Yes, Branden McGarrity’s getting an education at the top-notch liberal arts college situated in Northfield, Minn., but he’s also dishing out some serious knowledge on the soccer pitch this fall.
There’s a lot more than perfection on the line Saturday as the St. Thomas football team travels to Moorhead to face Concordia College. At 8-0, including 6-0 in the MIAC, St. Thomas can clinch at least a share of the MIAC crown with a victory over the Cobbers.
Molly Erickson’s the reigning MIAC MVP, and seeing the St. Olaf women’s golfer took second at the Division III National Championships last year, she could be wearing a crown at the end of this season.
Take a moment and learn about Kaiti Wachter, her mother, and even her grandmother. You won’t be disappointed you did.
Senior Kat Lenhart is a long way from home. Back in North Carolina, her Asheville-area home boasts the Appalachian Mountains as her backyard.
David Rosenthal pushes the boundaries of the term exceptional. Not only was the forward the StarTribune and Pioneer Press Player of the Year coming out of Apple Valley High School, he excelled at the next level, too.
Tim Tebow and St. Olaf senior standout Dan Dobson are more alike than you’d think. They’re both quarterbacks who put their faith first.
As a quarterback, Scott Kirchoff led his Hutchinson team to a state title. He took his winner’s mentality to Bethel, where he won consistently.
Let’s play two truths and a lie with Augsburg star running back Tyler Maxwell.
The University of St. Thomas has extended its broadcast agreement with WCCO NewsRadio 830 through the 2012-2013 season. WCCO-AM’s Dave Lee will continue to provide play-by-play for the Tommies, along with WCCO-AM’s Eric Nelson doing color commentary.
St Thomas football coach Glen Caruso joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News and talked about the Tommies perfect season.
The University of St. Thomas football team is coming off arguably its most successful season in school history. The Tommies finished the 2010 regular season 10-0 and claimed its first outright MIAC title since 1983. They finished the season 12-1 overall and competed in the NCAA Division III quarterfinals for the second consecutive season.
The Tommies enter the playoffs having won 15 of their last 16 regular season games. It’s a stretch that included doubleheader sweeps of Concordia-Moorhead, St. Olaf, Macalester and St. Mary’s.
Once again, the St. Thomas Tommies are unbeaten and sitting atop the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in men’s basketball.