By Matt Captain
The CSB track and field team recently had the Tommie Twilight meet, and has the MIAC Championships remaining.
“Everybody seems to compete well when we are there [at St. Thomas] in general, because it is on our opposing rival’s campus,” senior captain thrower Claire Baker said.
The athletes will use this meet to help reach personal goals and prepare for the MIAC Championships. (more…)
By Jake McCormick
The CSB golf team, coming off a record 2017-18 season, sought to claim a 2018-19 MIAC tournament championship. The Bennies battled hard for the top spot last season but came up just short, taking 2nd place after three days of highly competitive golf.
CSB established itself as a top contender early on in the season. They finished third of 13 teams on both days of the CSB Invite, placing behind Gustavus Adolphus and defending MIAC champion Carleton.
By Megan Dierberger
The 2019 season has proven to be a breakthrough year for Johnnies baseball player Joey Stock.
The junior communication major from Cold Spring is from a family that lives, breathes and plays baseball. (more…)
By Jana Jenkins
The SJU golf team finished its fall season with a fourth-place finish at the MIAC Championships. Now, the No. 17 Johnnies (golfstat.com) are driving for a place in the NCAA tournament.
The team opened their spring season with a 306-356 dual victory against Monmouth College in Mesa, Arizona over spring break. The trip not only ended in victory for the team but was also an escape from the snow for some much-appreciated outdoor training. (more…)
By Kayla Albers
The Minnesota weather has been unforgiving to spring sports this year, resulting in game delays and cancellations for the CSB softball team.
The Bennies managed to play two conference double headers this past weekend against Gustavus and Hamline, splitting both to make for five splits this season. (more…)
By Nick Schmitt
Strong headwinds and less than ideal weather didn’t slow down the St. John’s track and field team on Saturday, April 6, during the Hamline Invite in St. Paul.
The Johnnies won four events and 17 athletes placed in the top-five on the day. (more…)