DULUTH, Minn. – The College of Saint Scholastica is doing all it can to combat the recent increase of flu spreading around the campus. The student health service at the college has seen an increase in the influenza virus recently. So, members of student health service handed out flue kits Wednesday afternoon which included disinfectant wipes and one-time use thermometers….
College of Saint Scholastica
DULUTH, Minn.-The College of Saint Scholastica welcomed their newest Saint Monday morning. Dr. Barbara McDonald officially had her first day as President of the college. During a welcome ceremony, she was able to meet students and faculty who say she’s exactly what they school needs. “She brings a lot of experience with first generation students, which is a large portion…
Maurer is going in to her third season as the CSS kickers and punters coach.
A woman football coach turns head, but there is much more to St. Scholastica’s kickers and punters coach than her gender.
14-7 Start to Season
The St. Scholastica baseball team is preparing for it’s first two game conference home series of the season this weekend, when it welcome’s Crown University to town.The Saints are off to another great start to the their season thanks in part to strong veteran leadership and a dash of some really good young players.”Good mix of veterans and young guys willing to put in the effort every day, but there is definitely room to improve,” said junior Austin Colvard.”We have guys, juniors and seniors, who necessarily aren’t playing big roles on the field but provide great leadership when we are inside for our practice sessions. It’s a pretty good crew that we have from our rookies all the way to our veteran leaders,” said Saints coach Corey Kemp.
After Undergoing Many Renovations, the New Turf is Ready for Play
FOX 21’s Stef Manisero takes us to the newly renovated Wade Stadium
Mark Wick Out Indefinitely with "Medical Issue"
With only four games left in the regular season, Saint Scholastica’s hockey team is without its leader.The school announced Wednesday Head Coach Mark Wick is taking an indefinite leave of absence because of medical issues.Wick’s 145 wins are the most in CSS program history.Assistant Coach Ben Gordon takes over on an interim basis, starting with this weekend’s series at St. Norbert.