Sharp Turnaround Takes Hamline To NCAA D3 Hockey TourneyThe Hamline men's hockey team has completed a remarkable turnaround to reach the NCAA Division III tournament. The Pipers were placed in the 11-team field on Monday, having received an automatic bid for winning the MIAC tournament.
From Driving To The Hoop To Driving A Squad CarHamline women’s basketball player Jordan Sammons leads the MIAC in several statistical categories. Judging by her pre-game introduction, dropping hints is one of them.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Looks To Stay On Track At HamlineWe're about halfway through the MIAC football schedule, and the conference race is already starting to take shape. While many of the usual suspects are near the top, there's one name that's in unfamiliar territory. And St. Thomas remains one game back in the MIAC race after being Augsburg in its homecoming game 45-27.
Prof: Obama’s Coming To Minn. To Raise MoneyPresident Barack Obama will land in Minnesota for a two-day visit on Thursday. After a town-hall style meeting at Minnehaha Park, the president will attend a fundraising dinner at the home of a Minneapolis couple.
Brookings Blizzard Coach Leaving For Hamline Job Brookings Blizzard head coach Cory Laylin has accepted the head coaching position at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn. Laylin has been head coach of the North American Hockey League team in South Dakota the past two seasons.
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U Of M Promotes O'Brien To Senior Associate AD The University of Minnesota has promoted associate athletic director and director of football operations Dan O'Brien.
Woman Sentenced For Role In Hit-And-Run Death Of Macalester StudentA 28-year-old St. Paul woman was sentenced for her role in the hit-and-run death of a Macalester student in September 2012. Danielle Keller was recently sentenced to 25 days in prison and a $150 fine for careless driving.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Handles Hamline, 43-7For the second time this season, the St. Thomas football team got a lopsided win on its home field the week after a tough loss in the MIAC. Back in Week 4, the Tommies crushed Carleton 65-6 one week after a devastating 20-18 loss to St. John’s in their MIAC opener. St. Thomas suffered a tough 28-21 loss at Bethel last weekl, and it was followed by a dominating 43-7 win over Hamline on Saturday.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Focused On Hamline After Tough LossThe St. Thomas football team knows it’s probably on the outside looking in when it comes to earning a playoff berth this year. The Tommies, which dropped to No. 15 in the latest Division III poll after losing 28-21 at Bethel last week, need to win their last four games and have Bethel go undefeated and win the MIAC to have any chance at the postseason.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Suffers First Loss, Moves OnIt’s safe to say the St. Thomas men’s basketball team didn’t need much time to move on from its first loss of the season.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Survives Mistakes In 51-9 WinIt might have been hard to tell the St. Thomas football team had won by looking at players and coaches after they left Klas Field at Hamline University on Saturday. The Tommies, ranked No. 3 in the nation, survived six turnovers in a 51-9 win over the Pipers to remain unbeaten on the season.