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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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CSB Softball

Blazers return with win streak

By Natalie Hager
March 21st, 2014

While many students were taking it easy over Spring Break, the CSB Softball team traveled to Florida, adding one win after the other to its impressive seven-game winning streak. With an early season record of 11-2, the team is off …
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Opinion: The Oz’s new attempt to do the unthinkable

Opinion: The Oz’s new attempt to do the unthinkable

By Jake Schultz
March 21st, 2014

The Wizard may be retired but he’s still trying to make magic. And I love him for it. Ozzie Smith, the hall of fame shortstop who once played for the St. Louis Cardinals, known for doing a backflip when he …
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Kosobud

CSB Track star already passing records

By Meg Anderson
March 21st, 2014

She’s not even through her first year as a college student, but Allison Kosobud, a member of the CSB Track and Field team, already has quite a resume. She holds four school records, is a two-time Blazer athlete of the …
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Baseball

Johnnies eager for season despite bad weather

By Annie Dittberner
March 21st, 2014

The St. John’s Baseball team is off to an 8-1 start after a spring break trip to Fort Meyers, Fla. in early March that kicked off the 2014 season. In the midst of a promising start to its spring season, …
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CSB Lax

“Nationals or Bust” for St. Ben’s Lacrosse

By Zach Brown
February 28th, 2014

CSB Lacrosse left St. Joseph with a young, inexperienced team that had yet to prove itself, and they returned with a national ranking. After a four-game tournament in California from Feb. 14 to Feb. 16, the Blazers are currently ranked …
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Baseball Team

Johnnies want to soak up the sun, victory

By Meg Anderson
February 28th, 2014

“On a nice sunny day, I don’t know if there’s a better place to be than out on the field,” SJU Baseball Head Coach Jerry Haugen said. The coach speaks for the team on this. Senior Dylan Graves is looking …
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Opinion: Beauty is painstakingly difficult on ice

Opinion: Beauty is painstakingly difficult on ice

By Natalie Hager
February 28th, 2014

When people talk about sports, jewelry, makeup, flowing skirts and tight pants aren’t usually what come to mind. Figure skating is a sport that many forget about until it comes to the Olympics. Then, suddenly, every time you are on …
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Blazer Basketball says farewell to three greats

By Annie Dittberner
February 28th, 2014

The Blazer basketball team’s season came to an end in a 52-69 loss to St. Thomas on Saturday, Feb. 22. The loss, however, proved to be a bittersweet ending for senior Brianna Barrett when she scored her 1,000th point by …
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NCAA Hockey: Hamline at Saint John's (Minn.)

Johnnie Hockey looks for MIAC repeat

By Emily McGrath
February 28th, 2014

The Herb Brook’s National Hockey Arena was full of excited Johnnie hockey fans that braved the cold Saturday night to watch the legendary Johnnie-Tommie matchup on Feb. 22. For the Johnnie faithful the game proved to be worth the trip. …
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