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Self-Inflicted Errors Causes SCSU To Fall To BSU 28-27

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10/26/2015 - 4:40 AM

The St. Cloud State football team would fall to the Bemidji State Beavers in a hotly contested to a tune of 28-27.
 
The Huskies would lose despite gaining 573 total offensive yards, which ranks as the 10th best performance in school history. However it’s fair to say the huskies loss was due to self-inflicted mistakes that include a blocked extra point attempt, and five turnovers including a game sealing muffed punt with under two minutes in the game.
 
St. Cloud State University falls to 4-4 on the season and 2-2 in the NSIC. They return to Husky Stadium Halloween day to take on the MSU Dragons. 
 

 

Men's Hockey Swept by Quinnipiac

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10/26/2015 - 3:55 AM

The St Cloud State men’s hockey team was swept by the Quinnipac University Bobcats this weekend. SCSU came into the weekend undefeated at 4-0 and ranked as high as ninth in the country. On Friday the Huskies got off to a hot start with sophomore Judd Peterson scoring his team leading fourth and fifth goals of the season giving St Cloud a 2-0 lead. Through six games this season, Peterson leads this team in points, goals and shots. But the Bobcats scored five unanswered goals against St Cloud goaltender Charlie Lindgrin and Quinnipiac coasted to a 5-2 victory.

On Saturday, SCSU let loose on 41 shots on net but only lit the lamp once. The Bobcats used a two goal first period and never trailed throughout their 4-1 win over the Huskies. Junior Ben Storm scored the lone goal for St Cloud. Over the final five periods of play this weekend SCSU was outscored 9-1. With the losses St Cloud State is 4-2 on the season and will open conference play this weekend against the University of Miami-Ohio at the Brooks-Center.

Huskies Volleyball Swept On Road

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10/26/2015 - 3:40 AM

 

The St. Cloud State volleyball team fell in straight sets to #4 Concordia and Minnesota State-Mankato last weekend extending their losing streak to 6 matches in a row. The Huskies are now 8-14 on the year (4-10 NSIC).

 

Arguably the biggest reason for the losses was hitting percentage. The Huskies hit -.009 against the Golden Bears and just .117 against the Mavericks. They hit .200 or better in just one set over the course of the weekend. #4 Concordia hit .219 on Friday, Mankato hit .292 on Saturday.

 

The Huskies return to Halenbeck Hall to take on two mid-conference opponents this weekend. Upper Iowa will come to town on Friday; they are 9th in the conference standings with a 7-7 NSIC record. Winona State is tied for 7th in the conference with Mankato at 8-6.

Huskies Volleyball Falls In Straight Sets To #8 UMD

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10/21/2015 - 1:00 AM

The Huskie volleyball team fell in straight sets to #8 Minnesota Duluth at home on Tuesday by scores of 25-15, 25-10, and 25-11.

The match was just as lopsided as the scores would indicate, if not more so. As a team the Huskies failed to record an ace throughout the entirety of the match, they were outblocked 7-1 and out hit by over a .400 margin (Huskies final hit %:  -.052, UMD final hit %: .366).

Shannon Klink and Kellan Flynn led the Huskies offensively with 6 kills apiece. The team will wrap up its 5 match stretch against ranked opponents on the road in #4 Concordia-St. Paul on Friday. They will then finish out the quick weekend road trip in Mankato on Saturday. First serve is set for 7pm and 4pm and Friday and Saturday respectively.

Men's Hockey Sweeps Mankato State

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10/20/2015 - 9:45 AM

Men's Hockey Sweeps Mankato State

The St Cloud State men’s hockey team swept Minnesota State Mankato over the weekend winning 4-0 and 3-0. On Friday St Cloud State used another strong opening period and led 1-0 after David Morley’s goal. Later in the second period freshman Jimmy Schuldt recorded his first collegiate point and the Huskies led 2-0 after two periods. Patrick Russell and Kale Kossila finished the scoring for St Cloud in the third period and Charlie Lindgren was a rock between the pipes posting his second straight shutout this season.

 

The Huskies rode the back of Lindgren again on Saturday cruising to another victory with goals by; Patrick Russell, Robby Jackson and Judd Peterson. Through four games of the regular season Jackson and Peterson have led the way with three goals each. Lindgren posted his third shutout in as many starts making 24 saves in the victory. Lindgren has made three starts this season, making 68 total saves and has allowed zero goals. With the wins St Cloud is 4-0 on the season and travels to Quinnipiac University this weekend.

 

Lindgren Honored With Goalie Of The Week

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10/20/2015 - 11:20 AM

Lindgren Honored With Goalie Of The Week

Charlie Lindgren of the St Cloud State men’s hockey team was named goaltender of the week by the NCHC for his play last weekend against Mankato State. The junior goaltender from Lakeville posted shutouts on Friday and Saturday, helping St Cloud improve to 4-0 on the regular season. On Friday Lindgren stopped 30 shots from the Mavericks and on Saturday he stopped 24 shots for a grand total of 54 saves throughout the weekend while not allowing a single goal.

Coincidentally, Lindgren has actually posted a shutout in all three starts this season as he opened the season with a shutout against Alaska-Fairbanks on October 9th. Through three starts this year, Lindgrin has stopped all 68 shots he has faced. It’s the third time he has won the award, as he the accolade twice last season.

Strong Run Game Leads SCSU past Minot State 42-28 Saturday

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10/19/2015 - 3:40 AM

The St. Cloud State football team defeated NSIC rival Minot State 42-28 Saturday in game that saw SCSU rely heavy on its ground game.
 
After trailing 7-14 heading into halftime the Huskies would come roaring back in the second half behind a 3-headed running attack. St. Cloud State saw three rushers gain over 100 yards on the ground led by redshirt freshman Curtwan Evans, who rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown on the day.
 
The Huskies improve to 4-3 on the season and will hit the road this weekend to face 4-3 Bemidji State who are riding a 4-game winning streak.
 

 

SCSU Football Looks To Get Back On Track Saturday Against Minot State

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10/14/2015 - 6:15 AM

After falling short on the road against division rival UMD, the Huskies return home with a goal of getting back above .500 in conference play against another division rival, Minot State.
 
Nate Meyer and the St. Cloud State offense put up over 500 yards of total offense last weekend and look to turn up the heat against Minot State Saturday.
 
The Beavers are riding high after a picking up their first victory of the season along with the Battle of the Big Lake trophy. The Beavers rely on a hard-nosed running game that gained over 250 yards on the ground.
 
The divisional matchup between the 3-3 Huskies and the 1-5 Beavers is set to kickoff at 1 P.M. on Saturday, October 17.
 
 
 
 

 

St Cloud State Men's Hockey Opens Regular Season

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10/12/2015 - 2:00 AM

St Cloud State Men's Hockey Opens Regular Season

The St. Cloud State men’s hockey team opened their regular season in Anchorage, Alaska over the weekend. The huskies participated in the Kendall Hockey Classic with; The University of Alaska-Anchorage, The University of Alaska-Fairbanks and the University of Arizona. On Friday against Alaska-Anchorage St Cloud got off to a hot start with two goals from Joey Benik and Blake Winiecki. Goaltender Charlie Lindgrin and the St. Cloud defense was superb allowing just 14 shots on net through all three periods. Judd Peterson capped off the scoring with a third period goal and St Cloud cruised to a 3-0 victory


On Saturday the same success carried over from the previous night with the Huskies getting off to another hot start with three goals in the first period against Alaska-Fairbanks. Freshman Robby Jackson who was scratched on Friday night, responded with two of those goals in the first period. Alaska-Fairbanks made it a one-goal game in the second period after netting two second period goals. But the success of the power play for St Cloud State proved to be too much for Fairbanks with the Huskies getting three goals in the third period, two of them on the power play. With the wins St Cloud finished first place in the tournament and captured the Kendall Hockey Classic trophy.


The men’s hockey team is 2-0 in the regular season and return home to the Herb Brooks National Hockey and Event Center this weekend to host Minnesota State-Mankato. Puck drop on Friday is at 7:37 and 7:07 on Saturday. Both games can be heard 88.1FM-KVSC.

Huskies Volleyball Splits On Road; Face #10 Wayne State This Weekend

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10/12/2015 - 1:25 AM

The St. Cloud State Huskies volleyball team split on their road trip last weekend. They would overcome the University of Sioux Falls with a strong 15-5 5th set victory, but fell the next afternoon to #5 Southwest Minnesota State University in straight sets.

The Huskies had four hitters tally double-digits in kills against the Cougars led by Macy Weller and Kellan Flynn with 12 and 11 respectively. Defensively, the team was led by Brianne Stamer with 20 digs and Kellan Flynn who recorded a season high 13 blocks in the match.

St. Cloud State returns to Halenbeck Hall this weekend, where they are currently undefeated on the season (3-0), to face #10 Wayne State on Friday and #20 Augustana on Saturday.

Men's Hockey Opens Season In Alaska

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10/07/2015 - 1:25 AM

Men's Hockey Opens Season In Alaska

This weekend the men’s hockey team opens their 2015-2016 regular season participating in the Kendall Hockey Classic in Anchorage, Alaska. On Friday night St. Cloud faces off with the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with puck drop at 8:07 p.m. central time. On Saturday the Huskies square off University of Alaska-Anchorage with puck drop at 10:07 p.m.


Arizona State University will also be participating with SCSU in the tournament. This weekend will be the first of six non-conference games before conference play begins on October 30 against Miami-Ohio at the Herb Brooks National Hockey and Event Center. Follow along on twitter at KVSC Hockey for everything Huskie hockey related. 

 

Huskies Volleyball Faces 5 Nationally Ranked Teams In Next 6 Matches

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10/07/2015 - 12:00 PM

The St. Cloud State volleyball team (7-8, 3-4 NSIC) is about to begin what could be their toughest stretch of the season. This weekend the team treks over to Sioux Falls (8-8, 0-7 NSIC) to face the Cougars who have yet to win a game in the NSIC this season but is still .500 overall. The Huskies close out the weekend on the road against last year’s national runner up #5 Southwest Minnesota State University (12-3, 5-2 NSIC). The game against SMSU begins a 5 game stretch where the Huskies will be pitted against Top 25 teams.

The good news for the Huskies is that they did gather some momentum at Halenbeck Hall last weekend sweeping both Minot State and the University of Mary. They will need to carry that momentum along with the focus and energy they showed in order to find success on the road this weekend.

The Huskies will return home on October 16th to host #10 Wayne State.

Huskies Volleyball Sweeps Weekend At Halenbeck Hall

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10/05/2015 - 2:30 AM

The St. Cloud State volleyball team got back on track last weekend after sweeping Minot State and the University of Mary to improve to 7-8 overall and 3-4 in conference play.

Rachel Burke again showed up in a big way at home recording 25 kills over the course of the weekend including a match-high 15 kills against Minot State. Macy Weller also found her groove again, pounding the ball to the floor 10 times against the University of Mary.

The Huskies would hold both opponents to below .120 hitting percentages while hitting over .250 in both matches themselves. The team will be on the road this Friday to face the University of Sioux Falls and #5 Southwest Minnesota State University on Saturday. They return to Halenbeck Hall (where they are a perfect 3-0 on the year) on October 16 to take on the #11 Wayne State Wildcats.

Huskies Conquer White Caps

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09/28/2015 - 4:30 AM

 The St Cloud State women’s hockey team rallied past the Minnesota White Caps on Saturday for a 4-3 exhibition win. The White Caps are a professional team, with a handful of WCHA, Olympians and even former Huskies making up the team.

Vanessa Spataro scored the games first goal for SCSU midway though the first period. Katie Fitzgerald started in net for the Huskies, stopping all 16 shots she faced. Eventually she was lifted for Taylor Crosby midway through the second period, with Crosby stopping all shots she faced in the second. The final period was a high scoring one with six goals being scored between the two teams. 

Molly Illikainen, Suvi Ollikainen and Hannah Potrykus all scored for SCSU securing the win for the Huskies. SCSU kicks off their regular season this weekend on the east coast, when they travel to Merrimack University.

SCSU Football Returns To .500 After Strong Rushing Performance Against Winona State

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09/28/2015 - 4:25 AM

 The Huskies returned to the win column last weekend after topping the Winona State Warriors to a score of 31-20.

After facing a 10 point deficit going into the 3rd quarter, St. Cloud State would come charging back led by a dominating run game that picked up over 300 yards on the ground. Leading the way in rushing was sophomore back Jaden Huff with 126 yards on the day to go with 2 touchdowns.

St. Cloud State improves to 2-2 on the season and will be entertaining Minnesota-Crookston at Husky Stadium, Saturday, October 3.
 
 

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