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LeBlanc Nominated for ESPY

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06/27/2013 - 10:30 AM

LeBlanc Nominated for ESPY

St. Cloud State University Men’s Hockey standout, Drew LeBlanc is nominated for yet another award. LeBlanc is nominated for an ESPY as the Best Male Collegiate Athlete. Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award (ESPY) winners are chosen based solely on fan votes. The awards are presented by ESPN, nominees are selected by the ESPY nominating committee, an award system that has been around since 1993.

Voting for the ESPYS begins today (June 27) and the awards will be announced on July 17 at 8:00 central time on ESPN.

Bremer named to Hall of Fame

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06/12/2013 - 10:00 AM

Bremer named to Hall of Fame

KVSC Alumni and the TV voice of the Minnesota Twins, Dick Bremer has been announced as an inductee of the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Bremer got his broadcasting start at KVSC and graduated from St. Cloud State University in 1978. Click here to listen to his favorite moment from his time at KVSC. He currently serves as the TV voice of the Minnesota Twins, a position he has held for 30 seasons. Bremer also does play-by-play for some Gopher athletics. Throughout his careers he’s served as a radio DJ at KCLD in St. Cloud, called Iowa Hawkeye’s Basketball and Minnesota North Stars games.

Bremer and the other seven inductees will be honored at the induction ceremony on September 29th.

Contributed by: Gina Carlson

LeBlanc to Throw First Pitch

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06/11/2013 - 10:30 AM

LeBlanc to Throw First Pitch

2013 SCSU men’s hockey standout, Drew LeBlanc will throw out the first pitch at the Minnesota Twins game tomorrow (Wednesday) night. The former standout from Hermantown is the first Husky to win the Hobey Baker Award. The award given to the top hockey player in Division One hockey each season.

Drew LeBlanc accepts the Hobey Baker award on April 12, 2013 in Pittsburgh, PA.

 

LeBlanc as well as a few other members of the 2012-2013 team and coaches will be honored for their accomplishments prior to the Twins game against the Philadelphia Phillies on June 12 at Target Field.

Contributed by: Gina Carlson

Rox Lose In Extra Innings After Late Comeback

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06/05/2013 - 10:10 AM

Rox Lose In Extra Innings After Late Comeback

The St. Cloud Rox fell to the Duluth Huskies 9-to-8 in ten innings yesterday after scoring six runs in the final two innings of regulation.

The Rox took an early one run lead in the top of second, but Duluth came back and took a 4-1 lead in the bottom of that inning. St. Cloud and Duluth both added a run in the third making the score 5 to 2. However, Duluth pulled away in the fifth inning scoring three more runs, making the game 8 to 2.

The Rox didn’t get back on the scoreboard until the top of eight, scoring five runs to pull within one of Duluth. They tied it up in the ninth. Then in the bottom of the Tenth inning the Huskies scored the winning run off a Rox error.

The Rox are back in action tonight against the Alexandria Blue Anchors. The first pitch tonight at Joe Faber Field is scheduled for 7:05.

Rox Baseball Begins

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05/29/2013 - 10:00 AM

Rox Baseball Begins

The St. Cloud Rox kick off their second season in central Minnesota this Friday. The Rox host the Thunder Bay Border Cats at 7:05 Friday night under the lights at Joe Faber Field. The game will feature former Minnesota Twin Greg Gagne throwing out the first pitch, live music that begins at 6 p.m. and post-game fireworks.

The Rox are a Northwoods League baseball team made up of college players from across the nation. There are four SCSU Huskies in the Rox lineup this summer including outfielder Eric Loxtercamp, outfielder/first baseman Garrett Fischer, and pitchers Reese Gregory and Kyle Fischer. Across the Northwoods League SCSU is represented well with 10 Huskies playing for five different teams.

Other Huskies in the Northwoods League include:

  • Logan Spitzack (Rochester Honkers)
  • Adam Harlander (Duluth Huskies)
  • Garrett Harrison (Green Bay Bullfrogs)
  • Karl Sorensen (Willmar Stingers)
  • Chris Kubitz (willmar Stingers)
  • Corey Fitzgerald (Alexandria Blue Anchors)
  • Scott Sanderson (Alexandria Blue Anchors)
  • Travis Enger (Lakeshore Chinooks)
  • Nick Mairs (Wisconsin Rapids Rafters)
  • Michael Jurgella (Wisconsin Rapids Rafters)

 

Contributed by: Gina Carlson

 

Husky Baseball Comes to a Close

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05/20/2013 - 10:30 AM

Husky Baseball Comes to a Close

The SCSU baseball team seen another successful season end at the NCAA Central Region Tournament. Minnesota State was able knock the Huskies out of the winners bracket on Saturday forcing the Huskies to win Saturday night to keep the season alive. The Huskies faced Southern Arkansas University Saturday night and won 5-4 with a dramatic walk-off RBI by senior, outfielder, Phil Imholte. That win advanced SCSU to the championship round on Sunday, where the Huskies again faced Minnesota State. The Huskies couldn’t handle the Mavericks for a second time and fell 17-1 to end the season. Minnesota State advances to the World Series championship rounds in Cary, North Carolina.

St. Cloud State first baseman Garrett Fischer and outfielder Eric Loxtercamp were named to the 2013 NCAA Division Two Central Region All-Tournament team. The Huskies finished the season with a 37-11 overall record and were the regular season NSIC Champions with 19 wins and three conference losses.

 

Contributed by: Gina Carlson

Huskies Advance in Regional

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05/16/2013 - 7:00 AM

Huskies Advance in Regional

The Huskies took down the Mules of Central Missouri this afternoon with an 11-2 victory at Franklin Rodgers Field in Mankato. SCSU will now advance in the NCAA Central Region Tournament and play tomorrow evening against Southern Arkansas. 

The Huskies have Sean Borman to thank, he created momentum in the third inning with a three-run double that gave SCSU the early 3-0 lead. St. Cloud State extended  the lead in the eighth inning scoring five more runs to make it 8-2. The Huskies put a bow on the day in the ninth inning off a three-run homer by Borman who ended the day with two runs, two hits and six RBIs. Also of note, the victory was pitcher, Scott Lieser's 10th of the season and his 32nd in a Husky sweater, a new career record. (Previous record was set at 31 by Logan Birr last season).

Southern Arkansas scored a 6-1 win over number four seed Missouri Western in the other first round game on May 16 to advance. SCSU, a fifth seed will play number three seed Southern Arkansas at Franklin Rogers Park in Mankato at 7 p.m. on Friday night. Listen to the action on 88.1 FM or online. Coverage begins at 6:45 p.m. Friday evening. 

 
 Contributed by: Gina Carlson

Jensen Signs Tryout Contract With Griffins

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05/15/2013 - 11:42 AM

Jensen Signs Tryout Contract With Griffins

Husky Hockey defenseman Nick Jensen has signed an amateur try out with the Detroit Red WingsAmerican Hockey League affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins. Jensen was a 2009 fifth-round pick for the Red Wings.

Jensen led the Huskies defense in points this season with four goals and 27 assists in 42 games.

Jensen is not the only Husky to sign a professional contract this spring. Hobey Baker Award winner Drew Leblanc signed with Chicago, and Ben Hanowski signed with the Calgary Flames. Leblanc and Hanowksi played their first NHL games before the regular season ended.

SCSU Baseball to the NCAA Tourney!

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05/13/2013 - 9:30 AM

SCSU Baseball to the NCAA Tourney!

For the fourth consecutive season the Husky baseball team will be dancing in the NCAA Division II tournament! The Huskies are placed in the Central Regional tournament, hosted by Minnesota State; games in the double-elimination tournament will take place in Mankato beginning on Thursday, May 16. SCSU will play Central Missouri Thursday 3:30 p.m.

The Huskies are the fifth seed in the tournament while Central Missouri is the second. The KVSC Sports Department is proud to provide coverage of the Huskies appearance. The game on Thursday will be broadcast exclusively on the KVSC airwaves with Sports Directors Scott Gross and Gina Carlson. The pre-game show will begin at 3:15 p.m. and the first pitch will be thrown at 3:30. Fans can listen on the radio at 88.1 FM or stream the game online. Fans can also follow along via Twitter.

View the complete Central Region bracket here. The winner of the Central Regional will head to the NCAA Finals in Cary, N.C.


Contributed by: Gina Carlson

NSIC Outdoor Championship

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05/13/2013 - 9:00 AM

The Husky Track and Field team took part in the Outdoor portion of the NSIC Championship over the weekend in Sioux Falls. The Huskies advanced eight athletes to the final competitions on Saturday and earned six all-conference honors. All-conference honors are given to the top three individuals winners and top two relay teams in each event. The women’s team finished in eight place while the men posted a fifth place finish. Up next is the NCAA outdoor tournament May 23-29 in Colorado.

Huskies Fall out of NSIC Tourney

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05/12/2013 - 3:00 AM

Huskies Fall out of NSIC Tourney

The Huskies nine hits in Saturday’s NSIC Tournament game with Bemidji State wasn’t enough for a victory. The Beavers posted 14 hits and earned 12 runs to slide into a 12-2 victory over SCSU.

It was the Huskies second lost of the tournament, eliminating them from further play. Bemidji State went on the championship game with Minnesota State. The Mavericks took down the Beavers 3-1 to take the NSIC Championship for the second consecutive season.

The Huskies now await the NCAA regional announcements on Sunday evening.

Huskies Fall in Opening game of NSIC Tourney

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05/09/2013 - 12:30 PM

Huskies Fall in Opening game of NSIC Tourney

In the opening game of the tournament the Huskies fell to the Beavers of Bemidji State 9-3. The NSIC tournament is a double-elimination style so the Huskies will play again to determine their fate.

The Huskies are to play Concordia-St. Paul Wednesday evening, due to rain the game has been postponed to Thursday. The game will be played at Joe Faber field. On and off rain continues to fall in the area altering the start time for the game. As of 12:30 p.m. the first pitch is slated for 3:00 p.m. Due to conflicts with SCSU finals week KVSC will no longer be able to provide coverage of the afternoon game on the Sports Stream.

Next up: The Huskies won the game against Concordia St. Paul 2-0 to continue play in the tournament. The Huskies will now play MSU or Wayne State, whoever losses in the Thursday night game. The next game for SCSU will take play on Friday morning at 11:00 a.m. Listen to the action on KVSC 88.1 FM or online.

Stay tuned with us on Twitter for the latest in Husky baseball coverage. The NSIC Tournament continues at Joe Faber Field and Dick Putz field through the weekend.

2012-2013 Men's Hockey Awards Announced

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05/08/2013 - 5:15 AM

The 2012-2013 Men's Hockey team awards were announced earlier this afternoon. Award winners this year include:

  • Brimsek Award (MVP): Drew LeBlanc
  • LoPresti Award (Most Determined): Nick Jensen
  • LeRoy Radovich (Senior): Drew LeBlanc
  • William Radovich (Most Improved): Nic Dowd
  • Dave Torrey (Goalie): Ryan Farahger
  • Brendan J and Vernie McDonald (Student-Athlete): Brooks Bertsch
  • Roland Vandell (Rookie): Jonny Brodzinski
  • Marty Sundvall/SC Times Star of the Season: Drew LeBlanc

Husky Baseball wins NSIC

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05/06/2013 - 11:15 AM

Husky Baseball wins NSIC

St. Cloud State University is home to another regular season conference champion this year. The Husky baseball team captured the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference regular season championship this weekend thanks to three wins against Bemidji State.

The Huskies took on the Beavers in two doubleheaders on Friday and Saturday. SCSU split the bill on Friday falling in the first game 1-4 before rebounding to a 8-1 victory in the second game. The Huskies took the regular season championship after winning both games of the doubleheader Sunday. The Huskies had to push the games back from Saturday due to weather but that had no affect on the bats. Both games the Huskies took an early lead that was never relinquished. SCSU won Sunday's games by scores of 5-4 and 6-3. The Huskies ended the regular conference season at 19-3 with a 31-7 overall record. It's the first NSIC Championship for the Huskies since 1991.

Next the Huskies will host and participate in the NSIC Tournament that starts on Wednesday and runs through the weekend at Joe Faber Field. SCSU (the number one seed) takes on Bemidji State again; the game is slated for 11 a.m. Wednesday at Joe Faber Field in St. Cloud. View the complete bracket and game times here. Listen to the action on 88.1 FM KVSC and online. Our coverage will begin at 10:45 a.m. on Wednesday. Stay tuned with what’s happening via Twitter.

Contributed by: Gina Carlson

 

LeBlanc with Team USA

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05/06/2013 - 11:00 AM

Drew LeBlanc ended his hockey career at St. Cloud State University just under two months ago and has already been a member of two other organizations.


The senior co-captain signed with the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL shortly after winning the Hobey Baker in April. He played two games with the organization prior to the NHL Playoffs beginning. LeBlanc is not eligible to play in the post-season since he was signed after the trade deadline.


However, LeBlanc has found yet another team to play with. He is currently participating and finding success with Team USA in their pursuit of a World Cup in Helsinki, Finland. In the first game of competition LeBlanc notched two assists that helped lift the USA over Austria 5-3 on Saturday. Team USA then went on to play Latvia Sunday, winning 4-1. The next game is slated for tomorrow (Tuesday) against Russia. Team USA will continue to play in search of a Gold medal through the next couple weeks. Follow Husky hockey even in the off season on our Twitter account.

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Sports Schedule

  • Men's Hockey vs University of Minnesota
    Oct 31, 2014 - 7:37
  • Huskies Football vs Bemidji State University
    Nov 01, 2014 - 1:00
  • Men's Hockey vs University of Minnesota
    Nov 01, 2014 - 7:07

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