM
It was an up and down weekend for the Saint Cloud State volleyball team as they won twice and lost twice at the Wisconsin-Parkside tournament in Kenosha. The tournament started off rough for SCSU as they dropped the first two matches. The first loss came to tourney host Wisconsin Parkside three sets to one, the second to nationally ranked Indianapolis three sets to nothing.
Day two was a new day and the Huskies came out with a vengeance. Saint Cloud dominated Quincy University three sets to none and closed out the tournament with a three sets to one win over Saint Josephs College. First year libero Sarah Madden had a career high 22 digs against Saint Josephs. Saint Cloud is now 4-8 on the season and opens the NSIC season against Winona State on Friday at Halenbeck Hall.
09/10/2009 - 3:20 AM
Code of Conduct violations may leave the Saint Cloud State Football Team with fewer members come Saturday against Wayne State. Sergeant Marty Sayer of the Saint Cloud Police Department confirmed that eight individuals were cited for underage drinking and that three people were given tickets for noise violations last weekend. KVSC has confirmed so far four of the 11 cited are current football players.
The disturbance came early Sunday morning at a house party at 1027 7th Avenue in St.Cloud. Tickets were given for noise violations to Junior Defensive End Josh Popanda, Junior Defensive Back Tyler Niedfeldt and Junior Defensive Lineman Joe Winandy. Redshirt Freshman Cory Callahan was also cited for underage consumption and fleeing on foot.
University officials said that suspensions have been given out but the players involved and how long they're suspended have not been released yet. Head Football Coach Scott Underwood acknowledged the situation and violations of the Student-Athlete Code of Conduct, but declined to give names and the exact discipline at this time. Unidentifed sources close to the team believe that the suspensions could last throughout the season and may involve players that have started for the Huskies in the past. Stay tuned to 88.1FM and KVSC.ORG for more information.
09/10/2009 - 2:10 AM
With Vikings football kicking off this Sunday, it's time to get pumped up for the new season. The KVSC Sports Team is already talking trash around the office ... now it's time for you to get excited about the NFL Kickoff Weekend!Page [ << 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 ]
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