After dropping out of the national rankings, the St. Thomas football team seeks to rebound against No. 18-ranked Concordia-Moorhead Saturday.
Reporter Jordan Kruger and Sports Editor Tom Pitzen sit down to talk about the St. Thomas football team’s loss to Bethel last weekend.
The St. Thomas volleyball and women’s soccer teams were victorious this weekend, while the men’s basketball team was ranked in the D-III Hoops preseason poll.
Three interceptions that led to Bethel scores plagued the St. Thomas football team in its 35-24 loss Saturday at Royal Stadium.
Quarterback John Gould led the St. Thomas football team to 24 second-half points, but the comeback attempt fell short as Bethel defeated the Tommies 35-24.
Plagued by quarterback Matt O’Connell’s two interceptions, the St. Thomas football team trails Bethel 21-0 at halftime Saturday at Royal Stadium.
Football coach Glenn Caruso, fullback Dominic Trouccolo and running back Nick Waldvogel join reporter Jordan Kruger in The Locker Room.
The No. 22-ranked St. Thomas football team will look to extend its win streak to four games when it faces No. 11-ranked Bethel Saturday in Arden Hills.
Sophomore Josh Vedane, a punter on the St. Thomas football team, decided to study to become a priest and devote his life to God.
Each time the St. Thomas football team steps on the field at O’Shaughnessy Stadium, it can count Caruso’s Crew for support.
Eight different St. Thomas football players recorded touchdowns against Hamline to propel the team to a 62-24 victory Saturday at Klas Field.
Quarterback Matt O’Connell threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns to lead the St. Thomas football team to a 62-24 thrashing of Hamline Saturday at Klas Field.
Running back Nick Waldvogel’s two first-half rushing touchdowns helped propel the St. Thomas football team to a 48-14 halftime lead over Hamline Saturday at Klas Field.
Following last week’s 45-27 Homecoming victory over Augsburg, the St. Thomas football team will face Hamline University Saturday at Klas Field.
Defensive back Kyle Coyne called Augsburg quarterback Ayrton Scott the “MIAC’s best,” despite holding him to 181 yards on Saturday’s Homecoming game.