The St. Thomas football team spent most of its season ranked No. 3 in the nation, but the Tommies found out Saturday just how much better they have to get to go to the top of Division III.
The St. Thomas football team can finally say it’s in unfamiliar territory. The Tommies, ranked No. 3 in the nation, advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the first time in school history with a 45-10 win over St. John Fisher on Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul.
The St. Thomas football team recovered from three first-half turnovers to score 28 points in the second half and beat Monmouth College (Ill.) 38-10 on Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul.
The Tommies, ranked No. 3 in the nation, ran away in the second half with a 48-2 victory over the Saints at O’Shaughnessy Stadium to advance. St. Scholastica got its only points of the game on the opening kickoff with a safety.
The St. Thomas football team rolled to a 56-0 win over Carleton on Saturday in its regular season finale in Northfield. The win lets the Tommies clinch the MIAC title for the second straight season with a 10-0 record.
The St. Thomas football team, ranked No. 3 nationally, beat Gustavus 20-7 on Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium to clinch at least a share of the MIAC title.
The Tommies, now 6-0 and ranked No. 3 in Division III, limited talented Auggies’ quarterback Marcus Brumm to just 136 yards passing, no touchdowns and intercepted him once.
It was unfamiliar territory for both St. Thomas and St. John’s at O’Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul on Saturday.
St. Thomas, now ranked No. 3 in the latest Division III national poll, face a long road trip to Moorhead and have a formidable opponent in front of them in the Concordia Cobbers.
The St. Thomas football team faced another 2-0 team in its MIAC opener on Saturday, and left little doubt as to how they would fare in their first conference battle.
The Tommies got six touchdowns from their running game, including four from senior Colin Tobin, in a 45-22 win at UW-River Falls on Saturday. Tobin finished with 122 yards in the game.
It’s a new season, but the goals are as high as ever for the University of St. Thomas football team. The Tommies enter the 2011 regular season coming off a 12-1 campaign in 2010.