St. Cloud State University has more than 250 clubs and organizations. From joining a fraternity, Bowling Club, Swing Dancing Club or Chess Club there are numerous choices, but if you’re an outdoorsmen one may stand out above the rest. The Husky Bass Fishing Club is starting its sixth year and is growing bigger every season.
Former St. Cloud State University wrestler Jacob R. “Jake” Horn ’13 turned to motorcycles when he landed a job with Polaris. Graduating from St. Cloud State in May 2013 with a degree in electrical engineering and a minor in optics, Horn wasted no time getting hired by Polaris. He began working for Polaris as an
Q: What has been the most satisfying aspect of coaching Husky Basketball? A: The relationships that I have developed over the years. It has been a privilege to coach at St. Cloud State for all these years in a job that I have truly loved. To have a chance to do something every day that you
In its first season in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC), the 27 student-athletes of men’s Husky Hockey won the Penrose Cup league title. The Huskies defeated Colorado College 4-1 March 8 in Colorado Springs and were awarded the Penrose Cup in a locker room ceremony. Coach Bob Motzko ‘87 and the 21-8-5 Huskies finished
A big rock riff, an in-your-face beat and an AC/DC-like chant courtesy of Minnesota rock guitar virtuoso Paul “Stretch” Diethelm ‘03 is part of a new pre-game multimedia experience at Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/114589888″ params=”color=990000&auto_play=false&show_artwork=true” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] The “Husky Hockey Song” was written, performed and recorded by Diethelm in his
St. Cloud State begins play in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) this season. The Huskies join the league along with former Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) rivals Colorado College, University of Denver, University of Minnesota Duluth, University of Nebraska at Omaha and University of North Dakota. Former Central Collegiate Hockey Association teams Miami University
Eight former Husky greats, representing seven different sports competing from the 1960s to 2005, were inducted into the St. Cloud State University Athletic Hall of Fame in October during a morning ceremony at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. Minnesota Twins television play-by-play announcer and St. Cloud State alumnus Dick Bremer ’78 was the master
With four words, the men’s Husky Hockey coach electrified the crowd in the atrium of the renovated and expanded Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. “It can happen here,” said Bob Motzko, to about 1,000 people gathered Sept. 28 to see the results of a $14.7 million expansion and renovation investment — $6.5 million from the