2015 Sports The Area's Most Trusted Sports Source

                2014-2015 Sports Boosters

Frandsen Bank & Trust JP Plumbing and Heating
Chuck Spaeth Ford Sleepy Eye and New Ulm Farmers Coop of Hanska
Hy-Vee Joni’s Restaurant and Catering
M & L Computer Nutter Clothing
New Ulm Body Shop and Glass Front Street Repair
Maday Motors Kohl’s Weelborg 
New Ulm Bus Lines Klassen Plumbing and Heating
MR Paving and Excavating Ericksen Construction
United Prairie Bank Jensen Motors
New Ulm Dental Snowman Construction
Bank Midwest Noble RV
Shyd’s Body Shop Paul Torkelson
State Farm – Don Sanderson Agency ARR
Perkins Stadick Body Shop 
Alliance Bank Northern Insulation
Happy Joes’ Pizza and Ice Cream Parlor Nicklasson Athletic
NU Tire  Riverview Sanitation
Gag’s Sheet Metal Hoffman Construction
Cash Wise Pauls Electric
Citizens Bank MN Heartland Tire
Mike’s Collision  
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves resume their six-game homestand tonight against the San Antonio Spurs at Target Center. Minnesota is 1-and-3 on the stand so far following Monday’s 100-98 setback to Portland. The T’wolves are 18-and-27 on the …

    Keep Reading >>

    06 Feb 13
  • Gustavus Smyth POW

    The Gustavus men’s hockey team helped itself out in the race for MIAC postseason bids by sweeping Hamline over the weekend. Junior Adam Smyth (Burnsville, Minn.) was the Gusties’ main offensive catalyst in the sweep, …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • Sports-Results

    MIAC Womens Basketball: Gustavus 70 Macalester 55, Carelton 66 St Olaf 47,

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • College Hockey Rankings

    The University of Minnesota men’s and women’s hockey teams continue to hold down the top spots in the USCHO.com national polls. The Golden Gopher women are undefeated at 26-and-0 and have won 36 straight games. …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • Blazers Hang On, Defeat Wolves

    Former Blazer Dante Cunningham’s long jumper as time expired was short and Portland survived a furious comeback by Minnesota, 100-98. The Blazers led by 17 points with six-and-a-half minutes left in the game but Minnesota …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • Coyotes Edge Wild

    Phoenix goalie Mike Smith made 32 saves to lead the Coyotes to a 2-1 win over the visiting Wild. Martin Hanzal and Lauri Korpikoski each lit the lamp for Phoenix. It was the fourth goal …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • gustiemen

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13
  • Gustie Men win 3rd Straight

    Gustavus senior Reed Sallstrom converts a free throw, finishing off a 3 point play in the second half of the Gustie 74 to 49 win over Macalester. The Gustie’s had three in double figures, lead …

    Keep Reading >>

    05 Feb 13