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CSB Volleyball headed to national tournament

CSB Volleyball headed to national tournament

By Michael Swearingen
November 14th, 2014

The NCAA announced the entry of 64 teams into the annual national volleyball tournament on Monday, Nov. 10. The CSB Blazers were among those selected, but the announcement came as no surprise. “We felt that, because of our strength of …
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Cautiously optimistic for the Wild’s season

Cautiously optimistic for the Wild’s season

By Emily McGrath
November 14th, 2014

While writing this article I have taken every measure to prevent jinx, knocking on wood etc. That being said, I think that this could be the year that the Minnesota Wild finally bring the Stanley Cup back to the state …
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One win away from MIAC title

One win away from MIAC title

By Tom Dierberger
November 14th, 2014

Six straight victories. St. John’s defeated Bethel 31-8 on Saturday, dominating all four quarters of the game for their sixth consecutive win. The Johnnies overpowered the formerly-undefeated Bethel Royals and now sit in first place in the MIAC. Johnnie star …
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Blazer soccer fine-tuning skills for playoffs

Blazer soccer fine-tuning skills for playoffs

By Annie Dittnerner
October 31st, 2014

As the Blazer soccer team wraps up their regular season, they continue prepare for each game with a winning attitude. After a win over Saint Mary’s on Saturday, the Blazers move to tie for first place in the MIAC with …
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CSB hockey returns for 2014 season

CSB hockey returns for 2014 season

By Zach Brown
October 31st, 2014

Last season, the Blazers highlight was sweeping perennial power Gustavus in a home-and-home series. This year, the Blazers hope to continue to shake up the MIAC. “We really have the potential to be one of the best teams in the …
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The lack of checking in women’s hockey

The lack of checking in women’s hockey

By Natalie Hager
October 31st, 2014

Checking is nothing new to the sport of hockey. It is what helps give the rough reputation that fans and players alike hold near and dear. When people are asked what they love about the fast-paced ice sport, its’ usually …
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Johnnie hockey: back in action

Johnnie hockey: back in action

By Natalie Hager
October 24th, 2014

With tryouts wrapping up and only a week until the first game against St. Thomas on Oct. 31, the St. John’s hockey team has a lot of preparing to do for this upcoming season—but it’s nothing they can’t handle. Losing …
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Lost in translation

Lost in translation

By Louis Hennessy
October 24th, 2014

It’s downright foolish that a billion-dollar industry wouldn’t have the financial capacity to hire translators for a massive percentage of their revenue source. Yet here we are in 2014 and Major League Baseball is in that exact situation. According to …
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Blazers making final sprint of fall season

Blazers making final sprint of fall season

By Annie Dittberner
October 24th, 2014

Last weekend, the Blazer cross country team finished third out of 30 teams at the Tori Neubauer Invite. The meet, hosted by UW-La Crosse in Ettrick, Wisconsin, was a good indicator of how the team will compete at the MIAC …
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Kockelman named National Player of the Week

Kockelman named National Player of the Week

By Emily McGrath
October 10th, 2014

The Blazer Volleyball team has become well-acquatinted with success over the years. The players have earned various awards and titles. For the first time since 2009, a player has earned national recognition. Taya Kockelman was named the Sports Imports/AVCA Division …
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