03/19/2015 - 5:30 AM
The KVSC Sports Department will be at the Husky Dome tonight for the St. Cloud State softball game against Jamestown College. The Huskies enter the game with a 12-9 overall record having won 7 of their last 9 games. The Jimmies are 10-8 on the season thus far.
You can listen to the game live on the KVSC Sports Stream starting at 6pm. You can access the stream by clicking here.
03/17/2015 - 9:00 AM
Tune in this weekend as the KVSC sports crew will cover the St. Cloud State men's hockey team at the NCHC Frozen Faceoff tournament at the Target Center in Minneapolis. SCSU will square off with #1 University of North Dakota on Friday in the semi-finals of the tournament. Puck drop ist at 4:07 with a pregame show from Husky Studios at 3:30. If SCSU wins on Friday night, they will play in Frozen Faceoff Championship at 7pm on Saturday night. If SCSU losses on Friday night, they will play in the 3rd place game at 3:30.
The Huskies are looking to make their third straight NCAA regional. SCSU must win at least one game to secure a spot in the the 16 team tournament. Follow along all weekend long at KVSCHockey for updates.
03/16/2015 - 5:05 AM
The SCSU Huskies wrestling took to the mat this weekend in St. Louis Missouri and captured the schools first ever NCAA National Championship. SCSU collected 84.5 points outpacing Nebraska-Kearney who was 2nd with 76.5 points. The Huskies were led by National Champion Tim Prescott. After losing twice this season and against T.J. North of Augustana, Prescott would finally have his revenge in St. Louis, defeating North and was crowned the national champion at 125 pounds. SCSU also had five All American wrestlers and had six wrestlers compete at the tournament.
Congrats to Steve Costanzo and his staff on a championship season. If you would like to celebrate the Huskies victory feel free to stop by the Atwood lounge at 2PM Tuesday afternoon.
03/16/2015 - 4:32 AM
For the first time in the history of the NCHC, St. Cloud State will be participating in the Frozen Faceoff. After being upset last year by Miami, the Huskies were able to make it to the Target Center this year by pulling off an upset of their own. After being given the 6th seed in the NCHC Tournament, they traveled to the 3rd-seeded Omaha to take on the Mavericks, whom they swept at home this season. David Morley would score both goals on Friday for the Huskies, who won in double overtime, 2-1. Austin Ortega would chip in the lone goal for the Mavericks, shorthanded. Charlie Lindgren was strong in net, stopping 45 shots, including 16 in the overtime periods. It was their first double overtime win since they beat Northern Michigan back in 2010, 4-3 and their first multiple overtime game since falling to Duluth 3-2 in 3 OT's.
On Saturday, the Huskies would get the scoring started early again with a Power Play goal from Morley off a redirected Ben Storm shot. In the 2nd period, Senior Joey Rehkamp would find Nick Oliver in front of the net and bank it home in front of Kirk Thompson. Omaha would attempt a comeback bid with Grant Gallo scoring on the Power Play with 3:15 left to go in the game, but Joey Benik would score just 40 seconds later and that would seal the deal. Huskies sweep the Mavericks, 2-1 and 3-1. The Huskies will move on to the Target Center of Friday to play the University of North Dakota. They will also play on Saturday, but who they will play is to be decided.
03/16/2015 - 2:40 AM
The St. Cloud State softball team has been at the National Training Center in Clermont, Florida since March 6th. 11 games were played and the Huskies went 7-4 over that stretch to improve them to 12-9 on the year.
03/03/2015 - 4:00 AM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team struggled on Sunday against Minnesota State Mankato getting pinned 96-74. It’s hard to name the reason that it went south for the Huskies because there were a few areas they struggled in. As a team they committed 15 turnovers, were outrebounded 45-31, and shot 39% from the field and from outside. In addition they allowed 46 points in the paint, 51% shooting from the Mavericks, and gave up 23 free throw attempts.
Individually the Huskies were led in scoring by Scottie Stone who finished with 19 points in 7 of 14 shooting. Jordan Poydras was right behind Stone with 17 points on 5 of 24 shooting. Connor Niehaus went 5 of 9 from the field in his final game as a Husky and had 13 points. Eddie Alcantara rounded out the Huskies in double figures with a 10 points, 9 rebound performance.
The Mavericks finished with 6 players in double figures.
The Huskies finish the season with an 18-12 record (13-9 in NSIC) which marks the 20th straight season that the program has posted a winning record.
We here at KVSC want to say goodbye to their senior class for both the women’s and men’s basketball teams. We want to wish Carley Jeffrey, Eva Lampert, James Fort, Kevin Levandoski, Connor Niehaus, and Derrick Boone the best of luck both academically and beyond! We’re honored to have been able to cover your games this season.
Husky Women's basketball to face Sioux Falls in first-round of NSIC Tournament for 2nd straight seas
02/24/2015 - 12:00 PM
The St. Cloud State women’s basketball team (11-11 in NSIC) hosts the University of Sioux Falls (13-9 in NSIC) in the opening round of the NSIC tournament for the second year in a row. The only other time these teams met the Cougars won 71-48. It should be noted that the Huskies were without Lexy Petermann in that contest.
The key players for the Huskies will be Lexy Petermann and Chelsea Nooker. Petermann leads the team in scoring at 14.2 ppg while Nooker leads the team in steals (2.0) and blocks (0.7). The keys to the Huskies victory are pretty clear cut: they need to contain Cougars’ shooters (allow 44.4% shooting from the field as a team, 14th in NSIC), they need to convert on the turnovers they force (have 3rd best turnover margin in conference), and they need to slow down Taylor Varsho (17 points, 16 rebounds in last meeting with Huskies).
The Cougars need to continue to dominate the boards (best rebounding team in the NSIC), establish a presence inside the paint (3rd in conference in blocks), and they need to get off to a good start to quiet the Cloud Crazies. They are led in scoring, passing, and steals by Taylor Varsho (13.0 ppg, 3.9 apg, 1.9 spg). Sam Knect leads the team in rebounding, blocks, and field goal percentage (7.6 rpg, 2.0 bpg, 53% FG).
The game tips off on Wednesday at 6pm in Halenbeck Hall and can be heard live on your sports alternative 88.1 FM KVSC.
02/24/2015 - 12:00 PM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team (17-11, 13-9 NSIC) hosts Southwest Minnesota State University (12-16, 8-14 NSIC) Wednesday in the first-round of the NSIC Tournament. The only meeting between these two squads this season occurred on January 30th in Marshall, Minnesota. St. Cloud State strolled to a 76-55 win.
In order to get the victory again the Huskies must contain SMSU shooters and seeing as how they have the NSIC’s best three-point shooting defense they are more than capable of doing that.
On the Mustangs side of things, they will need to find a way to shake free of St. Cloud’s perimeter defense and finish with respectable shooting percentages (SMSU shot 38% FG, 31% 3PT, 41% FT in January 30th game).
St. Cloud State is led in several categories by Jordan Poydras (19.9 ppg, 4.3 apg, 1.5 spg). Scottie Stone will be a player to watch as well since he is shooting 45% from the field and from downtown.
The Mustangs are led in scoring by Joey Bartlett (13.6 ppg). Bartlett also leads the team in three-point percentage at 38%.
The game tips off on Wednesday at 8pm in Halenbeck Hall and can be heard live on your sports alternative 88.1 FM KVSC.
Husky men's basketball splits in final weekend of regular season; To face SMSU in first-round of NSI
02/23/2015 - 5:00 AM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team split last weekend beating Minot State University 93-85 on Friday before falling to the University of Mary on Saturday 87-82.
Jordan Poydras led the Huskies with another 30 point performance (his 4th 30 point game of the season). Scottie Stone (22), Eddie Alcantara (15), and Donnell Cegers (10) also finished in double figures for the Huskies.
As a team the Huskies shot 55% from the field and 50% from beyond the arc.
Minot State was led in scoring by Tyler Rudolph (22) who finished 10 of 16 from the field. As a team the Beavers shot 47% from the field and from outside.
Poydras again paced the Huskies in Saturday’s loss with 27 points. Connor Niehaus (14), Cegers (13), and Alcantara (10) rounded out the Huskies in double figures.
As a team the Huskies shooting percentages dropped to 41% from the field and 29% from downtown. They went 24 of 31 (77%) from the charity stripe.
Jaycob Velasco led the Marauders with 16 points and he hit three big threes in the second half to help hold off the Huskies.
With the split St. Cloud State finishes the year 17-11 overall and 13-9 in the NSIC. The record gives them the 3rd seed in the North Division and they will face Southwest Minnesota State University (12-16, 8-14) at Halenbeck Hall in the first round of the NSIC Tournament.
02/19/2015 - 11:30 AM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team comes into the final weekend of regular season play with a 12-8 record in conference (won 5 of last 6 games). They are currently 3rd in the NSIC North Division standings trailing 2nd seeded Northern State University by just one game.
This weekend the Huskies match up with Minot State University (9-11 NSIC) Friday at 8pm and the University of Mary (6-14 NSIC) on Saturday at 6pm.
Minot State University is led in scoring by Everett Robinson (13.2) and Thomas Korf (12.2). As a team they average 74.6 ppg and allow 75.3 ppg. They shoot .467 from the field and .390 from beyond the arc.
The University of Mary is led in scoring by Marquealis Edwards at 12.5 ppg. As a team the Marauders average 71.2 ppg and allow 75.3 ppg to opponents. They shoot .464 from the field and .362 from downtown.
St. Cloud State is led in scoring by Jordan Poydras who broke the 1,000 point threshold earlier in the year. Poydras averages 19.2 ppg on .417 shooting from the field this season. As a team the Huskies put up 81.2 ppg and allow 74.1 ppg. The Huskies currently have the NSIC best perimeter shooting defense only allowing opponents to convert .332 of their shots from outside.
Both games this weekend can be heard live on the KVSC Sports Stream. Daniel Papp and Dante Smith will have the calls. Go to kvsc.org/sports to find out where to listen.
02/12/2015 - 12:00 PM
Congratulations to the St. Cloud State Wrestling team as they are the new number one team in the nation in the latest NCAA coaches poll. The Huskies own a 14-2 overall record this season and are 5-0 inside the N-S-I-C as of February, 15.
SCSU has five wrestlers ranked in the top five individually including; junior Clint Poster #1 at the 157-pounds, junior Gabe Fogarty #2 at 165-pounds, junior Austin Goergen #3 at 285-pounds, Josh Howk #4 at 141 pounds and sophomore Mike Rhone #5 at 133-pounds.
The latest coaches poll can be by clicking here.
01/12/2015 - 12:35 PM
The St. Cloud State University Women’s basketball program fell to Minnesota Crookston 91-68 on Friday. It was their worst loss of the season and their first loss at Halenbeck Hall.
Lexy Petermann put up a team-high 14 points in the loss while Betsy MacDonald and Andrea Thomas each chipped in 12 of their own. As a team the Huskies shot 37.5% from the field and 25% from beyond the three-point line.
However the big story of the evening was the Golden Eagles’ shooting percentage. As a team Crookston shot 53% from the field and from downtown. They also finished 19-23 from the charity stripe (83%). Alexa Thielman led the team in scoring with 22.
On Saturday, the Huskies were riding a 3 game losing streak as they took the floor against the Bemidji State Beavers. In the first half it looked as if the Huskies would again falter at home as they fell behind 30-21 heading into the break.
BSU’s Sierra Senske caught fire in the first half and scored 10 points on 5-7 shooting. In the second half the Huskies, led by the revitalized defense of Karissa LeCaptain, shackled Senske. She did finish with 17 points in the game, but only shot 2-7 from the field in the final frame.
The Husky offense (which shot a dreadful 25% from the field in the first period) came alive mid-way through the second half. They drained 16 of 30 shots including 4 three-pointers, leading them to a 40-25 second half rally and a 61-55 victory.
The Huskies are now 10-4 (6-4 NSIC) and host Augustana College (Friday 6pm) and Wayne State College (Saturday 4pm) at Halenbeck Hall next weekend. You can hear Friday’s game on your sports alternative KVSC 88.1 FM & HD, St. Cloud. Saturday’s action will be live on the Sports Stream. To listen head to KVSC.org/sports and click on the Sports Stream link.
12/17/2014 - 12:55 PM
The St. Cloud State Women’s basketball team broke into the USA Today Sports Division II Top 25 women’s basketball coaches’ poll on December 16th. After going 8-0 (5-0 NSIC) out of the chute, the Huskies are ranked #21 in the country. They received 146 votes in the latest poll which can be viewed in its entirety from the link below.
The last time the Huskies were ranked was January 2nd, 2007 when they came in at #22.
When asked about the rankings women’s basketball head coach Lori Fish said, “Polls and rankings are nice, but talk to me in February because that’s when it means something. Really the Regional rankings are the big deal because that’s what helps you get into the national tournament. As far as the rankings right now, it’s nice because it recognizes that our players are working really hard and doing well.”
The start has also given the Huskies recognition in the Central Region Media Poll. Until this week, the Huskies had been unranked, after the upset victory over Northern State, they’re now ranked 8th with 6 points.
The last time that the Huskies began the season 8-0 was the 2005-06 season, in which they jumped out to a 17-0 start, finished 29-5, and went all the way to the NCAA Elite Eight semifinals.
This weekend the Huskies are headed to the Romano Gymnasium in Duluth to take on the Bulldogs for the second time this season. The last time the squads met was November 29th at Halenbeck Hall. The Huskies won 81-67.
They were led in scoring by Karissa LeCaptain (20), Carley Jeffrey (14), Lexy Petermann (14), and Betsy MacDonald (13).
Lexy Petermann and Nichole Wittman each grabbed 10 rebounds for the Huskies to help them gain a 42-40 edge in that department. They finished with 21 second chance points while forcing 21 turnovers that turned into 19 points.
Leading the way for the Bulldogs in scoring was Danielle Flood. She finished 8 of 17 from the field and 5 of 6 from the free throw line for 22 points.
The game will tipoff at 2pm on Saturday and can be heard live on your sports alternative KVSC; 88.1 FM & HD St. Cloud. Daniel Papp will be doing play-by-play.
12/16/2014 - 12:25 PM
The St. Cloud State University Women’s basketball team put their undefeated streak on the line against MSU-Moorhead and #3 NSU this weekend. And they showed up to play both nights, beating MSU 79-62 on Friday and NSU 62-54 on Saturday.
Led by Chelsea Nooker (18) and Karissa LeCaptain (16) the Huskies lit up the scoreboard with a 52% shooting performance as a team on Friday. They scored 27 points off of 21 MSU turnovers (compared to 5 points off turnovers for MSU) and 31 points off the bench. They also started to knock down their free throws (83%) like their capable of doing.
MSU was led by senior Meghan Roehrich who finished 5 of 13 from the field for 15 points.
The big game of the weekend though, was the Huskies hosting the #3 team in America, the Northern State University Wolves. Coming into the game the Wolves were averaging over 46 rebounds per game as a team (about 10 more than SCSU).
The Huskies managed to keep the rebounds under control and finished the game with a 37-36 edge in that department. They were outshot from the field by 6% (40% NSU, 34% SCSU) but drilled 7 more threes than the Wolves to go along with 5 more free throw conversions which helped to keep them in the game.
The Huskies were led by Lexy Petermann (17) and Chelsea Nooker (11), but also got some big contributions from Kyli Van Klei off the bench. Van Klei finished with 10 points, 5 rebounds, and a block off the bench.
With the wins the Huskies improve to 8-0 on the season (5-0 NSIC) and will next be in action in Duluth against the Bulldogs on December 20th. Tipoff is scheduled for 2pm and the games will be live on the KVSC Sports Stream. Just go to KVSC.org/sports to find where to listen.
12/02/2014 - 11:22 AM
The St. Cloud State University Men’s Basketball team reached the century mark on the scoreboard for the first time since February 6th, 2010 when they beat the Beavers of Bemidji State 107-71. 1179 fans came to Halenbeck Hall tonight to watch the Huskies steamroll their way to a 102-48 victory over the Crossroads College Knights of Rochester, Minnesota.
The Huskies had 6 players score in double-figures led by Chuckie Smith who notched a career-high 17 points in the game. Freshmen Andy Foley and Jon Averkamp each set new seasons highs with 11 and 10 points respectively. Rounding out the players in double figures were Scottie Stone (12), James Fort (10) and Donnell Cegers (10).
As a team the Huskies scored 70 bench points! A couple of other season records set by the team tonight include: points in the paint (46), second chance points (34), fast break points (10), three-point field goals made (9), and three-point percentage (.391).
However it wasn’t just in the score column that the Huskies shined. They also set a new season-high in assists as a team with 19 and out-rebounded the Knights 58-26. On top of that they picked the Knights’ pockets 11 times and turned away 5 shot attempts.
All of these stats contributed to the seriously lopsided final score.
With the win the Huskies improve to 4-2 on the year and will next travel to face undefeated Bemidji State (5-0) on Friday and UM-Crookston on Saturday. They next return to Halenbeck Hall on Friday, December 12th against MSU-Moorhead at 8pm.Page [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >> ]
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