Head football coach Glenn Caruso, linebacker Dylan Andrew and fullback Jeremy Molina join sports editor Noah Brown in TommieMedia’s The Locker Room.
Today’s Sports in :60 has coverage of the St. Thomas football team’s game against Mary Hardin-Baylor and a recap of Men’s hockey. Carolyn Meyer reports.
Fourth-ranked St. Thomas traveled to Belton, Texas to take on the top-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor in a NCAA Division III quarterfinal matchup.
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.
Quarterback Jacques Perra threw a game-sealing pick six with 11:22 in the fourth quarter Saturday at Crusader Stadium as the Tommies fell 24-10 to Mary Hardin-Baylor and were eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA playoffs.
Cornerback Michael Franzese intercepted two passes Saturday at Crusader Stadium for St. Thomas in the first half of the NCAA Division III quarterfinal, tied at 10 with Mary Hardin-Baylor.
No. 4 St. Thomas football prepares to face its toughest opponent yet in the defending national champions, No. 1 Mary Hardin-Baylor, in the NCAA Division-III national quarterfinal game.
Design Manager Carrie Tronvold looks at the statistics behind Saturday’s quarterfinal matchup between St. Thomas and Mary Hardin-Baylor.
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.
Four Tommies fumbled a total of five times and lost two Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium as St. Thomas held on to win 29-13 against Berry College.
Wide receiver Gabe Green hauled in two touchdowns and 73 yards on three receptions Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium as St. Thomas shot out to a commanding 22-0 halftime lead over Berry College.
Head football coach Glenn Caruso, linebacker Adam Brant and tight end Jackson Hull join director Lauren Andrego in TommieMedia’s The Locker Room.
The St. Thomas football team currently has four former players from a Minnesota seven-on-seven team called Potenza, started by a St. Thomas graduate.
Eureka College football, led by the NCAA Division III second-leading rusher, clashed with D-III football’s best total defense and best defense against the run in the Tommies.
St. Thomas football defeated Eureka College 47-8 Saturday at O’Shaughnessy Stadium as the Tommie defense allowed only 46 yards on the ground.