Entering Tuesday night's game against Mankato West at the Mankato All Seasons Arena, Northfield boys hockey had been outscored 10-2 in the third period through the first five games of the season.
Even after a sloppy first half, Northfield girls basketball still found itself within arm's reach of Rochester John Marshall at halftime Tuesday night at Northfield High School.
First, the Northfield bowling team snuck just past the cut during Saturday’s state tournament in Alexandria by qualifying as the 16th and final team out of 24 competing teams to move into pool play.
The difference for the Northfield wrestling team this year compared to last season was evident after the first match of Saturday’s Cardinal Duals in Coon Rapids.
Senior Will Dittrich tallied a short-handed goal for the St. Olaf College men's hockey team in a 5-1 loss to No. 8 Augsburg on Saturday afternoon at St. Olaf Ice Arena.
Both battling ranked opponents, the Northfield boys hockey and Northfield girls basketball teams, came up one step short Friday night.
With the Wingers flying back into the game, Northfield boys basketball needed a consecutive stretch of productive offensive possessions.
A few minutes after Thursday night’s 6-4 victory against Mankato East/Loyola at Northfield Ice Arena, Northfield boys hockey coach Mike Luckraft spotted junior defenseman Davis Royle trotting out of one of the team’s locker rooms.
Games: Northfield (5-1) at Class A No. 12-ranked Thief River Falls (3-3), 6 p.m., Friday; Northfield (5-1) at Class A No. 2-ranked Warroad (5-3-1), noon, Saturday.
Games: Mankato East (0-2-1) at Northfield (1-2), 7:15 p.m., Thursday; Class A No. 8-ranked Alexandria (2-1) at Northfield (1-2), 7:15 p.m., Friday.
A blistering start to the year got even hotter last weekend for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire men’s hockey team at the PrimeLink Great Northern ShootOut Championship in Plattsburgh, New York.
In its first test of the season, the Northfield wrestling team validated its preseason ranking as the sixth best team in Class AAA.
Lake Forest College, which is receiving votes in the USCHO.com national poll, swept the St. Olaf men’s hockey team over Thanksgiving Weekend at Alumni Memoiral Fieldhouse in Illinois.
Games: Northfield (5-0) vs. St. Cloud (1-3), 7:30 p.m., Friday, MAC Arena; Northfield (4-0) vs. Sartell/Sauk Rapids (2-2-1), 12:30 p.m., Saturday, MAC Arena.
In an early test against a traditional Section 1AA power, the Northfield boys hockey team traded punches with Lakeville North through the opening two periods at Ames Arena in Lakeville.
At the end of last season, Paige Haley, then still an assistant coach for the Northfield girls hockey team, delivered more or less the same speech to each player returning this year for the Raiders.
During a weekend sweep of Hamilton, Williams College junior defender Brynn Puppe broke onto the scoresheet for the first time this season.
While the Northfield bowling team certainly wasn’t at its best during the super regional Saturday, it still did just enough to qualify for the state tournament Dec. 7 in Alexandria.
Five members of the St. Olaf College women’s basketball team reached double figures as the Oles downed Saint Mary’s University, 70-61, in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) opener Saturday afternoon at Saint Mary’s Gym.
With All-Americans Amanda Mosborg and Clara Mayfield leading the way, the No. 6-ranked Carleton College women’s cross country team captured fifth place at the 2019 NCAA Championships. That matches the program’s best-ever result at nationals and marks the 11th time a Carleton team in any spor…
Senior Kyle Rimbach scored just 14 seconds into overtime to give the St. Olaf College men’s hockey team a 4-3 victory over Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) foe Hamline University on Saturday evening at TRIA Rink.
Each time it appeared the Northfield boys hockey team had pocketed a season-opening win, Faribault seemed to claw its way back into the contest.
With both Faribault and Northfield girls hockey teams undefeated entering Thursday night’s clash at Northfield Ice Arena, plenty of questions were going to be answered: Were the quick starts indicative of success throughout the rest of the season, would there be a shift in the Big 9 Conferen…
Without a goal in the first two games of the season, Northfield junior forward Jessica Boland burst onto the scoresheet in a big way during Tuesday's 8-0 victory at Albert Lea (2-3, 0-3 Big 9 Conference).
With seasons wrapped up for eight of Northfield’s fall sports teams (the bowling squad is the only group still competing) the Raiders landed 30 athletes on all-conference lists with another 14 earning honorable mention recognition.
Five members of the St. Olaf College men's basketball team scored in double figures at the Oles downed Bethany Lutheran, 82-77, in the home opener at Bob Gelle Court on Saturday afternoon.
In a game which featured a clash of two contrasting offensive schemes, Concordia College-Moorhead’s methodical double-wing option offense bested Carleton College’s fast-paced “Air Raid” passing attack, 54-21, to put a bit of a damper on the Senior Day festivities at Laird Stadium.