Rounding the bases: Johnnie baseball looks to build off successful 2016 season and finish 2017 with a championship
By Kevin Dudley – firstname.lastname@example.org
The first weekend of March Madness came and went with significant casualties. The top-seeded Villanova Wildcats fell to an under-seeded Wisconsin team. The ACC tournament champion Duke Blue Devils lost to a South Carolina team feeding off the energy of their home fans.
These upsets may have busted your bracket, but this is no time to pout. The field is down to 16, and we have given you a second chance with our “do-over” bracket. Don’t listen to the people who say it’s all luck, there is a method to figuring out the madness. Here’s the answer key for your second chance bracket. (more…)
By Megan Toninato – email@example.com
The National Indoor Track and Field Championships took place March 10-11 in Naperville, Illinois.
At Nationals, there were 16 total athletes from the MIAC Conference: 10 were women and three of them were Blazers.
Sophomore Jenna Degen and seniors London Stelten and Allison Kosobud represented St. Ben’s at the biggest meet of the season. (more…)
By Jack Wozniack – firstname.lastname@example.org
While the majority of college students used their spring break to relax on a beach or at home, the St. Ben’s softball team was hard at work playing games in Florida.
As a result of the unpredictable Minnesota weather, getting solid game preparation is difficult on campus, so the Blazers made sure to take full advantage of the “sunshine state.”
Over break, they played in twelve games, winning 10 and losing only two. (more…)