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Softball
2.26 | 12 p.m.
Rochester. Minn.
vs Luther
Women's Tennis
2.26 | 2 p.m.
Virginia, Minn.
vs Minnesota Morris
Men's Tennis
2.26 | 4 p.m.
Virginia, Minn.
vs Minnesota Morris
Men's Track & Field
3.4 | 10:30 a.m.
Stevens Point, Wis.
at Pointer Qualifier
Women's Track & Field
3.4 | 10:30 a.m.
Stevens Point, Wis.
at Pointer Qualifier
Men's Tennis
3.4 | 3 p.m.
White Bear Lake, Minn.
vs Luther
Women's Tennis
3.4 | 3 p.m.
White Bear Lake, Minn.
vs Luther
Men's Nordic Skiing
3.9 |
Jackson, N.H.
vs NCAA Championships
Women's Nordic Skiing
3.9 |
Jackson, N.H.
vs NCAA Championships
Men's Track & Field
3.10 |
Naperville, Ill.
vs NCAA Championships
Women's Track & Field
3.10 |
Naperville, Ill.
vs NCAA Championships
Baseball
3.10 | 9 a.m. (ET)
Lakeland, Fla.
vs Spalding (DH)
Baseball
3.10 | 12 p.m. (ET)
Lakeland, Fla.
vs Spalding (DH)
Women's Nordic Skiing
3.11 |
Jackson, N.H.
vs NCAA Championships
Men's Nordic Skiing
3.11 |
Jackson, N.H.
vs NCAA Championships
Baseball
3.11 | 9:30 a.m. (ET)
Auburndale, Fla.
vs Cornell (Iowa)
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Softball
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Softball
vs Luther
12 p.m.
Preview  
Women's Tennis
vs Minnesota Morris
2 p.m.
Preview  
Men's Tennis
vs Minnesota Morris
4 p.m.
Preview  
   
Softball
2.26.17 | 10 a.m.
vs Simpson
L 2 - 3
Men's Basketball
2.25.17 | 7:30 p.m.
at Northwestern (Minn.)
L 108 - 112
Men's Hockey
2.25.17 | 7 p.m.
at St. Norbert
L 0 - 4
Softball
2.25.17 | 7 p.m.
vs Nebraska Wesleyan
L 2 - 8
Women's Hockey
2.25.17 | 7 p.m.
at Lake Forest
W 2 - 0
Softball
2.25.17 | 5 p.m.
vs St. Catherine
L 0 - 14
Women's Indoor Track and Field
2.25.17 | 12 p.m.
vs UMAC Championships
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Did You Know...
Wagner National Runner-Up
Men's Track & Field's Kevin Wagner runner-up finish in the heptathlon at the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championships is the best finish in program history.
Men's Basketball Scores over 100 twice
The Men's Basketball team scored over 100 points three times during the 2015-16 season. That marked the first time the team has scored over 100 points three times in a year since the 1998-99 season.
Christianson Multiple All-America honors
Nicole Christianson became the program's second Women's Track & Field athlete to earn multiple All-America honors in a career.
Hovland Youngest to Compete at Nationals
Women's Cross Country's Casey Hovland was the youngest CSS runner to qualify as an individual for the NCAA Cross Country Championships in program history in 2015.
UMAC Win Streak
The Football team has won 33 consecutive Upper Midwest Athletic Conference games and 24 straight UMAC road games.
Wagner NCAA Championship Appearances
Men's Track & Field's Kevin Wagner is the only Saint to make four consecutive NCAA Championship appearances in the same event (Decathlon-Outdoors). Including the indoor season, he made a total of six Nationals appearances, also setting a program record.
Men's Tennis Wins 20th Straight UMAC Title
The Men's Tennis team clinched its 20th straight UMAC Regular Season title in 2016.
Career Placement
97 percent of St. Scholastica graduates are in career fields or graduate school within six months of graduation. (based on five year average)
Graduate in 4 Years Guaranteed
At many colleges it may take 5 or 6 years to graduate with a "four-year" degree. At CSS, first year undergraduates who follow a few simple guidelines will graduate in four years - guaranteed - or subsequent years are free.
UMAC Men's Cross Country Champion

The Men's Cross Country team has captured the UMAC Championship seven of the last eight seasons.

Wagner Multiple All-Americans
Kevin Wagner became the program's first Men's Track & Field athlete to earn multiple All-America honors (three total) in a career.
UMAC Unbeaten Streaks

Men's Soccer currently holds the NCAA collegiate record with 110 games without a loss in conference regular season and conference tournament play. It also held a NCAA record 69-game UMAC winning streak from 2012-2016.

Men's Basketball First Outright UMAC Title
Men's Basketball captured its first outright UMAC Regular Season Championship during the 2015-16 season. It was the program's fifth league title overall.
CCSA Champions
The Men's and Women's Nordic Skiing teams swept the Central Collegiate Ski Association (CCSA) Conference championships for the first time in program history in 2015.
Hovland in 2016
Junior Casey Hovland became Women's Cross Country's fourth NCAA All-American in 2016. She finished third at the NCAA Central Region Championship, the second-highest in program history at a NCAA region meet. She then ran the second-fastest time in program history to finish 33rd at the NCAA Championships.
Men's Soccer NCAA Tournament

The Men's Soccer team made its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and sixth overall in 2016.

A Top-Ranked College
U.S.News & World Report magazine consistently ranks The College of St. Scholastica among the best colleges and universities in the region for academic excellence.
Track & Field Indoor Sweep No. 7
Men's and Women's Track & Field swept the UMAC Indoor Track & Field Championships for the seventh straight year in 2016.
Women's Cross Country UMAC Champion
The Women's Cross Country team captured its 15th UMAC Championship in the last 16 years in 2016.
Schommer First NCAA All-American
Men's Skiing's Paul Schommer became the program's first NCAA All-American in 2014 as he placed 8th in the 20km freestyle at the NCAA Skiing Championships. Schommer was the top Division III finisher in both races at the NCAA Championships.
Men's Tennis UMAC streak
The Men's Tennis team has won 144 consecutive UMAC regular season dual matches. 
Women's Golf Wins UMAC
In only its second season, the Women's Golf team won the UMAC Championship by 72 strokes in 2016.
CSS Football AQ

The Football team has represented the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference in the NCAA Division III playoffs five times in nine seasons.

Nina Waidacher Bronze Medalist
Women's Hockey Nina Waidacher became St. Scholastica's first Olympic Medalist when she captured the Bronze with Team Switzerland at the 2014 Sochi Games.
Wagner First Outdoor All-American
Men's Track & Field's Kevin Wagner became the first CSS male to become an All-American at the Outdoor Championships when he placed fourth in the Decathlon at the 2015 championships.
Johnson First NCAA Champion
Women's Cross Country's Chelsea Johnson became the school's first NCAA Division III National Champion by winning the 2013 Women's Cross Country National Championships by 11 seconds with a time of 21:11.7 
Undefeated at Home
Men's Golf has not lost an event that takes place in Duluth. Going 3-for-3 up to this point.
Baseball UMAC Championships
Baseball won its 20th straight UMAC regular season championship and 19th consecutive tournament title in 2016.
Wagner Third Place 2016 Decathlon
Men's Track & Field's Kevin Wagner finished a program-best third in the Decathlon at the 2016 NCAA Outdoor Championships to earn All-America honors for the second straight year.
Women's Soccer NCAA Appearances

The Women's Soccer team has made eight NCAA Tournament appearances in the last 10 years.

Saints in Sixty - Episode 15
Feb.17.17
Saints in Sixty - Episode 15
Feb.09.17
Saints in 60 - Episode 14
Feb.02.17
Saints in 60 - Epsiode 13
Jan.26.17
Saints in 60: Episode 12
Dec.13.16
2016 St. Scholastica Athletics Hall of Fame Video
Dec.16.16
30 Questions with Women's Basketball
Dec.15.16
Saints in 60: Episode 10
Dec.12.16
Team Secrets: Men's Hockey
Dec.07.16
Saints in 60: Episode 9
Nov.17.16
Saints in 60: Episode 8
 
UMAC Jerome Kruse Awards
All-Sports Trophy
1996-97
1997-98
1999-00
2005-06
2006-07
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Directors Cup Finishes
2006-07: 227 of 312 2011-12: 95 of 318
2007-08: 105 of 306 2012-13: 83 of 330
2008-09: 67 of 310 2013-14: 72 of 326
2009-10: 234 of 311 2014-15: 84 of 322
2010-11: 157 of 324 2015-16: 76 of 323

Since 2008...
95 Regular Season Conference Championships
43 Postseason Conference Championships
7 Straight UMAC Kruse Awards (All-Sports Trophy)
35 NCAA Tournament Team Appearances
48 NCAA Individual Appearances
29 First or Second Team All-Americans
19 Capital One Academic All-Americans
1217 Academic All-Conference selections
1 NCAA National Champion
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