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01/28/2015 - 2:45 PM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team will be on the road for the second weekend in a row. Similar to the women’s basketball team they split last weekend against the University of Mary (Won 96-88) and Minot State (Lost 89-97) and will travel to Marshall, Minnesota this Friday for a 8pm tipoff against the 9-11 (5-9 NSIC) Mustangs. The Mustangs are led in scoring by Joey Bartlett at 15.9 ppg.
Saturday, the Huskies will finish their 4 game road trip against the University of Sioux Falls, tipoff is scheduled for 6pm. USF is currently 7-13 overall (4-10 in NSIC) and 10-1 on their home court. The Cougars are led in scoring and rebounding by Charles Ward at 17.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg. Mack Johnson also records 14.7 ppg for the Cougars.
After last weekend’s split the Huskies are now 11-9 on the year (7-7 in the NSIC). They have won 4 of their last 6 games and have been led by Jordan Poydras (who has won 2 NSIC North Player of the Week awards in the last 3 weeks) in scoring at 18.8 ppg (25.0 ppg in last 3 weeks).
The Huskies will be back at Halenbeck Hall on February 6th at 8pm when they host Winona State and February 7th at 6pm against Upper Iowa University. Both games will be on the KVSC Sports Stream. Go to kvsc.org/sports to find out where to listen.
01/28/2015 - 2:30 PM
The St. Cloud State women’s basketball team will be on the road for the second weekend in a row. They split last weekend against the University of Mary (Won 75-66) and Minot State (Lost 64-81) and will travel to Marshall, Minnesota this Friday for a 6pm tipoff against the 2-16 (2-12 NSIC) Mustangs. The Mustangs are led in scoring by Annessa Rosch at 12.4 ppg.
Saturday, the Huskies will travel southwest to Sioux Falls, South Dakota to take on the Cougars, tipoff is scheduled for 4pm. USF is currently 13-5 overall (9-5 in NSIC) and 10-1 on their home court. They are led by Jaicee Ulmer (12.4), Taylor Varsho (11.6), and Sam Knecht (10.7) in scoring.
Since defeating the #3 team in the country, Northern State, on December 13th, 2014 the Huskies have lost 7 of 10 games. The Huskies (now 11-7 overall, 7-7 in NSIC) are led in scoring and rebounding by Lexy Petermann at 15.3 ppg and 7.5 rpg.
The Huskies will be back at Halenbeck Hall on February 6th at 6pm when they host Winona State and February 7th at 4pm against Upper Iowa University. Both games will be on the KVSC Sports Stream. Go to kvsc.org/sports to find out where to listen.
01/28/2015 - 2:00 PM
The #4 St. Cloud State wrestling team is the only team that will be at home this weekend. They will host the University of Mary Friday at 7pm at Halenbeck Hall. The Marauders are currently 1-9 on the season (0-3 in NSIC) and have lost 6 matches straight.
On Saturday (2pm), the Huskies host another NSIC matchup against the Beavers of Minot State University. The Beavers are currently 5-9 on the season (2-1 in NSIC) and beat the University of Regina 46-6 on January 22nd.
#4 St. Cloud State is 11-2 on the year (2-0 in NSIC) and has won 6 matches in a row. They will finish their 5 match home stretch on February 5th against Minnesota State University Moorhead at 7pm in Halenbeck Hall.
Both matches this weekend can be heard live on the KVSC Sports Stream. John Peterson will have the call. Just go to kvsc.org/sports to find out where to listen.
01/27/2015 - 4:00 PM
The St. Cloud State University women’s basketball team came into the weekend having lost 6 of its last 8 games. The split they gained over the weekend keeps them at .500 in conference play (7-7) and tied for 3rd in the NSIC North Standings (Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota Crookston).
On Friday the Huskies overcame the University of Mary 75-66 to break a 2 game losing streak. The Huskies were led in scoring by a resurgent Karissa LeCaptain who finished 8 of 12 from the field with 18 points. Chelsea Nooker returned to action and finished with 12 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 steals. Carley Jeffrey (12), Betsy MacDonald (11), and Kyli Van Klei (10) scored in double figures for the Huskies as well.
As a team the Huskies shot 42% from the field, 35% from downtown, and went 15 of 16 from the foul line (94%).
On Saturday, the Huskies were without Betsy MacDonald who suffered an injury to her left shoulder (the severity of which is still unknown, MacDonald is to see the doctor on Wednesday) during Friday’s contest.
Without MacDonald to lead them the Huskies shot a mere 32.8% from the field (their worst mark of the season) and Carley Jeffrey was the only player to score in double figures (11 on 4 of 11 shooting).
The Huskies are now 11-7 on the year (7-7 in NSIC) and will finish their 4 game road trip at Southwest Minnesota State University (2-16 overall, 2-12 NSIC) on Friday and the University of Sioux Falls (13-5 overall, 9-5 NSIC) on Saturday.
01/27/2015 - 4:00 PM
The St. Cloud State men’s basketball team split over the weekend; beating the University of Mary 96-88 on Friday and losing to Minot State 89-97 on Saturday.
The key stat on Friday for the team was the mere 14 free throw attempts they allowed to the Marauders (down from the average of 25 coming into the weekend). However the Huskies were outrebounded 41-30 in the game and the 12-21 disadvantage in second chance points made the game much closer than it should’ve been.
The Huskies were led in scoring by Scottie Stone (29), Jordan Poydras (27), and Donnell Cegers (25). The Marauders were led by Marquealis Edwards (22).
As a team the Huskies shot 51% from the field and 50% from beyond the arc. They cashed in on 23 of 27 free throw attempts (85%) and finished with 16 assists as a team.
Saturday’s game saw the Huskies give up 23 of 29 from the free throw line (79%) and trail by 21 late in the first half.
The Huskies were again led by Jordan Poydras who finished with 31 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists, and a block to give him his 2nd NSIC North Player of the Week award in the last 3 weeks. Eddie Alcantara (15), Connor Niehaus (12), and Donnell Cegers (12) finished in double figures for the Huskies as well.
As a team the Huskies shot 44% from the field and 34% from downtown. They saw their free throw attempts drop down to 14 of 19 (74%) but managed to out-rebound the Beavers 44-33 in the game.
Next the Huskies (11-9, 7-7 NSIC) travel to Marshall, Minnesota to take on the Southwest Minnesota State University Mustangs before rounding out their road trip against the University of Sioux Falls on Saturday.
01/26/2015 - 2:00 PM
The Men's Hockey team was in action last weekend, as the Western Michigan University Broncos came to town. Friday night's game started slow with sloppy play up and down the ice from both teams. It wasn't until the 12:50 mark when Brooks Bertsch buried his 3rd goal of the season that the game really got going. David Morley would score just 1:40 later.
In the second period, it was more of the same for the Huskies. Joey Rehkamp had his 4th goal of the season, all of them coming in the last 4 weeks since being moved to the top line. Rookie Patrick Russell made it 4-0 with a power play goal at the 18:50 mark in the 2nd period and just before the 2nd intermission, Jonny Brodzinski scored his 96th career point with his 13th goal of the season to make it 5-0.
Kalle Kossila scored on the power play in the 3rd and Morley scored with 5 minutes left in the contest to make it a 7-0 game. That's how the scoring would end. Charlie Lindgren had a great night in net making 23 saves to earn the shut out. Joey Benik had 4 total assists and Morley had 2 goals to end the night
Saturday night's game started out the same for the Huskies and left the feeling that it would be the same type of game. Freshman Judd Peterson and Patrick Russell scored goals for the Huskies late in the first period and early in the second period, but those would be the only goals for the Huskies. The Broncos would break the shutout with a power play goal from Will Kessel at the 3:48 mark in the 3rd period. After a questionable no goal call, things started to implode for the Huskies. Colton Hargrove and Justin Kovacs had goals for the Broncos, including the game winner and that would be it for the Huskies.
Charlie Lindgren was a bright spot for the Huskies with 21 saves including one that would end up being the #3 play of the night on SportsCenter's Top Ten. The Huskies will be on the road at Colorado College this weekend.
01/19/2015 - 4:00 PM
The Huskies took the road this past weekend to face off against the Denver Pioneers. The trip however, wasn't a successful one. On Friday night, the Huskies would open the scoring with a goal by Joey Rehkamp, his third in three games. Unfortunately, that would be the only score for the Huskies on the night. Hobey Baker candidate Joey LaLeggia had a PPG as well as an assist and Tanner Jalliet made 16 saves as the Huskies fell to the Pioneers, 3-1.
Saturday night featured a slow start by both teams, with the score only being 1-0 Denver until the 3rd period. Captain Nick Oliver lit the lamp at 2:37 in the period for just the 5th goal of his career and first of the season. Assists went to Jimmy Murray and Jarrod Rabey. Just a few minutes later, Danton Heinen would make it 2-1 Pioneers and LaLeggia would tally another goal. Trevor Moore would finish the scoring for the weekend with a goal at 14:45 in the 3rd. The Huskies were 0-5 on the power play on Saturday and the Pioneers earn the sweep 3-1 and 4-1.
01/13/2015 - 12:00 PM
The Women's Hockey team was looking to carry some momentum into last weekend's series with Ohio State after beating Bemidji in the last game of 2014. The Buckeyes had other plans.
On Friday, the Buckeyes jumped out to an early lead on the power play after Amanda Arbogast was sent to the box. This was a common theme for the weekend. Alyssa Erickson scored her first collegiate goal of her career to tie it at 1, but that was the only goal of the weekend for the Huskies. The Huskies had three penalties on Friday and nine on Saturday and allowed 3 power play goals over the course of the two games. Huskies fall 3-1 and 4-0 to the Buckeyes, who sweep the weekend.
01/12/2015 - 5:00 PM
Coming into the weekend, the Huskies were searching for something they hadn't been able to find all year, consistency. The Huskies would face off against a very talented Miami-Ohio Redhawks team. Friday night started with the Huskies weathering a flurry of shots by the Redhawks, as they were outshot 17 to 8 in the opening period.
In the second period, Miami finally broke the game open with a goal by Sean Kuraly. Matthew Caito and Alex Wideman each had assists. Later in the second period, David Morley scored on a 5 on 3 power play with assists going to Joey Benik and Kalle Kossila. Kossila has a team-high 10 assists on the year. To open the 3rd period, senior Joey Rehkamp, who was moved to the first line prior to the game, paid off coach Bob Motzko's faith in him with a goal. It was the 4th goal of his career. Andrew Prochno and Jonny Brodzinski had assists on the play. After an empty net goal by David Morley, the Huskies won 3-1.
On Saturday, the game got off to a fast start with a goal by Jonny Brodzinski with assists from Jimmy Murray and Joey Rehkamp. It was Jonny's 12th goal of the year and he has a point in 8 straight games. The Huskies extended their lead at the end of the first period with a Power Play Goal by Freshman Patrick Russell. Miami tried to mount a comeback with goals by Kevin Morris and Austin Czarnick, but Rehkamp scored 5:19 into the 3rd period to give him 2 goals in 2 games, when he had 3 career goals previously. Huskies went on to win 3-2, sweeping the Miami Redhawks. It was the Huskies' first sweep of the year as well as the Redhawks' first time being swept on the year.
Joey Rehkamp was rewarded for his huge weekend by being named NCHC Offensive Player of the Week. He had 2 Goals, both game winners, and an assist as well as 6 shots, including 4 on Friday
University of Mary (Sports Stream)
Jan 30, 2015 - 7:00
Minot State University (Sports Stream)
Jan 31, 2015 - 2:00
MSU-Moorhead (Sports Stream)
Feb 05, 2015 - 7:00
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