PEACE GARDEN MAMA II meaningful mondays: 'dawn of day' - book of remembrance
Sunday morning, I had the privilege of being cantor for our early-morning Mass. Thankfully, the time change made turning this night owl into an early bird a little more tolerable.
Also making it more... Posted on 11/4/13 at 1:03 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Saints want new home, too
The Vikings stadium debate steals all of the ink and airtime in the Minnesota Capitol, but the colorful St. Paul Saints baseball team also wants to new place to play.
The Saints, known for wild and p... Posted on 2/27/12 at 11:58 AM
GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG Saints-Vikings: Not at all what I expected
So much for that shootout between two quarterbacks who dominated defenses last season.
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees and Minnesota Vikings QB Brett Favre combined for a little more than 400 yard... Posted on 9/10/10 at 12:03 AM
COLLEGE MEN'S HOCKEY: Like most NCAA Division III college hockey observers, St. Scholastica coach Mark Wick had a hard time believing the score of St. Norbert’s game against No. 1-ranked Adrian last Friday night.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Mariah Hovick scored 20 points and dished out five assists to lead St. Scholastica to its sixth consecutive victory, 76-48 over Northland in an Upper Midwest Athletic Conference matchup Tuesday in Ashland.
Former Virginia standout Alexis Gunderson helped lead the St. Scholastica women’s tennis team to a 9-0 sweep of Minnesota Duluth in their season-opening match on Friday at Arrowhead Tennis Center in Duluth.
COLLEGE HOCKEY: When questioned at the inaugural National Collegiate Hockey Conference media day, first-year Denver men’s hockey coach Jim Montgomery acknowledged he had no idea how the Pioneers would fare this season.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Caitlin McKernon led three players in double figures with 13 points and St. Scholastica held Northland College to 17 percent shooting from the field in a 71-27 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference victory Tuesday at Reif Gymnasium.
COLLEGE WOMEN'S HOCKEY: Wisconsin-Superior scored two first-period goals and Shanley Peters stopped all 14 shots in a 2-0 victory over St. Scholastica on Tuesday in a nonconference game pitting a pair of top-10 teams at Mars Lakeview Arena.
COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL: St. Scholastica outscored Northland College, 38-26, in the second half and used a 29-2 edge in bench scoring to win the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference game, 63-50, Tuesday at Reif Gymnasium.
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