Forward Ryan Boll dropped 14 points and added nine rebounds as the Tommies snapped a three-game losing streak with a 64-51 win against Gustavus-Adolphus.
Despite allowing a 20-2 run to tie the game at 54, the St. Thomas women’s basketball team captured its fifth win of the season 72-65 against the Bethel University Royals.
The St. Thomas Christmas Concert Sunday evening at Orchestra Hall was a made-for-television spectacle.
Crusader cornerback Kris Brown intercepted Jacques Perra’s pass and returned it to the end zone in the turning point of the game, a 24-10 deficit the Tommies would not overcome.
Goalie Kenzie Torpy saved all 24 shots on goal to hold the Auggies to zero points, ending their seven-game win streak Saturday at Augsburg University.
To release stress that college life can bring, some St. Thomas students have turned to Purple Gloves, a student-led boxing and jiu-jitsu club on campus.
Forward Ryan Boll’s eighth career double-double helped the St. Thomas men’s basketball team win its MIAC home opener against the Concordia-Moorhead Cobbers.
The Anderson Student Center and the lower quad shone bright Wednesday evening at St. Thomas’ annual tree-lighting ceremony.
St. Thomas football escaped the second round of the NCAA playoffs with a 29-13 win over the Berry College Vikings, a game in which the Tommies fumbled five times and committed three turnovers.
Wisconsin-Stevens Point forward Tanner Karty punched in a rebound goal 43 seconds into overtime to hand St. Thomas their third loss of the young season by a score of 2-1.
The Tommies did all they could to make a final boost to their postseason resume with a 97-0 trampling of St. Olaf Saturday at Klein Field to close out the MIAC regular season.
The St. Thomas men’s hockey team scored two last-second goals to ignite a 5-3 victory over Wisconsin-Eau Claire Thursday night at the St. Thomas Ice Arena.
Photographer Davis Narey captured the sights Wednesday in the Anderson Student Center as students gathered to decorate sugar skulls, a tradition associated with Día de los Muertos.
The seventeenth-ranked St. Thomas volleyball team extended its win streak to six and defeated St. Olaf Thursday at Schoenecker Arena to advance to the MIAC championship.
The St. Thomas women’s soccer team tied Augsburg 1-1 in double overtime Wednesday at home as both teams honored a 2003 graduate and Hall of Fame athlete with cancer.