Johnnies just shy of MIAC champions

Johnnies just shy of MIAC champions

By Kevin Dudley – [email protected]

The Johnnie basketball season officially came to an end on Monday.

They were coming off a wild MIAC championship game where a win would have secured them a bid to the NCAA Division III national tournament but received the news on Monday that, despite their tournament run, they were not selected for the at-large bid either. (more…)

UST knocks Blazers out of playoffs

UST knocks Blazers out of playoffs

By Drew Schoenbauer – [email protected]

The Blazer basketball team closed out the 2016-17 season on Feb. 24 with a 52-75 loss to eventual MIAC Champion St. Thomas.

The Blazers ended with a 16-11 overall record and finished fourth in the MIAC going 11-7 in conference play. (more…)

Reaching the finish: Swim and dive finish seasons with personal bests, including a men’s MIAC Champion

Reaching the finish: Swim and dive finish seasons with personal bests, including a men’s MIAC Champion

By Kevin Dudley – [email protected]

The Johnnie and Blazer swim and dive teams finished their respective seasons Feb. 16-18 at the MIAC Championships at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. The Johnnies placed fourth out of eight teams, while the Blazers finished sixth out of 11 teams. (more…)

Johnnies frustrated by lack of playoff berth one year after runner-up MIAC finish

By Megan Dierberger – [email protected]

“Frustrating.”

That’s how Head Coach Doug Schueller would describe the Johnnies’ 2016-17 hockey season in one word. (more…)

Despite losing season, Blazer hockey team is maintaining  positive attitude

Despite losing season, Blazer hockey team is maintaining positive attitude

By Brandon Spratt – [email protected]

Flashback to Oct. 29—CSB Hockey had just completed a two-game sweep over Northland College (Wis.). At the end of the season nearly four months later, that sweep represents half of the Blazers’ wins this season. (more…)

SJU tennis looks to rally after 0-4 start

By Jack Wozniak – [email protected]

With the chill of the winter air being pushed back by a February heat wave, the St. John’s tennis team looks toward their new outdoor courts with patient hope.

The Johnnies have had a tough start to their season; they have fallen into a 0-4 hole with losses to Luther, St. Scholastica, Grinnell and Concordia.

While this may seem like a disappointing start, the Johnnies are remaining positive. (more…)