06/15/2010 - 3:00 AM
It appears the Dogg Pound at National Hockey Center won’t be able to reintroduce themselves to former Husky goaltender Jase Weslosky this season after all. After sitting out this past year in order to allow for a transfer to Bemidji State, it appears Weslosky will not play for the Beavers this upcoming season. Bemidji State, who is entering their first year in the WCHA, released their roster for the upcoming season and Weslosky was not one of the three goaltenders listed.
Weslosky left St. Cloud State prior to last year’s campaign after being declared academically ineligible. He played three seasons at St. Cloud State, won 37 games and owns multiple school records.
06/09/2010 - 3:00 AM
The dream of being drafted by a major league team not only came true for Husky pitcher David Deminsky, but he was able to have his name called by his hometown team. The Minnesota Twins selected the senior pitcher in the 44th Round of the MLB Draft on Wednesday with the 1335th selection. Minnesota was one of a number of teams who had expressed interest in the left handed pitcher who just finished up a standout career at St. Cloud State. Deminsky was a leader for the Huskies in their record breaking 2010 season and finished with a personal 9-4 record and 107 strikeouts.
KVSC will have more on this story, so keep it tuned to 88.1 FM and KVSC.org over the coming days.
06/03/2010 - 10:00 AM
The St. Cloud River Bats begin their season tonight in Willmar against SCSU’s Jordan Smith and the Willmar Stingers. The first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 pm. Right-hander Jason Van Skike will be the starter for St. Cloud.
06/01/2010 - 12:00 PM
St. Cloud State has announced four-year contract renewals for head baseball coach Pat Dolan, women’s hockey coach Jeff Giesen, men’s and women’s track and field and cross country coach Seth Mischke and men’s basketball coach Kevin Schlagel.
05/27/2010 - 8:00 AM
Hockey season may be over, but St. Cloud State goaltender Ashley Nixon takes the ice this week as a participant in the prestigious 2010 Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp. The event held by USA Hockey takes place until Sunday in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nixon was among the select group of 12 woman goaltenders, including all three goalies on the 2010 USA Olympic roster, who were selected to take part in the festivities. The Blaine, Minnesota native is headed into her senior season with the Huskies and complied a 13-10-8 record last season for SCSU.
05/27/2010 - 12:00 PM
The St. Cloud River Bats of the Northwoods baseball league announced the signing of six players to temporary contracts for the 2010 season. Bryan Peters, Mike Carroll, Armando Gutierrez, Nick Anderson, Deryk Marks and Matt Lewis have all inked deals to join the Bats this summer.
05/26/2010 - 10:00 AM
St. Cloud State baseball player Jordan Smith has been named to the 2010 Rawlings/American Baseball Coaches Association Division Two All-America third team.
Smith, a freshman outfielder from Wilmar, started all 58 games during his 2010 rookie season. He set team records with a .457 batting average, 96 hits, 15 home runs, and 78 runs batted in.
05/12/2010 - 4:00 AM
The most productive and dominant athletic year continues at St. Cloud State University as the S-C-S-U baseball team has earned a spot in the 2010 N-C-A-A Division II Central Region tournament. The Huskies, charted a 37-15 regular season standard, are ranked fifth in the recent Regional polls and have earned the sixth seed in the tournament. They’re playing game one against New Mexico Highlands (39-11) who are ranked seventh in the nation and first in the central regional polls. This is the first time in head coach Pat Dolan’s career he has played in a regional championship game.
The Huskies will play at 7 P.M on Thursday (today 5/13). Other teams making the tournament from the N-S-I-C conference were #2 seed Minnesota State who will play #5 seed Nebraska- Kearney, while 3# Mesa State will go head to head with #4 seed Winona State at 3 P.M. All games will be in Mountain Time. The tournament is double elimination format and will play through May 16.
Updated tournament details are posted here.
05/03/2010 - 3:30 AM
The St. Cloud State baseball team continues their strong season this week as they take part in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference baseball tournament. The Huskies are the third seed but get the luxury of home field advantage as the tourney is taking place right here in St. Cloud. Tune in Wednesday at 7 pm for the exciting coverage as the Huskies take on the Bulldogs of Minnesota Duluth. It’s Husky playoff baseball on 88.1 fm KVSC and online at kvsc.org!
05/03/2010 - 11:05 AM
The SCSU softball team’s season ended this weekend with four consecutive losses as they were swept by Augustana on Saturday and Wayne State on Sunday. SCSU dropped game one of the Saturday’s double header by a score of 8-1 to the division leading Vikings, and fell 3-2 in extra innings in game two. The Huskies played Wayne State tough on Sunday but lost a pitching duel 1-0 in game one, and dropped the second contest by a score of 3-2. While the results were not what S-C-S-U wanted, they were overshadowed by senior night and by the “Silent No More- Ovarian Cancer Awareness 2010” event that took place Saturday. The Huskies honored junior right fielder Kelly Laas who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer earlier this year. As part of the events, St. Cloud players Lizzy Dwyer and Kelly Olson had their hair cut over 10 inches to donate to “Locks of Love.”
SCSU finished the season with a 21- 27 record under Coach Paula U’Ren and were 8 -18 in the conference.
05/03/2010 - 10:35 AM
The No. 18 ranked St. Cloud State baseball team finished their regular season on a sour note at the hands of Minnesota State. The Mavericks took three of four games from St. Cloud on the weekend, including a two game sweep of SCSU Sunday in Mankato. With their performance on the weekend, Minnesota State was able to claim the NSIC regular season championship. SCSU finished the regular season with an impressive 36-13 record and went 23-9 in the conference. SCSU earned the three seed in this week’s NSIC Tournament where they will be playing Minnesota Duluth at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at Joe Faber Field in St. Cloud. KVSC will provide full coverage of the game online at KVSC.org with Joe Clemence making the call.
04/27/2010 - 11:00 AM
It was a 21-2 beating of Northern State that allowed the Saint Cloud State baseball team to remain in sole possession of first place. The Huskies swept all four games against Northern State and hold a one game lead of first over Winona and Minnesota State in the NSIC.
Saint Cloud improved to 21-5 in conference action with a 34-9 overall mark. The Huskies currently hold a six game lead over Augustana, who is currently the last team out of the playoff picture. With six games remaining in the regular season, Saint Cloud is just one win away from clinching a playoff berth.
Up next for the Huskies is a match-up with Wayne State on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Log on to kvsc.org to listen to the web stream of Husky Baseball and their pursuit of a conference championship.
04/26/2010 - 11:00 AM
Rain moved the location of the Husky baseball games this weekend but that wasn't the only movement St.Cloud saw. After the field conditions moved the weekend series between St. Cloud and Northern State from South to North Dakota, the Huskies moved up to first place in the NSIC conference with three wins.
The Huskies outscored Northern State 36-3 in the three game set and improved to 33-9 overall and 20-5 in the conference. St. Cloud and Northern State will finish their four game set today at a location still to be determined. The Huskies return home Wednesday to host Wayne State.
04/19/2010 - 10:55 AM
The St. Cloud State baseball team played an evenly matched series with Augustana this weekend at Joe Faber Field in St. Cloud. The two teams spilt the four game match-up that saw each club put up 28 runs a piece and each contest was decided by three runs or less.
Jamie Kissel and Logan Birr got the wins for the Huskies this weekend with Joey Benke and Jordan Smith combining for 9 RBI's. St. Cloud finds itself in a tie for fourth place in the NSIC conference with just three series remaining. The Huskies conference record of 15-5 puts them four games ahead of Augustana, who is currently the last team sitting on the outside of the playoff bubble.
Up next for St. Cloud is a match-up with Wayne State on Wednesday in Wayne, Neb.
04/15/2010 - 9:45 AM
Game one saw the Huskies fall behind early 2-0 and unable to get back in the game. Offensively SCSU was led by senior slap hitter Lizzy Dwyer. The Montana native went 2 for 3 from the plate with a run scored.
The Huskies were able to salvage a split with a big 8-6 win in game two. Emily Edgerton led a very strong Husky offense with a 3 for 4 game at the plate and First year Alyssa Roberts had a team high two runs-batted-in. SCSU is now 19-15 overall and 6-6 in the NSIC.
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