By Brandon Spratt
October brings bright and vibrant fall colors, earlier sunsets and cooler nights. On Tuesday night, it brought the first Minnesota Twins playoff game since 2010.
“It was a disappointing loss in a surprisingly good season,” SJU sophomore Will Dierberger said. (more…)
ALEXUS JUNGELS • email@example.com • SJU sophomore forward Kagan Foster wins a header against Augsburg in the Johnnies’ 2-1 overtime win on Sept. 26. Foster has scored two goals in conference play.
By Megan Dierberger
The St. John’s soccer team has had a rocky start to its season.
The Johnnies won their season opener against Nebraska Wesleyan 4-3 in overtime, but went on to lose four of their next five games. An overtime win over Augsburg, a draw with Bethel and a loss to UW-Whitewater slots them seventh in the MIAC with a conference record of 1-2-2 and overall record of 2-5-2. (more…)
THE RECORD STAFF
Junior Morgan Pierce, a member of the CSB Cross Country team, is having a season to remember.
Pierce was named CSB Athlete of the Week for the second time of the season. At the Carleton Invite, Pierce ran against some of the fastest runners in the conference. Pierce was able to work her way to the top, finishing fifth in the 6K race. With a time of 22:51, this marks the sixth-best time in CSB history. For the second time this year, Pierce wrote her name into history as earlier in the season she scored the 12th best time in CSB 5K history. (more…)
ALEXUS JUNGLES • firstname.lastname@example.org • CSB dance team members kick high and smile big in one of their fall routines titled ‘For the Girls’ during halftime at the Johnnie football game on Sept. 9.
By Megan Toninato
On Sept. 30, the SJU football team hosted their annual Tackle Cancer game against Bethel University. Once again, the Johnnies teamed up with the CSB dance team in an attempt to raise as much money as they could for cancer. (more…)
By Matt Captain
The St. Ben’s volleyball team has been on a tear lately by not just winning five straight matches, but also sweeping all five opponents.
Overall, the Bennies are 10-6 and 4-1 in the MIAC with the only loss coming at the hands of conference leading St. Thomas.
The CSB team consists of seven upperclassmen and twelve first-year players. In other words, this young team has room to grow. (more…)