Tag Archive | "2011"

Men’s basketball remains undefeated

 

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Coaches had a meeting with the players in the halfway of the game.
No one can stop Kenquane Brown from performing the short jump shoot. And he scored 2points for the husky.
Shaun Jensen as a guard in the basketball team has earn the highest points with 17 vs. Southwest Minnesota State
Tim Bergstraser is defending the husky from the opponent.
Tim Bergstraser as a center player and try to score for huasky with the short jump shoot.

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Men’s hockey ties; loses first home game

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David Eddy from husky is competing agaisnt the player from bemiji.
Nothing can stop huskies to strike the disk and get points even one of the huskies fell.
Nick Jensen (DET) is chasing the disk and blocking bemiji at the same time.
The deadly strike from bemiji had been blocked by huskies !
Everyone is throwing the plushie toys to the ice rink for the local Toys For Tots campaign.
Nick Oliver (NASH) from husky is making his way out from Bemidji.

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Diving Wins at Home

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Christ White the junior from SCSU is doing great in both games.
Luke Weber the four times All-American Diver took part in the Friday and Saturday games.
Diver from the other university is doing great in the games.
Christ White, the diver from SCSU had earn himself All-American Honor.
A perfect score had been given by the judges for this dive.
Husky conquered the pool for the both games on friday and saturday.

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A lazy girl’s guide to staying fit in winter

As students, many of us are lacking time and money, two things most people think they need to get a good work out. Wintertime, particularly around the holidays, is perhaps the toughest time of year to get any sort of exercise.

Between finals and all the other things that take up our lives, it is hard to feel like setting aside time to get to the gym.

However, as a fitness instructor once told me, the point at which people are so busy and stressed that they give up on working out, that is exactly the time when our bodies need exercise the most. Physical and mental well-being are aided when we get the right amount of exercise, eat right, and get enough rest.

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Love, trust combined in ‘King Stag’

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‘The King Stag’ was performed Nov. 29 – Dec. 4.

“The King Stag” by Carlo Gozzi, directed by Carol Cooley, is a comedy that utilizes puppets, masks and actors to tell the story of King Deramo and his struggle with love, trust, and the abuse of power. From Nov. 29 through Dec. 4, the play was performed in the Performing Arts Center.

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Men’s hockey ties; loses first home game

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Nick Oliver fights his way past BSU players in Saturday’s game.

SCSU men’s hockey team continued their undefeated streak on home ice this past Friday evening with a 6-6 tie against Bemidji State University at the National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn.

Just five minutes into the first period, Bemidji States Aaron McLeod scored to give the Beavers a 1-0 lead. Taylor Johnson of the Huskies got his first shot on net with a slap shot from the blue line which was taken away by BSU’s goaltender.

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Swimming breaks 4 school records

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Men’s diving took the first three places in the men’s 1-meter event.

Four SCSU swimming records were broken over the weekend when the men and women’s swim team traveled to the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Invitational.

The Huskies were able to win 15 out of the 34 events over the course of the two-day competition.

Alex Bryson, Bob Simson, Napoleon Howell, and the men’s medley relay team set new records for SCSU.

Bryson, a freshman from Appleton, Wisc., won the men’s 1650 with a new record time of 15:39.95.

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Men’s basketball remains undefeated

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Kenquane Brown goes for a 2-point jump shot.

Both weekend games for the men’s basketball team helped the Huskies add to their undefeated record so far this season. On Friday night the Huskies dominated the University of Mary, then went on to beat out Northern State University on Saturday. With six total wins this season, the Huskies are 2-0 in the conference.

Friday’s Game

The SCSU men’s basketball team cruised to a 78-55 victory over the University of Mary in their NSIC opener Friday night at Halenbeck Hall. The Huskies, paced by junior Theo Rothstein’s 21 points, moved to 5-0 overall.

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Making and keeping your healthy New Years’ resolutions

Whether it’s joining a health club, dieting, or even quitting a bad habit, a New Year’s resolution is a good guideline for improving daily life and health.  Sticking with a resolution is difficult, but so rewarding in the long run. There are many ways that you can realize your New Year’s resolution.

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Graduation giveaway: 5 tips to college success

One more week and we will be out of school, and this marks my last entry for the Chronicle. From a beginning writer to the dominion over the opinion desk, my life is turned around by the opportunities offered to me at the Chronicle. Allow me to hereby thank the paper for its generosity and professionalism.

Now as an outgoing senior (and since I am not chosen as the class valedictorian), I am urged to write about some tips to make the most out of your college years. Here are some takeaways that I would like to offer to current students and the soon-to-be graduates, most of which you don’t find on Google.

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