11/23/2015 - 5:10 AM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team split at home last weekend, falling in a nail biter to cross-town rival St. John’s 83-80 and defeating Mayville State 88-73.
Scottie Stone got his groove back immediately against St. John’s putting up 22 shots, 11 of them coming from beyond the arc en route to recording 24 points in the loss.
As a team the Huskies hit 50% from the field and drained 7 three pointers, but allowed the Johnnies to connect on 59% of their shots, which turned out to be too much to overcome.
The Huskies responded to Friday’s loss well on Saturday by dominating the first half against Mayville State. They held a 45-31 lead at intermission while shooting 48% from the field and out-rebounded Mayville 23-15.
The second half was much more competitive. St. Cloud State would go up by 21 points midway through the period, but Mayville came storming back and got within 4 points of the Huskies with 4 minutes remaining. Scottie Stone and Gage Davis would close the door on the Comets with three, threes over the next couple minutes to extend the Huskies lead to 13 at 84-71.
St. Cloud State eventually won by a final of 88-73 to pick up their first victory of the season.
The Huskies host Northland College at Halenbeck Hall on this Tuesday at 7 p.m.
11/19/2015 - 2:15 AM
This weekend the #7 St Cloud State Huskies (8-2-0) host the #4 University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks (7-1-2) at the Brooks-Center. Both SCSU and UND are undefeated in NCHC play at 4-0.
The Huskies are coming off a sweep last weekend and have a four-game winning streak coming into this weekend. For their efforts Joey Benik & Ethan Prow were named offensive and defensive player of the week by the NCHC. Prow dressed last weekend for the first time in a month and helped wake up the Huskies power play. Benik was also named first star of the week by the NCAA, the second time a Huskies player earned said award.
Puck drop on Friday is at 7:37 and 7:07 on Saturday. Both games can be heard on 88.1FM-KVSC. Follow along on twitter at KVSC-hockey for updates throughout the weekend.
11/19/2015 - 12:45 PM
It’s the St. Cloud State men’s basketball home opener this weekend as they host St. John’s University and Mayville State in the Husky Hoopster Classic at Halenbeck Hall.
The Huskies (0-2) take on cross-town rival St. John’s for the 111th time on Friday at 8pm. The Huskies have dominated the Johnnies of late but did fall at St. John’s last season by a final score of 73-70. The Huskies were led in scoring by Donnell Cegers and James Fort who finished with 16 and 14 respectively. Neither player is on the active roster this season. The game will be the first for St. John’s this season.
On Saturday the Huskies host Mayville State at 6pm. The Huskies faced Mayville State in the Husky Hoopster Classic back in 2013-14 topping them 88-56. Scottie Stone is the only player left on the active roster that faced Mayville State. He scored 10 points on four of ten shooting in the victory.
This weekend is the start of a three game home stand for the Huskies before starting their NSIC schedule on the road against Minnesota-Duluth on November 28th.
11/18/2015 - 12:45 PM
11/17/2015 - 2:35 AM
Joey Benik and Ethan Prow were named NCHC players of the week in the St Cloud State Huskies sweep over the Western Michigan University Broncos last weekend. Benik was named the NCHC Offensive Player of the Week and was also named number one star by the NCAA. The senior from Andover, Minnesota had five goals over the weekend with four of them coming on Saturday's 11-1 route of the Broncos. Benik was the first player since 2002 to score four goals in a single game
Prow dressed in his first game since suffering an upper body injury in October and helped wake up the Huskies power play. St Cloud's captain had five points which included three assists on Friday's 5-2 win and scored his first goal of the season on Saturday.
11/16/2015 - 12:40 PM
The St. Cloud State women’s basketball team destroyed the Jill’s of Northland College in exhibition play at Halenbeck Hall last weekend by a final of 81-46. Lexy Petermann got the Huskies on the board fifteen seconds into the match and the Huskies would hold the lead for the remainder of the game. They jumped out to a 19-1 lead in the first quarter before Northland finally got their legs underneath them, finishing the quarter on an 8-6 run.
By halftime, the Huskies held a 53-24 edge while shooting 50% from beyond the arc. They would struggle in the third quarter and actually be outscored 14-12 during that period, but rebounded in the fourth frame allowing only 8 points to the Jill’s. The Huskies were led in scoring by senior forward Kyli Van Klei who finished with 13 on 5 of 6 shooting. Van Klei was the only Huskies player to score in double figures.
The Huskies are on the road this weekend for the 2015 Fort Hays State Tournament. They will return home on November 25th to take on South Dakota School of Mines and Technology at 6pm.
11/16/2015 - 12:40 PM
The St. Cloud State volleyball team fell to #3 Northern State University 3-0 last Friday and Minnesota-Moorhead 3-1 on Saturday. With the losses the Huskies season officially comes to a close. They finish with a 9-19 overall record and a 5-15 NSIC mark, both improvements on last season’s 7-21 overall record and 1-19 in conference mark.
The Huskies also dedicated the weekend to honoring the seniors that graduated including: Sophie Jaskulske, Kellan Flynn, Allison Butler, Brianne Stamer, and Rachel Burke.
Rachel Burke finishes her career 15th all-time in the Huskies record books in Reception Percentage at .916.
Allison Butler is 2nd in service attempts and recorded over 100 aces in her career.
Kellan Flynn is 9th in blocks assisted with 240 and 10th in total blocks with 296.
Sophie Jaskulske recorded career highs in kills (19), blocks (5), and blocks assisted (5) during her senior campaign.
Brianne Stamer is the all-time leading digger in the Huskies record books (1895 in her career) and also led the NSIC in digs in her senior campaign while being selected to the All-NSIC Second Team. She also ranks 1st all-time in digs per set (4.8) and serving percentage (.985).
11/12/2015 - 2:40 AM
The Huskies women’s hockey team will be in action this weekend against Minnesota State-Mankato for a WCHA matchup. These two teams are very familiar with each other not only on the ice but also off.
This offseason the Mavericks brought in former Huskies head coach Jeff Giesen as an associate head coach and former assistant SCSU men’s hockey coach John Harrington as their new head coach. The Huskies are 3-7 overall and the Mavericks come in with a 2-9-1 record.
Friday's puck drop is at 7:07 and the game can be heard on the KVSC Sports Stream. You can click here to access the stream. Saturdays puck drop is at 3:07 with the game being heard on stretch internet on SCSU huskies dot com.
11/10/2015 - 2:45 AM
The Huskies volleyball team split on the road last weekend. After holding a 4-0 lead in the fifth set against the University of Mary on Friday, the Huskies surrendered a 15-4 run, scoring three of their four points as a result of unforced UMary errors.
The Minot State Beavers also posed a great challenge for the Huskies. After sweeping Minot State earlier in the year, the Beavers pushed the Huskies to five sets before falling 15-11. The victory over Minot State snapped a nine match losing streak for the Huskies.
The Huskies are now 9-17 on the year (5-13 NSIC) and will host #3 Northern State University at Halenbeck Hall Friday at 7pm and Minnesota-Moorhead on Saturday at 4pm.
11/04/2015 - 12:20 PM
The St. Cloud State volleyball team hits the road this weekend to take on the University of Mary and Minot State. The Huskies swept both teams at Halenbeck Hall earlier this season, but they’re the last victories the Huskies have tallied at home.
The University of Mary (10-15, 5-11 NSIC) split last weekend at home, defeating Sioux Falls in five sets on Friday and falling to #2 Southwest Minnesota State in four sets on Saturday.
Minot State (3-20, 0-16 NSIC) has continued to struggle through the season and are riding a 19 match losing streak coming into the weekend.
The Huskies are also struggling coming into the road trip having lost their last 8 matches, but 6 of those losses came to ranked opponents. The last time the Huskies faced an unranked opponent they forced the Upper Iowa Peacocks to a five set thriller.
The Huskies will round out the season at Halenbeck Hall the following weekend against #4 Northern State and Minnesota-Moorhead.
11/02/2015 - 4:35 AM
It took all of 16 seconds for the St. Cloud State Football team to strike first in a dominating 59-21 win over divisional rival MSU Moorhead. A 96-yard Vance Barnes kick return at the start of the game would be a sign of things to come as the Huskies performed nearly flawlessly in all three phases of the game. The defense would notch five sacks and force four interceptions, including two by Jerry Ducksworth III.
The Huskies offense also continued its hot streak with Jameson Parsons gaining 163 yards along with two touchdowns, including a 66-yard bomb from QB Nate Meyer in the 2nd quarter.
With the win the Huskies improve to 5-4 on the season and play Northern State University in their home finale this Saturday.
11/02/2015 - 4:30 AM
The St. Cloud State Huskies volleyball team (8-16, 4-12 NSIC) failed to break their losing streak at Halenbeck Hall last weekend. They fell in a five set thriller to Upper Iowa on Friday and in straight sets to #24 Winona State on Saturday.
In the end, the key aspect of both games turned out to be hitting. The Huskies were held to a less than impressive .110 mark against Upper Iowa and an abysmal -.019 against the Warriors on Saturday.
Despite the low levels of efficiency the Huskies did have some bright spots to take away from the weekend, including Shannon Klink’s bounce back performance. After hitting in the negatives in both matches on the road the previous weekend, Klink bounced back with 10 kills against Upper Iowa. Sophie Jaskulske and Macy Weller joined Klink with double-figure kills on Friday as well.
The Huskies will hit the road this weekend for rematches with the University of Mary on Friday and Minot State on Saturday. The Huskies swept both opponents at Halenbeck Hall earlier this season.
11/02/2015 - 1:40 AM
The St Cloud State men's hockey team opened NCHC conference play by sweeping Miami-Ohio University over the weekend. On Friday, the Huskies never trailed in their 3-0 victory over the Redhawks. Freshman Patrick Newell earned his first collegiate points with two goals in the win. St Cloud’s defense was superb allowing just 15 shots on net with junior goaltender Charlie Lindgren posting his fourth shutout of the season.
Miami netted the first goal on Saturday night and held a 1-0 lead heading into the first intermission. However, St Cloud rallied back with three goals in the second period with goals by freshman Mikey Eyssimont, sophomore Patrick Russell and senior Kallie Kossila. Charlie Lindgren was once again rock soilid, making 33 saves in the 3-1 win.
With the wins, St Cloud is 6-2 overall and 2-0 in conference play. After the sweep St Cloud is ranked tenth in the latest national polls. SCSU is off this weekend.
10/29/2015 - 9:00 AM
It’s a rematch for the Huskies volleyball team on Friday as they host Upper Iowa University. The last time these two teams met the Huskies fell by a 15-7 5th set final. Both teams showed up offensively (both hit above .240 for the match), but the Huskies sputtered in the final set committing as many attacking errors as they had kills.
Upper Iowa’s Jennifer Mundt was also a big factor in the match as she recorded her season high in kills with 29.
On Saturday the Huskies will face yet another top 25 opponent (their sixth in the last eight matches) when they host No. 24 Winona State University. The Warriors have won their last 5 matches and are now 14-7 on the year (8-6 NSIC). The Warriors lead all NSIC teams in kills/set this season.
Friday’s match is set to start at 7pm at Halenbeck Hall and first serve on Saturday is at 4pm.
10/29/2015 - 5:00 AM
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