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floated rightTerence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist

There is a reason that the University of New Hampshire is 5 – 1 in opening round playoff games in the last 6 years (4 -1 on road). There is a reason William & Mary is #1 in the country in “Rushing Defense”, #3 in “Total Defense”, #7 in “Scoring Defense”, and UNDEFEATED @ home. There is a reason that Villanova is the #2 seed in the 2009 FCS playoffs. There is a reason that the University of Richmond are the DEFENDING Champions. There’s a reason all four schools are undefeated against FBS competition this season. Having played an 8 game conference schedule within the CAA, all four teams are BATTLE TESTED.

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MIAC Profiles of Excellence: Ian Bauer, Hamline University

floated rightby Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist

No matter how talented an athlete may be, success is not achieved without a dedication to training and a willingness to work hard. Putting that extra effort in day after day in practice makes it easier to do in the heat of competition. That determination and grit is what separates winners from the rest of the pack. This work ethic has helped Ian Bauer of Hamline University become an All-American runner. The same perseverance puts him on tack to be a success in life beyond college.

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Permalink 12/02/09 , CSN West, CSN Columns

CSN West: Pulling a ‘Rabbit’ Out of the Hat

floated rightBy Kent Schmidt, CSN West Columnist

Admit it, you thought you were seeing an upset in Missoula for the second time in three years. You thought the game was over when the top-seeded Montana Grizzlies trailed South Dakota State 41-14 early in the third quarter, and later 48-21 midway through the third quarter.

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CSN So South: Appalachian State Survives While Elon Just Misses

floated rightBy Myron Hosea, CSN So South Columnist

The playoff fates of Appalachian State and Elon came down to field goals Saturday.

The Phoenix miscued on two kicks in the final 90 seconds – either of which would have tied the game – and lost to defending national champion Richmond, 16-13.

Appalachian State, meanwhile, saw a potential go-ahead field goal attempt for South Carolina State turn into a game-winning touchdown for the Mountaineers. They advanced to the second round with a hard-fought 20-13 triumph over the Bulldogs.

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MIAC Men's Basketball Preview: Pursuing the Top

floated rightby Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has a long and storied history on the basketball court. Hamline won three national championships in the pre-NCAA era, and reached the NCAA Final Four in the 1970s. More recently, Gustavus advanced to the NCAA title game in 2003, losing by one. St. Thomas reached the Final Four in 1994 and the Elite Eight last season. Over a dozen MIAC alums have gone on to play in the NBA, and scores more have played professionally in Europe, Australia and other overseas ports.

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Permalink 11/28/09 , FCS Recap, CSN Staff

FCS Recap: The Scores

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All four seeded teams advanced in the 2009 NCAA Division I Football Championships.

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MIAC Football - NCAA Playoffs: UST Stomps Coe, Advances to Region Final

floated rightby Rich Mies, CSN Mapping the MIAC Columnist

The University of St. Thomas posted a resounding 34-7 win over Coe College in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs. The Tommies received a stellar performance by the defense, as well as a 236-yard rushing game by Ben Wartman to eliminate the Kohawks. The win was UST’s first-ever home playoff win, and enabled the Tommies advance to the West Region final at Linfield (OR) College. The Wildcats hammered Mary Hardin-Baylor 53-21.

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