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Johnnie soccer 3-1 heading into 2014 home opener

Johnnie soccer 3-1 heading into 2014 home opener

By Louis Hennessy
September 12th, 2014

After leaving their weekend road trip to Wisconsin with a victory over Beloit College, SJU soccer finds themselves with a 3-1 record on the year. A hot start is not unfamiliar territory for the Johnnies. Last season they had an …
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Blazer golf: One last round

Blazer golf: One last round

By Annie Dittberner
September 12th, 2014

The Blazers finished third in the Cobber Invite in Moorhead, Minnesota and competed in the Concordia Invite on Sept. 6-7, winning the two-day event by two strokes. “This past weekend was really exciting for us,” head coach Daryl Schomer said. …
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Why the MLB is in deep trouble

Why the MLB is in deep trouble

By Henry Dorgan
September 12th, 2014

American society today is all about speed—we want our social media fast (Twitter), we want our coffee fast (Keurig coffee makers), and we want our Internet fast (CSB/SJU Wi-Fi…wait, never mind). In our ever-changing nation, one major aspect of our …
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Johnnies, Sura rush to season opening win

Johnnies, Sura rush to season opening win

By Natalie Hager
September 12th, 2014

St. John’s football hit the ground running with a 27-8 win over University of Wisconsin-River Falls Sept. 6 for the season opener. The Johnnies played their ground game and stuck with it. “We established the running game and the option …
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Fasching expects improvement from last season

Fasching expects improvement from last season

By Henry Dorgan
September 5th, 2014

St. John’s football had its fair share of ups and downs last season. Overall, head coach Gary Fasching led the team to a 7-3 record in his first season. The Johnnies went to St. Thomas and happily upset the No. …
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SJU Football: “We have that Shut-Down Attitude”

SJU Football: “We have that Shut-Down Attitude”

By Henry Dorgan
September 5th, 2014

In the past, football featured more designed-style running plays, with football jargon like “triple option,” “wishbone formation” and “fullback.” The game has evolved to feature pass-heavy and no-huddle offenses. Finding a good secondary to shut down these types of systems …
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Show me the Mo’ne

Show me the Mo’ne

By Louis Hennessy
September 5th, 2014

I am sick of hearing jokes about the WNBA. I am sick of seeing guys wear t-shirts that say “Cool story babe, now make me a sandwich…” I am sick of seeing the statistics on the disproportionality in female and …
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CSB cross-country hits the ground running

CSB cross-country hits the ground running

By Zach Brown
September 5th, 2014

Less than one year removed from a third place finish at the MIAC championships, the Blazers hit the ground running to start the season with a strong meet against St. Catherine’s University last weekend. The Blazers (ranked No. 5 in …
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Blazers voted preseason favorites

Blazers voted preseason favorites

By Emily McGrath
September 5th, 2014

Over the past three years, the Blazer Soccer team has become well-acquainted with success. The team has grown into a fiercely strong competitor, sweeping the MIAC regular and postseason titles twice in the last three years. This year should be …
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NCAA Wrestling: at North Country Open

Back to the Mat

By Zach Brown
March 21st, 2014

The Mongolian national wrestling team is making a stop in Collegeville. The Saint John’s Wrestling team, who just finished its season a week ago, will be hosting a wrestling clinic featuring the Mongolian national team this weekend and joining them …
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