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.
The women’s basketball team won a 67-64 thriller against rival St. Ben’s, closing out the regular season with a perfect 18-0 conference record.
The St. Thomas women’s basketball team jumped out to a 44-33 lead over rival St. Ben’s at Schoenecker Arena behind 15 points from junior forward Hannah Spaulding.
Head women’s basketball coach Ruth Sinn and guards Lucia Renikoff and Maddie Wolkow join TommieMedia’s Lauren Andrego in The Locker Room.
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
Forward Lauren Fischer sank a last-minute three point shot to force overtime against Augsburg, setting up the Tommies for a thrilling 70-66 win. Reporter Ignacio Garcia has the full story.
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.
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.
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 St. Thomas women’s basketball team extended its winning streak to nine games on Wednesday evening, defeating Gustavus 61-45 at home.
Forward Lauren Fischer was perfect from three as the seventh-rank women’s basketball team cruised past St. Kate’s 79-46 Saturday at Schoenecker Arena.
Women’s basketball coach Ruth Sinn, guard Kaylie Brazil and forward Lauren Fischer join director Lauren Andrego in TommieMedia’s The Locker Room.
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.
After the 2016-17 campaign, which saw a MIAC championship, a 31-1 overall record and a national semifinal appearance, expectations for this year’s team are high.
The St. Thomas women’s basketball team set out for an 11-day trip to Greece beginning Aug. 14 to gain international experience and grow as a team as they prepare for the upcoming season.