In his five years as coach, Caruso has led St. Thomas to a 56-7 record with four consecutive NCAA playoff quarterfinal and three consecutive 10-0 regular seasons. The Tommies are host to UW-Oshkosh in an NCAA semifinal contest at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. The Tommies also advanced to the semifinals in 2011 before losing to eventual national champion UW-Whitewater.
A reception for the Tommies’ NCAA champion volleyball team will be held at noon Thursday Nov. 29, in Schoenecker Arena. Students, alumni, parents and fans are invited. Cake will be served after a brief ceremony.
The No. 8-ranked University of St. Thomas volleyball team defeated No. 1-ranked Calvin College to earn the team’s first-ever NCAA Division III championship. The Tommies are the first MIAC team to reach the NCAA volleyball championship match.
St. Thomas football fans can vote on Twitter for Coach Glenn Caruso in the 2012 Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year program until Dec. 1.
How wild has Fanamaniac gone? Consider: Free ticket offers, free lunches, free transportation and free tickets to Tommie hockey games, pre-game events (including a barbecue) on the plaza, and a card-scan drawing with increased chances of winning each time students attend an event and have their ID cards scanned.
The retailer that Fortune magazine named one of the world’s most respected companies in 2012 crosses the border under the watchful eye of Tony Fisher ’97.
Saturday in Collegeville “The Big Game” kicks off the MIAC schedule for both St. Thomas and St. John’s University. The Tommies have taken two straight from the Johnnies. Both teams are 2-0, the Tommies are ranked No. 6, and the Johnnies are unranked. Take a trip back to Tommie-Johnnie match-ups from the past by experiencing the Depth of Field visual history.
As the Tommie-Johnnie game fast approaches, we would like to remind everyone to use good sports conduct, respect all in attendance and to represent our school in a positive manner. Go Tommies!
Watch a five hour football photo shoot in a minute and a half and see what went into the making of this year’s schedule poster and media guide cover.
A worker welds the frame of the new scoreboard at the north end of O’Shaughnessy Stadium, Aug. 10, 2012. The 28-foot by 48-foot scoreboard will include a video screen that will measure 18 feet four inches tall and 32 feet nine inches wide, making it the largest stadium video board in NCAA Division III. (Photo by Mike Ekern ’02)