Success following SCSU’s Charlie Lindgren

 

By Tom Nelson
St. Cloud State University
 

Success has followed Charlie Lindgren throughout his career. As a prep athlete, Lindgren helped guide Lakeville North High School to state tournament appearances and later gained USA Hockey Junior Hockey Goalie of the Year accolades in 2012-13 after charting 40 wins with the Sioux Falls Stampede in the USHL.

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All in the family

Freshman defenseman Jimmy Schuldt is continuing his family’s legacy at St. Cloud State University

 

By Tom Nelson
St. Cloud State University
 

St. Cloud State University’s Jimmy Schuldt may be just a freshman on the nationally-ranked Huskies defensive corps this season, but his connections to the campus go back to the 1980s.

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Harrington brings experience, focus to Mavericks

 

By Amber Dahl
Minnesota State Athletic Communications

They say, “Those who can’t do, teach.” But that is not exactly the case for John Harrington, who is in his first season as head coach of the Minnesota State women’s hockey program.

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Minnesota State’s C.J. Franklin finding his niche

 

By Kelcie Richmond
Minnesota State Athletics
 

Success can have a different meaning to many people. For Minnesota State hockey sophomore forward C.J. Franklin, his success doesn’t always have to show on the stat sheet after a game.

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Jay Dickman won’t let injury be his Achilles’ heel

 

Jay Dickman was determined to find a way into the lineup for the 2015-16 Bemidji State men’s hockey opener. After sitting out the entire 2014-15 season as a redshirt, the Shoreview, Minn., native stayed in Bemidji to train last summer in an attempt to gain an edge. Dickman felt his dedication paying off. But all of that changed June 22 on the last sprint of his morning training session.

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