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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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New era begins for SJU Ultimate

New era begins for SJU Ultimate

By Louis Hennessy
October 10th, 2014

The cold, sharp air pierces the players’ lungs as they wheeze for breath following their third consecutive set of sprints. They run as a unit, barely a meter between them as they run to the other end of their putrid, …
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Words from long-time suffering Minnesota sports fan

Words from long-time suffering Minnesota sports fan

By Natalie Hager
October 10th, 2014

Being a sports fan has always been tough, no matter your team. Every team has the ups and downs, in certain games, certain streaks, certain seasons. We take such pride in our teams, that when they are defeated so are …
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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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