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Women's Basketball
11.29 | 5 p.m.
Menomonie, Wis.
at UW-Stout
Men's Basketball
11.29 | 6 p.m.
Superior, Wis.
vs UW-River Falls
Men's Basketball
11.30 | 5 p.m.
Superior, Wis.
at UW-Superior
Women's Basketball
11.30 | 11 a.m./3 p.m.
Menomonie, Wis.
vs TBD
Men's Hockey
12.5 | 7:30 p.m.
Lake Forest, Ill.
at Lake Forest
Women's Track & Field
12.5 | 5 p.m./10 a.m.
Duluth, Minn.
vs The Opener
Men's Track & Field
12.5 | 5 p.m./10 a.m.
Duluth, Minn.
vs The Opener
Men's Hockey
12.6 | 5 p.m.
Lake Forest, Ill.
at Lake Forest
Men's Basketball
12.6 | 7 p.m.
Rochester, Minn.
at Crossroads
Women's Hockey
12.6 | 7 p.m. (ET)
Adrian, Mich.
at Adrian
Men's Hockey
12.7 | 2 p.m.
Aurora, Ill.
at Aurora
Women's Hockey
12.7 | 2 p.m. (ET)
Adrian, Mich.
at Adrian
Women's Basketball
12.8 | 7 p.m.
Moorhead, Minn.
at Concordia (Minn.)
Women's Hockey
12.12 | 4 p.m.
Duluth, Minn.
vs UW-Eau Claire
Men's Nordic Skiing
12.12 |
Marquette, Mich.
at Wildcat Invitational
Women's Nordic Skiing
12.12 |
Marquette, Mich.
at Wildcat Invitational
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Women's Basketball
11.25.14 | 7 p.m.
vs UW-Superior
L 59 - 71
Men's Hockey
11.25.14 | 7 p.m.
vs Saint John's
W 2 - 1
Men's Cross Country
11.22.14 | 11 a.m. (ET)
vs NCAA Championships
N -
Women's Hockey
11.22.14 | 4 p.m.
at Lake Forest
L 1 - 3
Women's Basketball
11.22.14 | 3 p.m.
vs Augsburg
L 47 - 63
Men's Basketball
11.22.14 | 2 p.m.
vs Crown
W 72 - 44
11.22.14 | 12 p.m.
at Saint John's - NCAA First Round
L 7 - 35
Did You Know...
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.
CSS Football AQ

The Football team represented the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference in the NCAA Division III playoffs for the fourth straight year in just its seventh season in 2014.

Men's Soccer 20-win season
The Men's Soccer team reached 20 wins during the 2014 season for the first time in program history.
NCAA Record for Goals Scored in a Season
The Men's Soccer team broke its own program record over the weekend as it currently has 119 goals this season, which is the second-most all-time in NCAA Division III history.
2014 Winning Streak
The Men's Tennis team ended the 2014 season with a program record 18 straight victories, including nine straight 9-0 wins (first-time ever). CSS did not lose a doubles match in 14 straight dual matches.
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.
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)
M/W Track UMAC Outdoor Championships
The Men's and Women's Track & Field teams swept the UMAC Outdoor Championships for the third straight year in 2014.
UMAC Men's Cross Country Champion

On Saturday, the Men's Cross Country team captured its sixth straight UMAC Championship.

Lawson at NCAA Championships
Chris Lawson became the first Men's Cross Country runner to compete at the NCAA Division III Championships in 2014 and posted a program record time of 25:19 for a 95th place finish.
Men's Tennis Wins 18th Straight UMAC Title
The Men's Tennis team clinched its 18th straight UMAC Regular Season title in 2014.
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.
Jenkins NCAA Career
Men's Soccer's Andrew Jenkins finished with 210 career points, which is tied for the fourth-most all-time in NCAA Division III history. His 90 career goals is also the fourth-most in NCAA history.
Women's Soccer Back-to-Back NCAA OT Losses
The Women's Soccer team fell in overtime in the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year in 2014.
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.
First Indoor All-Americans
The Women's Track & Field program earned its first NCAA Division III All-Americans at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships. Chelsea Johnson became the first All-American in program history on Friday, placing seventh in the 5000m. On Saturday, Becky Huberty placed fifth in the shot put and Nicole Christianson tied for eighth in the high jump as both also earned All-American accolades. The Saints placed 31st out of the 61 programs that scored.
Track & Field Indoor Sweep No. 5
Men's and Women's Track & Field swept the UMAC Indoor Track & Field Championships for the fifth straight year in 2014.
Men's Soccer NCAA Tournament

The Men's Soccer team made its third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and fourth overall in 2014.

Kehtel Four 20-goal seasons
Women's Soccer's Kelsey Kehtel became the first St. Scholastica soccer player (male/female) to record at least 20 goals in four straight seasons.
UMAC Unbeaten Streak

The Men's Soccer team is unbeaten in its last 76 UMAC regular season games.

Softball NCAA appearances
Softball made its third NCAA Regional Tournament appearance in the last four seasons in 2014.
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 
Baseball UMAC Championships
Baseball won its 18th straight UMAC regular season championship and 17th consecutive tournament title in 2014.
M/W Skiing Third at Region Championships
The Men's and Women's Nordic Skiing teams combined to finish third at the 2014 Central Region Championships, marking the highest-ever finish at the region championships in the ski program's history.
Four Academic All-Americans
The Football team had four players named a First Team Capital One Academic All-American in in 2013. That was the most for one school than any other NCAA Division III program.
Huberty All-American in Indoor and Outdoor in Same Season
Women's Track & Field's Becky Huberty became the first CSS Track & Field athlete (male/female) to earn All-America accolades at both the NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor Championships in the same year. Huberty finished fourth in the shot put at the 2014 indoor championships and third in the hammer throw at the 2014 outdoor championships.
SaintsCenter: Episode 12 Season 2
SaintsCenter: Episode 12 Season 2
SaintsCenter: Season 2 Episode 11
Inside the Huddle on FSN 11-12-14
SaintsCenter: Season 2 Episode 10 *Special*
SaintsCenter: Season 2 Episode 9
In Depth with Jimmy Lovrien
Inside the Huddle on FSN 10-29-14
SaintsCenter: Season 2 Episode 8 (Halloween Special)
This is Saints Hockey: 2014
SaintsCenter Halloween Promo
UMAC Jerome Kruse Awards
All-Sports Trophy
Directors Cup Finishes
2006-07: 227 of 3122010-11: 157 of 324
2007-08: 105 of 3062011-12: 95 of 318
2008-09: 67 of 3102012-13: 83 of 330
2009-10: 234 of 3112013-14: 72 of 326

Since 2008...
70 Conference Regular Season Championships
34 Postseason Conference Championships
5 Straight UMAC Kruse Awards (All-Sports Trophy)
24 NCAA Tournament Team Appearances
29 NCAA Individual Appearances
30 All-Americans
14 Capital One Academic All-Americans
937 Academic All-Conference selections
Athlete of the Week
Chris  Lawson
Chris Lawson
Men's Cross Country
Abby  Sawyer
Abby Sawyer
Women's Hockey