Double-doubles from center Elsa Anderson and guard Lucia Renikoff helped women’s basketball cruise to a 65-44 win over Saint Mary’s in the MIAC semifinals.
The Wild Onion will close at the end of March, and a former St. Kate’s student is in custody in at Ramsey County Jail on suspicion of arson and federal terrorism. Join anchors Lauren Andrego and Noah Brown for the latest on those and more on Top Stories, a rundown of TommieMedia’s top content from the past two weeks.
This is Sports in :60 for Thursday, Feb. 22. Chief video editor Luke Moe reports.
This is News in :90 for Thursday, Feb. 21 with University affairs editor Solveig Rennan.
Augsburg defeated the St. Thomas men’s basketball team 67-55 on Wednesday evening in the first round of the MIAC playoffs, likely putting an end to the Tommies’ season.
Tom Ippoliti won the 2017 John Ireland Presidential award, which recognizes exemplary work as both a teacher and scholar.
The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang are expected to cost about $13 billion. Learn more as Designer Keely Gregory breaks down the best stats from this year’s global contest.
A new trend in the clothing industry promotes minimal impact on the environment while providing high-quality products. Reporter Benton Johnson explores how this trend affects a St. Paul business.
St. Thomas men’s hockey backup goalie Andrew Rohkohl was named MIAC men’s hockey player of the week. Women’s goalie Kenzie Torpy also was named MIAC player of the week. Men’s and women’s swim and dive both took home the MIAC title. This is Sports :60 for February, 20, 2018.
The women’s hockey team capped its season with a 3-0 win against the Hamline Pipers Saturday, earning the team a share of the MIAC title.
Nearly 2,000 fans watched No. 3 ranked St. John’s defeat St. Thomas 57-50 Saturday at Schoenecker Arena. The Tommies will take the fifth seed in next week’s conference tournament.
Despite bringing the score to a one-point game late in the second half, the St. Thomas men’s basketball team fell to rival St. John’s 57-50 Saturday in front of more than 1,700 fans at Schoenecker Arena.
St. Thomas forward Tanner Barnes buried a goal with eight seconds remaining in regulation to give men’s hockey a 4-3 win over Hamline on Friday night at the St. Thomas Ice Arena.
Head women’s basketball coach Ruth Sinn and guards Lucia Renikoff and Maddie Wolkow join TommieMedia’s Lauren Andrego in The Locker Room.
Women’s track head coach Joe Sweeney and captains Katie Murray and Hannah Helstad join TommieMedia’s Noah Brown in The Locker Room.