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Huskies Slay Dragons, Earn third win of 2014

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10/20/2014 - 1:15 PM

Huskies Slay Dragons, Earn third win of 2014
Credit: SCSU Athletics

When the St. Cloud State football team has won this season, they have done so in convincing fashion. Saturday was no different as the Huskies topped the Minnesota State - Moorhead Dragons 55-27 in Moorhead. 

The Huskies started off a little slow as they only lead 20-14 at halftime, but when the second half hit, the Huskies stepped up their game on both sides of the ball. The Huskies outscored the Dragons 35-14 in the second half as Quarterback Nate Meyer was outstanding, compiling 3 total touchdown's in the second half to go with the 2 he had in the first half. 

At the end of the day, Meyer threw for 347 yards, and 4 touchdowns, by far his best performance as a Husky. Meyer added 52 yards on the ground and 1 rushing touchdown. The Huskies will be on the road once again next week as they take on Northern State in Aberdeen, South Dakota. 

Husky Men's Hockey Splits with Colgate

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10/13/2014 - 10:00 AM

Husky Men's Hockey Splits with Colgate
Credit: SCSU Athletics

 Following a record setting performance in an exhibition matchup against Trinity Western, the St. Cloud State Men's Hockey team was looking to continue that success in a weekend series against the fifth ranked Colgate Raiders. 

Friday started with SCSU and Colgate skating evenly until the Raiders busted open the scoring in the first period by sending two pucks past Charlie Lindgren. The second period was a bit more friendly for the Huskies as they cut the lead in half when Joey Benik found the net on the powerplay. The Cardinal and Black couldn't hang on as the Raiders added one more goal to capture the 3-1 win over the Huskies. Head Coach Bob Motzko said his team came out "flat footed" on Friday and the speed was a factor. 

Saturday was a much different story for the Huskies as they appeared to adjust to the speed and capitalize on more opportunities. 12 minutes into the first period, junior Jonny Brodzinski scored the first of his three goals on the night as the Huskies flexed their offensive muscle. Brodzinski continued his scoring with just a couple of minutes left in the first period as he sent a shot past Colgate goaltender Charlie Finn on the powerplay with a little help on the assist from Joey Benik. The third goal for Brodzinski came in the third period and needed to be overturned from its original no goal ruling. 

The Huskies go to 1-1 on the season and will have a bye this weekend before hitting the road to take on defending national champion Union. Click here to listen to Bob Motzko and Jonny Brodzinski's comments following the Saturday victory. 

Husky Grapplers Back To The Grind For Another Season On The Mat

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10/02/2014 - 3:00 PM

The St. Cloud State University wrestling team is ready for yet another season under the lights of Halenbeck Hall as the Black and Red Classic is slated for November 6.

However, the team has been going after the weights and constantly drilling since school began in September.

19 new faces walked into the wrestling room this September with goals of improving last year's 6th place finish at the National Championships last March. The finish is the lowest Head Coach Steve Costanzo and his crew have seen on the national stage since placing 7th in 2010.

Falling short of the coveted 1st place accolade has not only sparked returning wrestlers but new faces also. Tim Prescott, a JUCO transfer from Neosho County Community College describes the reasons why he picked St. Cloud and how his goals match the Huskies way of wrestling.

Ending his career as a Husky this year will be senior captain and Missouri native Josh Howk. Howk has been an asset to the dual team the last couple of years but has much more planned for his last year on the mat as he tells Broadcast/Social Media Coordinator of Husky Wrestling John O. Peterson.

The Huskies will start off the regular slate November 8 as they travel to the Harold Nichols/Cyclone Open in Ames, Iowa. The annual Black and Red scrimmage dual will be two days before in Halenbeck Hall.

All of the duals will be broadcasted live on the KVSC Sports Stream.

Sports Schedule

  • Men's Hockey vs University of Minnesota
    Oct 31, 2014 - 7:37
  • Huskies Football vs Bemidji State University
    Nov 01, 2014 - 1:00
  • Men's Hockey vs University of Minnesota
    Nov 01, 2014 - 7:07

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