St. Thomas seniors Zach Riedeman and Erik Tengwall and junior Conner Nord were named to this year's 15-player All-MIAC team for men's basketball. Tengwall was a repeat honoree on the five-player conference All-Defensive Team.
Conference runner-up and league playoff champion St. Thomas had two named to the 15-player All-MIAC women’s basketball team. Junior centerMaggie Weiers and senior forward Taylor Young were this year's Tommie honorees.
Katie Stone was not having a good shooting night. The sophomore guard from Eau Claire, Wis.,came into Friday’s NCAA Division III playoff opener averaging 10.4 points, but she missed her first six shots against a pesky Loras zone defense, and had just one point.
St. Thomas made history this month: It became just the second Division III institution -- and first MIAC school -- to send all four of its basketball and hockey teams into the NCAA playoffs in the same season.
Senior All-America Max Dunne will represent Tommie men's track and field this Friday and Saturday at the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships in Lincoln, Neb.
Senior All-America Mallory Burnham, who is seeded first in two events,will represent Tommie women's track and field this Friday and Saturday at the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships in Lincoln, Neb.
St. Thomas women's hockey will travel to Stevens Point, Wis., on Friday March 14 for a7 p.m. game against the host Pointers in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.
St. Thomas men's hockey will play host to an NCAA playoff quarterfinal final game SaturdayMarch 15. The No. 2-ranked Tommies (21-4-2) will play No. 3-ranked UW-Stevens Point (20-5-2) in a 7 p.m. match at St. Thomas Ice Arena in Mendota Heights, with the winner advancing to the national semifinals.
Four West teams and seven East teams are in the field. No. 1-ranked St. Norbert will host No. 5 Adrian on Saturday night in the other West semifinal.
Defender Megan Juricko on Monday was selected MIAC Athlete of the Week in women's hockey.