09/28/2015 - 4:20 AM
The St. Cloud State Volleyball team has a very tough weekend as they traveled to face Minnesota State-Moorhead and still undefeated Northern State. The Huskies would fall in 3 sets in both matches and errors seem to be the issue that the Huskies just haven’t been able to shake ever since the start of the NSIC schedule.
Against the Moorhead Dragons the Huskies 25 attacking errors, 6 serving errors, 5 receiving errors, and 2 blocking errors. Total it all up and you get WAY too many errors to come out with a win on the road against a very tough team. These errors were also the primary reason for the Huskies’ low hitting percentage against the Dragons (.084). As a team the Huskies had only 4 players end with a positive hit percentage in the game led by Marissa Kline (.500) and Kellan Flynn (.316). They had 3 players end with negative hit percentages.
The story against Northern State was pretty much the same as the Huskies finished with 17 attacking errors and a hitting percentage of .074.
After the weekend the Huskies are now 5-8 on the year (1-4 in NSIC), on a 4 match losing streak, and coming home to host Minot State University (3-9, 0-5 in NSIC). First serve is set for 7pm on Friday and can be heard live on the KVSC Sports Stream. Just go to KVSC.org/sports to find out where to listen.
09/21/2015 - 5:15 AM
The St. Cloud State Husky Volleyball team fell to the Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagles in 3 sets last Saturday and the primary reason for it was errors. The Huskies had 8 kills and 7 errors in the first set leading to a 25-13 defeat.
St. Cloud State returned to the form they displayed in the NSIC opener in the 2nd set, hitting for .294 and committing just 4 errors. The Golden Eagles still won the 2nd set 25-22, but the Huskies were within a couple of points throughout the majority of the set.
Unfortunately, the 3rd set saw the Huskies commit a match-high 8 errors while falling 25-19.
Rachel Burke once again led the way in kills for the Huskies with 9. Allison Butler also had a nice game, ending with 24 assists on the night.
The Huskies will travel to face #1 Minnesota Duluth on Tuesday. The match will begin at 7pm.
09/21/2015 - 5:00 AM
09/21/2015 - 4:55 AM
The St Cloud State soccer team defeated Minnesota State University-Moorhead 4-0 on Sunday afternoon, improving to 2-1-2 overall and 1-0-2 inside the NSIC. Naomi Kolhoff scored twice with Maria Kass and Michelle Cornell also netting goals for SCSU. Junior goaltender Brittany Plombon recorded her second straight shutout in the victory.
The Huskies registered 21 shots on net and played a disciplined game committing just one foul. Up next for SCSU is Wayne State this Saturday at Husky Stadium.
09/18/2015 - 2:00 AM
09/17/2015 - 9:54 AM
The Husky Volleyball team (4-4, 0-0 NSIC) has fallen to .500 on the year following the 2015 Upper Iowa Tournament. They open NSIC play against Bemidji State University (2-7, 0-0 in NSIC) at 7 p.m. tonight at Halenbeck Hall.
09/14/2015 - 2:00 AM
09/09/2015 - 1:05 AM
The St Cloud State Volleyball team participated in the Peggy Martin Challenge to kick of their 2015 season. SCSU defeated three out of four teams defeating; Western State Colorado University, University of Illinois-Springfield and Truman State University. Sophie Jaskulske led the way with 30 kills on Saturday. The Huskies only blemish over the weekend was a loss to Central Missouri who is ranked seventh in the nation.
With the wins, SCSU is 3-1 on the season and will travel to Fayette, Iowa to compete in the 2015 Upper Iowa Tournament.
08/18/2015 - 1:10 AM
One year after trying shootouts to decide who receives an extra conference point, the NCHC conference have announced a new wrinkle to overtime rules and policies. If the game still remains tied after playing the traditional five-minute five-on-five overtime, a 3-3 on five-minute overtime has been added. And if nobody has scored after the two five minute periods, the game will go to a shootout.
The winning team in a conference game that scores in the traditional 5-5 overtime still will receive all three points with the losing team receiving none. If the game goes to 3-3 or a shootout, each team will receive at least one point, with the winning team receiving the second point. No matter the outcome of the new situations, it does not affect the PairWise rankings as the game is still considered a tie and the final score of the game will also still reflect a tie in national standings.
Stats in the 3-3 overtime will not count in the conference or national statistics. Non-conference games at NCHC member venues will follow the same overtime protocol upon receiving consent from the visiting non-conference opponent.
08/04/2015 - 12:40 PM
Another St Cloud State baseball player will play professional baseball. Garrett Harrison, a left-handed pitcher who completed his junior season last May has signed a professional contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Harrison was pitching with the Green Bay Bullfrogs in the Northwoods League.
Harrison was 9-0 with a 2.13 ERA this season for the Huskies. There was thought that he would be drafted in June, but after slipping through the draft, the Dodgers offered him a signing bonus of $20,000 and offered to pay for his final year of tuition at SCSU.
The Champlin, Minnesota native reported to Phoenix, Arizona last week after signing his contract. He is now one of 31 players to go on to play professional baseball from SCSU. He is also the fourth player in the last two years under Pat Dolan to turn professional, joining; Mike Jurgella, Kyle Fischer and Sean Boreman.
07/28/2015 - 11:05 AM
SCSU athletics announced earlier this week that they have hired Sam Kettenhofen as the interim head coach for both men’s and women’s track and field teams. Kettenhofen has spent the last two seasons as a graduate assistant with St Cloud State's track and field teams. He is a 2013 graduate of the University of Minnesota. During his time as a gopher he participated in the long jump, 4x100-meter relay and javelin team.
Kettenhofen holds a Level 1 Certification from USA Track and Field. The hiring comes after the previous coach, Erik Hannenburger recently took a job with South Dakota State University.
07/07/2015 - 2:10 AM
On Monday afternoon St. Cloud State Athletics announced that Chad Braegelmann take over as the new head coach of the SCSU Volleyball team. Braegelmann is just the fifth coach in the programs history. He will take over for Michelle Blaser who resigned in April.
Over his last seven seasons at Minnesota-Morris, Braegelmann posted a 129-91 record. His 2013 team at Minnesota-Morris won a share of a conference title and last year the Cougars were 23-12 with a 12-2 conference record. Overall, Braegelmann has coached 14 seasons in college volleyball. He is a native of Richmond, Minnesota and graduated from Rocori High School. Braegelmann also served as the Athletics Discipline Coordinator and as an Assistant Athletic Director at Minnesota-Morris.
"Chad brings a dynamic leadership style to our volleyball program, and has a history of building and sustaining success within his teams," said Athletic Director Haether Weems. "He sets high expectations for his student-athletes and fosters a sense of pride in his programs through performance in the classroom and on the court."
06/08/2015 - 10:55 AM
The St. Cloud State men's hockey team have released their 2015-2016 regular season schedule. SCSU will open their season on October 3 against the University of Alberta at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. The Huskies begin conference play on October 30-31 against Miami-Ohio also at the Brooks-Center.
Non-conference opponents include; Mankato State, Qunnipiac University, The University of Minnesota and Arizona State. The series against the Golden Gophers will be played over Thanksgiving weekend and is tentatively scheduled for November 27 & 29, making it a Friday and Sunday series.
SCSU will also compete in the Kendall Hockey Classic in Alaska and the North Star Cup in St. Paul. The full schedule can be found at SCSUhuskies.com.
05/20/2015 - 11:00 AM
The 2015 St. Cloud State baseball season ended last weekend falling to Henderson State University in the NCAA Central Regional Championships at Joe Faber field in St. Cloud. SCSU hosted the regional and were the top seed in the six team double-elimination tournament. On Friday the Huskies fell in the opening game to the Reddies of Henderson State and had to battle back through the losers bracket.
St. Cloud would end up eliminating three teams in route to the regional championship including NSIC rival Minnesota-State Mankato. With the wins SCSU met Henderson State again in the regional championship and needed to beat the Reddies two times to advance to College World Series. Despite taking a 7-2 lead Henderson State chipped away, eventually tying the game in the eighth inning. Mother Nature continued to plague the tournament as the game was delayed in the ninth inning for two hours due to rain and lightning.
In the bottom of the tenth inning, Henderson State would get a leadoff double and then walked it off for the victory securing a birth to the College World Series and ending the Huskies season. With the loss SCSU finished their 2015 season 54-5, setting a school record for wins in a season. It was the fourth time since 2010 SCSU finished runner-up in a regional.
Reese Gregory, Kyle Lieser and Eric Loxtercamp were named to the Central Region All-Tournament team. St. Cloud will graduate nine seniors that were responsible for two conference championships and three regional appearances.
05/14/2015 - 2:30 AM
Due to rainfall, the first day of the St. Cloud State baseball games at the NCAA Central Regional have been rained out. With the rainout, the game times for the tournament will all move up one day and the Regional will run from Firday-Monday. SCSU will square off with Henderson State on Friday at 7pm.
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