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MIAC Profiles of Excellence: Cory Johnson, Concordia College

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist Many college-bound students look at colleges that are distant from their home, allowing them to be more independent. Others prefer to stay closer to home for various reasons. Cory Johnson decided to attend… more »

MIAC Basketball: 2008-09 CSN Preseason Awards

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist Preseason Most Valuable Player Zach Johnson of Carleton and Player of the Year Tim Madson of Bethel lead the fourth annual College Sporting News 2008-09 All-MIAC Preseason All- Conference Team. Joining the… more »

It's a New Day: MIAC 2008-09 Basketball Season Preview

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist As the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference prepares to tip-off its 87th season of competition, the buzzword around the league is “new.” This year, there is a medley of new things scattered all ov… more »

MIAC Profiles of Excellence: Katie Theisen, University of St. Thomas

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist Younger siblings often are overshadowed by their older siblings, particularly if the older one is a good athlete or excels in the classroom. Most younger siblings establish an identity of their own over ti… more »

MIAC Profiles of Excellence: Brandon Gleason, Hamline University

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist While nearly every athlete has had to cope with injuries of varying natures, few have had to deal with as serious an injury as Brandon Gleason had to overcome. The Hamline University cross country and trac… more »

MIAC Profiles of Excellence: Katie McCaffrey, University of St. Thomas

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist College student-athletes choose their school for a variety of reasons. Some attend a school because of family tradition of going there; others decide to enroll at a college because of a good rapport with a… more »

MIAC Football Week Nine: Ye Olde Johnnie Magic Lifts SJU to 30th MIAC Title

by Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist Mixing a dollop of “Ye Olde Johnnie Magic” with a stubborn defensive effort, Saint John’s University captured its 30th Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship Saturday. Joe Boyle laid a… more »

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