The St. Thomas men’s basketball team finished its 2013-2014 season with a 22-6 record en route to winning the MIAC regular season championship.
Forward Taylor Montero’s 18 points and 13 rebounds weren’t enough for No. 12-ranked St. Thomas.
St. Olaf defeated the St. Thomas men’s basketball team 63-53 to win the MIAC tournament championship Sunday afternoon at Schoenecker Arena.
Stellar guard play from Shaeffer, Tillman, and Alipate proved too much for Bethel to overcome.
Forward Zach Riedeman hit a combination of inside and outside shots to lead the St. Thomas men’s basketball team with 19 points Saturday afternoon against St. John’s University.
The St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Concordia, while the men’s hockey team took on Gustavus.
Guard Erik Tengwall’s 16 points helped the No. 11-ranked St. Thomas men’s basketball team complete the regular-season sweep of St. Olaf.
Forward Zach Riedeman led the Tommies in rebounds, steals, blocks and points en route to a 65-56 victory over Bethel.
Center Conner Nord and guard Dylan Stewart shared the top-scorer title, netting 16 each, as the No. 15-ranked Tommies rolled over Macalester College 89-40.
Erik Tengwall dug the Tommies out of a first-half hole with his season-high 25 points en route to a 82-70 win over the Auggies.
Forward Zach Riedeman rallied to hit a game-winning shot with 2.2 seconds remaining and help St. Thomas men’s basketball edge St. Olaf College 62-61 Wednesday.