Tommies Blog: Hosting Carleton, St. Thomas Has Eyes On MIAC CrownThe mission is simple Saturday for the No. 5-ranked St. Thomas football team: Win, and you're most likely a playoff team. St. Thomas hosts Carleton on Saturday in the final regular season home game for the senior class. If the Tommies beat the Knights and St. John's loses at Bethel, St. Thomas wins the MIAC title outright.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Football Fall Camp Starts With 134 PlayersIt's already feeling like fall around the state this week, with only some of that having to do with the cooler temperatures and wind. Over in St. Paul, coaches and 134 players with the St. Thomas football program reported for fall camp on Aug. 18. They've already been working out and holding practices for about a week. The season opener is just around the corner as the Tommies travel to UW-Eau Claire on Saturday, Sept. 5.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Ranked No. 18 In Preseason PollThe St. Thomas football program has returned from its nearly two-week trip to Italy to play football and take part in community service. It didn't take long for the first "way too early" poll to come out ahead of the 2015 season. A poll released by The Sporting News Magazine has the Tommies ranked No. 18 nationally in Division III.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Holds Spring Game, Preps For Italy TripSt. Thomas football coach Glenn Caruso got a glimpse into his immediate future last weekend as his squad hosted its annual spring game. St. Thomas was actually the first Division III program to host a spring football game back in 2009, ahead of a foreign trip to Canada. It's a contest that's scored, but bears absolutely zero meaning as far as winning, and gives die-hard program followers a chance to see what's ahead for the future of the program.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Seniors Play Final Home GameIt will be a bittersweet day for 17 seniors on Saturday as the St. Thomas football team plays its final regular season home game against Gustavus. It will also mark the end of their football careers as the Tommies are, at best, now a longshot for an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Playoffs.
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.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Denied Playoff Berth After Winning FinaleThe pieces seemingly fell into place last Saturday as the St. Thomas football team put itself into position for an at-large NCAA berth. But instead of deciding its own fate, the Tommies had to leave it in the hands of a third party.
Tommies Blog: Playoff Hopes Still Alive After Concordia WinThere were 21 seniors on the St. Thomas football team that left Palmer Field at O’Shaughnessy Stadium Saturday with both bittersweet and thrilled emotions. After giving up 13 early points, the Tommies outscored Concordia (Moorhead) 34-7 the rest of the game in a 34-20 victory to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Escapes Augsburg, Gets Help From GustavusThe Tommies, ranked No. 18 in Division III, survived a sluggish offensive day that featured four turnovers and left Minneapolis with a 17-14 victory over the Auggies. They also got some help from Gustavus, who beat St. John’s 23-20 in double overtime.