It doesn’t matter how vulnerable the Concordia-St. Paul volleyball team might appear during the regular season. It is what they’ve done in the postseason over the last seven years that is the stuff of legend.
Southwest Minnesota State volleyball coach Terry Culhane said the top three teams in NCAA Division II are clearly Minnesota Duluth, Concordia-St. Paul and the University of Tampa, not necessarily in that order.RELATED CONTENT
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COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: Kate Lange had 14 kills and 10 digs to lead top-seeded and second-ranked Minnesota Duluth to a 25-16, 25-13, 25-16 victory over Arkansas Tech inthe NCAA Division II Central Region volleyball quarterfinals Thursday before about 1,300 spectators at Romano Gym.RELATED CONTENT
COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: The top-seeded Bulldogs (31-2)open against Arkansas Tech (25-11) at 7:30 p.m. today in the NCAA Division II region quarterfinals at Romano Gym.RELATED CONTENT
VOLLEYBALL: Top-seeded Minnesota Duluth, which hasn’t hosted the regional tournament since 2007, opens play against eighth-seeded Arkansas Tech Thursday at Romano Gym.RELATED CONTENT
Kyle Pallin says every snowmobile has its own sound, including Arctic Cat, so it must have been a bit unnerving to hear Tucker Hibbert behind him during the 22nd annual Amsoil Duluth National Snocross on Sunday at Spirit Mountain.RELATED CONTENT
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Curt Wiese is in his first year as Minnesota Duluth’s head football coach, but it didn’t take him long to figure out the way things work.
Northwest Missouri State did today what no team has done to Minnesota Duluth in a long time: Shut down the Bulldogs.
Northwest Missouri State has been able to do what no team has been able to do this season in taking a 10-0 lead over Minnesota Duluth today in the NCAA Division II football playoffs at Bearcat Stadium.
JON NOWACKI: Al Newman, who was a member of two Minnesota Twins world championship teams, is back in baseball as coach of the Alexandria Blue Anchors of the Northwoods League.RELATED CONTENT
JON NOWACKI COLUMN: The odds of two brothers coaching against each other in the Super Bowl are something like one in a gazillion. Trust me. I did the math. Seven billion people in the world, divided by two brothers, plus E=mc, uh, oh, I’ll explain later.RELATED CONTENT
NEWS TRIBUNE SPORTS STORY OF 2012: There was a time at Minnesota Duluth when thinking and dreaming big meant winning a conference title.RELATED CONTENT
JON NOWACKI: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell XXVII announced at a news conference today that the league finally has reached its goal: complete parity.RELATED CONTENT
Herb Galliart of Cloquet spends most days on the golf course. And he has 19 holes-in-one to prove it.RELATED CONTENT
Watch a NASCAR race, Proctor Speedway president Crash Carlson said, and you see a lot more empty seats than you did five to 10 years ago. A tough economy is likely to blame, and that has trickled to the grassroots level.RELATED CONTENT
We didn’t quite know what to make of him. Eating and drinking to excess and wearing Packers’ gear from head to toe, he was a shining example of the Green Bay faithful.RELATED CONTENT
St. Scholastica baseball coach John Baggs, now facing the fight of his life against a rare form of cancer, has built the Saints program seemingly from scratch into a national power. But as good of a coach as he is, he is equally skilled at public relations.RELATED CONTENT