Goals were in short supply for St. Cloud State in the 4-1 loss to Quinnipiac University April 11 at the Frozen Four in Pittsburgh. Not lacking were fan support and commitment to team and university. St. Cloud State’s first national semifinal brought five members of the undefeated 1962 men’s Husky Hockey team to the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.
View photo galleries from the NCAA Frozen Four semifinals in Pittsburgh on April 11. Click here to view pregame event photos. Photos by Adam Hammer ’05 Huskies vs. Bobcats – 3rd period Huskies vs. Bobcats – 1st period Huskies vs. Bobcats – 2nd period
View photo galleries from the NCAA Frozen Four semifinals in Pittsburgh on April 11. Click here to view pregame event photos. Photos by Adam Hammer ’05 Huskies vs. Bobcats – 2nd period Huskies vs. Bobcats – 1st period Huskies vs. Bobcats – 3rd period
The St. Cloud State University men’s hockey team makes its first appearance at the NCAA Frozen Four on April 11 with a 7 p.m. (CT) first-round showdown against the Quinnipiac Bobcats at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa. The finals take place April 13. For information on traveling to the game, fan get-togethers in
St. Cloud State University students will attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the most people howling on April 26. More world records Here are some other “world’s largest” Guinness World Records set by U.S. universities: Largest game of dodgeball – University of California Largest glowstick design – University of Pittsburgh Largest showball –
Fans were waiting at the St. Cloud Regional Airport on March 31 when the men’s Husky Hockey team arrived after defeating Miami 4-1 in Ohio to advance to the school’s first ever Frozen Four. Video by Athletic Media Relations For weeks Robert Giles Motzko ’89 talked publicly about the selfless, dedicated, complaint-free nature of his
When the Men’s Husky Hockey team claimed a share of the MacNaughton Cup, fans and alumni throughout the country took to the web to declare their pride in their team. Check out what they had to say: [View the story “WCHA title echoes across the Internet” on Storify]