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.
Women’s basketball and women’s hockey come away with wins on Saturday, while men’s basketball falls to rival St. John’s. Reporter Mark Ahern has today’s Sports in :60.
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.
After holding St. John’s to one-of-nine from the field to start the game, the St. Thomas men’s basketball team now trails the Johnnies 29-18 at halftime at Schoenecker Arena.
The Tommie men’s basketball team takes on St. John’s, the No. 3 team in the nation, in its final game of the regular season. Reporter Brady Halbmaier highlights what to watch for in this year’s Tommie-Johnnie showdown.
Men’s hockey falls to rival St. John’s, the U.S. gets its first medal in the 2018 Olympics, and four St. Thomas teams close out their regular seasons this week. Reporter Natalie Hall has today’s Sports in :60
Mens’ basketball forward Ryan Boll and guard Michael Hannon join Sports Editor Gamiel Hall in The Locker Room.
The St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball team and the Minnesota Gophers men’s basketball team are all a part of today’s Sports in :60 with reporter Kat Barrett.
Ryan Boll finished one rebound shy of a double-double as the St. Thomas men’s basketball team defeated Carleton College 94-69 Monday evening at Schoenecker Arena.
The Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl champs, women’s basketball extends its win streak, and men’s basketball has a chance to gain ground in the MIAC standings. Reporter Brady Halbmaier has today’s Sports in :60.
The men’s basketball team dropped a school-record 20 three-pointers against Macalester during a 122-74 blowout, lifting the team to fourth place in the MIAC standings.
St. Thomas sports teams close out J-Term with a 4-0 performance Saturday. Production Editor Noah Brown has today’s Sports in :60.
The three-game winning streak of the St. Thomas men’s basketball team ended at the hands of rival St. John’s in a 77-62 game Saturday at Sexton Arena.
The St. Thomas men’s basketball team earned its fourth win in the last five games after a 84-75 victory over St. Olaf Saturday afternoon at Schoenecker Arena.