Category: St. Cloud State

WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

“The WCHA is an amazing league. I’ll tell everyone.” Said Jinelle Siergiej, the Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach at St. Cloud State University. The WCHA Women’s Hockey League was founded in 1999, and it is safe to say that over twenty years. It has changed the game. “It’s just getting better and better, it’s more competitive, you never know who is […]

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Former Twin to throw first pitch at Rox opener

Former Twin to throw first pitch at Rox opener

The St. Cloud Rox have revealed a special guest for their 2018 home opener. The 2017 Northwoods League champions have announced that Juan Berenguer(bear-en-gare), a former reliever and 1987 World Series champion, will throw out the first pitch at 7:05 on Friday. Berenguer will also be signing autographs and interacting with fans. The pitcher famously known as “Señor Smoke” played 15 […]

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Huskies fall to Denver University in NCHC championship

Huskies fall to Denver University in NCHC championship

After beating the North Dakota Fighting Hawks in St. Paul on Friday in overtime, the St. Cloud State Huskies were not able to relish up enough power to take the win against Denver University in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff championship game on Saturday. St. Cloud State fell short to Denver University by a final score of 4-1 and the game […]

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Creating a Tighter Zone

Creating a Tighter Zone

ST. CLOUD, Minn;  The state of Minnesota has been discussing the issue of injuries in sports for some time now, but recently, the MSHSL released new regulations for baseball in regards to injuries due to pitching. These new regulations include monitored pitch counts and recovery time. This means that and pitcher at the varsity level has a maximum of 105 […]

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Waite Park Car Vandalism

Waite Park Car Vandalism

 According to police around one a.m. on Sunday morning an unidentified person damaged ten vehicles at the Luther Honda car dealership in Waite Park.The damage includes broken windows and mirrors and slashed tires. Police do not have a time table for the incident and are unsure of a motive as of now. Police officer Alice Mages says it is unfortunate […]

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Left Without A Fighting Chance

Left Without A Fighting Chance

  ST. CLOUD, Minn;  Grnd Forks is known to be a town that revolves around hockey, but recently a huge announcement left the hockey world stunned. Word broke that the University of North Dakota Women’s Hockey program had been cut from the university. “For the WCHA in general it just is a big hit. They are obviously a great competitor […]

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Giving Back to Baseball

Giving Back to Baseball

ST. CLOUD, Minn; One local man found a way to give back to his community and the sport of baseball. Brett DeGagne grew up in the Sauk Rapids area and played baseball for Sauk Rapids High School. DeGagne then went on to play Division one baseball for the university of North Dakota. “I was kind of a reliever and then […]

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SCSU Athletes Take The Plunge

SCSU Athletes Take The Plunge

ST. CLOUD, Minn – It wasn’t quite polar-like temperatures Saturday afternoon, but that didn’t stop St. Cloud State (SCSU) Student Athletes from taking the challenge in the the Annual Polar Plunge this past weekend. The Plunge is an annual event that takes place across the state to help raise awareness and support special Olympics Minnesota. This year Waters Edge on […]

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St. Cloud State Blood Drive

St. Cloud State Blood Drive

Did you know that every two seconds someone in the U.S. is in need of blood? The use being for an array of different medical needs, there is one thing that is certain; The need for blood in the United Sates is always a big one, and it is no different here in the city of St. Cloud. Donating blood is […]

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A Leaping Success

A Leaping Success

St. Cloud, Minn — On March 1st, 2016, budget cuts forced St. Cloud State to cut six athletic programs. Those programs included Men’s Track and Field, Cross Country and Tennis. That was a big change for the remaining athletic programs and Track and Field in particular. However, for Patience Yalartai, a senior on the SCSU Track and Field team, nothing […]

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