Photographer Mike Ekern '02 and some Tommie baseball players light paint their way to this year's promo photos.
Now that everybody is back on campus after the holiday break and January Term, it’s time to head to Schoenecker Arena to catch the St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball teams, which are a combined 36-1 this season. Doug Hennes writes about their remarkable success in The Scroll.
A family’s decision to flee Vietnam leads to a ‘land of opportunity’ for Thanh Pham.
A new dean has been chosen for the Opus College of Business, and a UST theologian appeared on Almanac in this week’s headlines.
Erica Wilson '11 was entombed for 22 minutes under five feet of snow on a remote mountain in British Columbia. She never should have made it home.
He worked at St. Thomas for 24 years and served as athletic trainer, and men’s track and cross country head coach. Funeral services are pending.
Tommie entrepreneurs are making their mark, and the Seahawks take a Tommie to the Super Bowl.
These eight student-athletes look to expand the legacies of their well-known relatives.
St. Thomas' Homecoming, now in its 95th year, is a weeklong event steeped in tradition.
The fundraiser will be held following the game against Luther College, or you can buy online if you can't attend the game.
The inductions will bring the Tommies' Athletic Hall of Fame membership to 184 individuals and one team since the first inductions in 1974.
Last season was a banner year for St. Thomas sports. Relive it with the best images from St. Thomas photographers.
With six national championships and a national ranking since 2004, the St. Thomas Dance Team dominates the stage.
The videos showing former Rutgers head men’s basketball coach Mike Rice physically and emotionally abusing his players were outrageous and disgusting, in large part because they run so counter to the messages we hope our student-athletes learn from intercollegiate athletics.
The Tommie volleyball team was invited to breakfast with Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton in honor of its recent NCAA Divsion III championship. According to Dayton, “Purple is my favorite color.”
Hockey has taken the '05 grad all across the country and even across the Pacific Ocean to China. Earlier this month hockey carried him to the Xcel Energy Center and the NHL to suit up for the Anaheim Ducks when they were in town to take on the Minnesota Wild.
Coach Johnny Tauer repeats several words -– “unselfish” and “great senior leadership” -– over and over when he analyzes the three St. Thomas men’s basketball teams that have advanced to the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Division III tournament in the last five years.
A travel package to the Elite Eight tournament in Salem, Va., has been canceled.
St. Thomas will replace grass with artificial turf on the entire South Field this summer to provide an improved and more durable surface for the university’s soccer and softball teams as well as students who use the field for recreational purposes.
Over the last four years, Dr. John Tauer has had the pleasure of coaching five outstanding student-athletes who will be honored Wednesday at “Senior Night” when the men’s basketball team takes on St. Olaf in Schoenecker Arena. In The Scroll today, Tauer reflects on the special character of these men, who have contributed to a 98-15 record and four consecutive MIAC championships.
I will never forget the looks on the faces of three St. Thomas coaches when their teams won national championships.
The Tommies, ranked No. 2 in the nation, host St. John’s University at 3 p.m. Fans can watch the game live on KSTC-TV Channel 45.
St. Thomas head football coach Glenn Caruso was introduced in Miami on Jan. 7 as the first three-time recipient in the seven-year history of the elite national Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year program. He also was named Division III National Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) on Jan. 8. The elite award is voted on by fellow Division III coaches.
The St. Thomas defense slowed a potent Mount Union attack, but in the end the Purple Raiders made enough plays to post a 28-10 victory Friday night and claim the program’s 11th Division III national championship.
St. Thomas’ bid for a national football championship ended Friday night with a 28-10 loss to Mount Union in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl.