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The Tommies’ winning touchdown in the finals seconds of the Concordia game Saturday earned quarterback Alex Fenske and wide receiver Nick Waldvogel the titles of MIAC Co-Offensive Players of the Week.
Fourth-ranked St. Thomas defeated Concordia-Moorhead in a last-second thriller.
The Tommies scored the winning touchdown with two seconds left in the fourth quarter, capping off a thrilling 23-20 victory against the Cobbers.
Ben Alvord hit Evan Clark on St. John’s first play from scrimmage, and Dusty Krueger scored first-quarter touchdowns on a blocked punt and a 3-yard run for the Johnnies.
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The St. Thomas football team defeated Augsburg 55-7 for the homecoming and family weekend game.
Running back Tucker Trettel broke a scoreless tie nine minutes into the game, as fourth-ranked St. Thomas led Augsburg 27-7 at halftime in the Tommies’ homecoming game at Palmer Field.
Coach Glenn Caruso, running back Josh Parks and defensive back Anthony King-Foreman join TommieMedia’s Carolyn Meyer in The Locker Room.
For this year’s Tommie-Johnnie game, St. Thomas faculty discouraged students attending the game not to wear any offensive shirts or other clothing following a statement by officials at St. John’s explicitly saying that anyone wearing offensive shirts would not be allowed into the stadium.