How’s this for an all-star experience? They ask you to pitch batting practice to the American League. That was the call for former Gopher and Twins player Brian Raabe, and it gave him an opportunity to forget about a baseball problem at Bethel University.
The Metrodome is about to host what will likely be the last college football game played under the Teflon-topped stadium.
The unbeaten Minnesota State Mavericks have a first-round bye in the NCAA Division II playoffs.
If you’re looking to get a degree in Minnesota, Hamline University and Carleton College should be at the top of your list, according to the latest college rankings from U.S. News & World Report. The magazine ranks America’s best colleges annually.
Residents in Arden Hills may see some extra police activity this weekend as public safety agencies from around Ramsey County participate in large-scale exercises to test their response to major incidents.
March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than support several Minnesota women prominent in music?
What does Bethel’s star senior pitcher Matt Rowley share with Tim Tebow?
It’s safe to say Gavin Maurer’s got a secure handle on things, i.e. the game of life.
It’s kind of a unique way to play bingo, but about 100 new students at Bethel University are spending the day at the fair, playing the game, with a mission.
Another former Twins infielder is coaching a local college team.
Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul has had a busy Saturday in Minnesota with a key caucus in the state just three days away.
During the lazy days of summer, college visits are ususally the last thing on high school students’ mind and the first thing on parents’ minds. But for one week, high school students and their parents can set aside differences and attend bite-sized information sessions at 17 private colleges throughout Minnesota during Minnesota Private Colleges Week (MPCW), June 20-24.
Saturday, Bethel University meets the University of St. Thomas in the Division III football quarterfinals. Logan Flannery hopes it won’t be his last game as a Bethel running back, but he’s thankful he can play football at all.