When interviewed before the season, St. Cloud State men’s hockey coach Bob Motzko believed his team’s offensive production would remain top-notch despite the loss of Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Drew LeBlanc.RELATED CONTENT
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When St. Scholastica and St. Norbert meet this Saturday in Wausau, Wis., the matchup isn’t just for first place in the men’s Northern Collegiate Hockey Association. It’s also a meeting of teams that feel a sense of simpatico with the other, each having been displaced from their previous league before being reunited in a revamped NCHA.
HOCKEY: The Russian women’s national team takes on Minnesota Duluth in an exhibition at 6 p.m. today at Amsoil Arena.
COLLEGE MEN'S HOCKEY: The Bulldogs throttled the top-ranked Gophers, 6-2, in a nonconference game Sunday before 9,130 at Mariucci Arena.
UMD may be 6-5-1 this season, but the Bulldogs have shown the ability to play with any team in the country, beating then-No. 2 Notre Dame in October and now No. 1 Minnesota.
Modest success toward the end of her sophomore season gave Chelsea Johnson reason to believe she could be one of the top cross country runners at the NCAA Division III level.RELATED CONTENT
MINNEAPOLIS — The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome has been the site of several unforgettable sports moments over its 30-plus years of existence.
Adam Wilcox starred Friday night with a career-high 36 saves as the top-ranked Minnesota Gophers beat UMD 6-1 in the opening game of their nonconference men's hockey series before 9,918 spectators at Mariucci Arena.RELATED CONTENT
Several times in the past few years when covering an evening event in the Grand Rapids area, I found myself unable to find a public phone line to transmit a story via laptop computer.
The four-level, $6.5 million structure towering over Malosky Stadium isn’t the only face-lift the Minnesota Duluth football program underwent lately.
As Dave Hylla and a reporter walked off the artificial surface at Public Schools Stadium last November, the longtime Proctor football coach had a gleam in his eyes when talking about the following season.
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One and done. The Minnesota Duluth women’s basketball program apparently has adopted that mantra as its motto.RELATED CONTENT
Wayne Pender’s first introduction to athletic administration convinced him there wasn’t much to the job.RELATED CONTENT