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  • Goaltender David Hrenak
  • Stick salute to fans after a game
  • Head Coach Brett Larson
  • Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
  • 2019 NCHC Regular Season Champions
  • A packed arena to cheer on the Huskies
  • Forward Easton Brodzinski
  • James W. Miller Center
  • Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility
  • Defenseman Jack Ahcan
  • Forward Nick Poehling

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Denver Rules Both National Polls for First Time this Season

By Paige Shacklett 10/14/2019, 4:30pm EDT

DU Lands at No. 1 in USCHO.com Poll for First Time Since 2017, Leads Five Ranked NCHC Teams

UMD, WMU also victorious Saturday as NCHC teams post 5-1-2 record in non-conference play

DU remains perfect; CC, Omaha and UND victorious in season openers; SCSU, WMU settle for ties

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ST. CLOUD STATE

St. Cloud State University is located on the wooded banks of the Mississippi River, 65 miles northwest of Minneapolis. The university was founded in 1869, just 13 years after the city of St. Cloud, the “Granite City,” was incorporated. With more than 200 majors and over 60 graduate programs, the four-year residential, liberal art and sciences university has students from more than 80 countries. SCSU’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1931-32, first at the Division III level and later at Division II. The Huskies moved to Division I in 1987-88 as an independent. SCSU joined the WCHA in 1990-91. The Huskies play their home games at the newly renovated Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, an Olympic-sized ice sheet with a capacity of 5,159.


QUICK FACTS

Location: St. Cloud, Minn.
Founded: 1869
Enrollment: 14,000
Nickname: Huskies
Colors: Cardinal and Black
President: Dr. Robbyn Wacker
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Bill Hudson
Director of Athletics: Heather Weems
Head Coach: Brett Larson
Alma Mater/Year: UMD/2004
Dir. of Media Relations: Tom Nelson
Office Phone: 320-308-2141
Emailtcnelson@stcloudstate.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (1989)
Rink Dimensions: 100x200 (Olympic)
Capacity: 5,159

  • Goaltender David Hrenak
  • Stick salute to fans after a game
  • Head Coach Brett Larson
  • Herb Brooks National Hockey Center
  • 2019 NCHC Regular Season Champions
  • A packed arena to cheer on the Huskies
  • Forward Easton Brodzinski
  • James W. Miller Center
  • Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility
  • Defenseman Jack Ahcan
  • Forward Nick Poehling

Top Headlines

Denver Rules Both National Polls for First Time this Season

By Paige Shacklett 10/14/2019, 4:30pm EDT

DU Lands at No. 1 in USCHO.com Poll for First Time Since 2017, Leads Five Ranked NCHC Teams

UMD, WMU also victorious Saturday as NCHC teams post 5-1-2 record in non-conference play

DU remains perfect; CC, Omaha and UND victorious in season openers; SCSU, WMU settle for ties

Connect with SCSU


ST. CLOUD STATE

St. Cloud State University is located on the wooded banks of the Mississippi River, 65 miles northwest of Minneapolis. The university was founded in 1869, just 13 years after the city of St. Cloud, the “Granite City,” was incorporated. With more than 200 majors and over 60 graduate programs, the four-year residential, liberal art and sciences university has students from more than 80 countries. SCSU’s first season of collegiate hockey came in 1931-32, first at the Division III level and later at Division II. The Huskies moved to Division I in 1987-88 as an independent. SCSU joined the WCHA in 1990-91. The Huskies play their home games at the newly renovated Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, an Olympic-sized ice sheet with a capacity of 5,159.


QUICK FACTS

Location: St. Cloud, Minn.
Founded: 1869
Enrollment: 14,000
Nickname: Huskies
Colors: Cardinal and Black
President: Dr. Robbyn Wacker
Faculty Rep.: Dr. Bill Hudson
Director of Athletics: Heather Weems
Head Coach: Brett Larson
Alma Mater/Year: UMD/2004
Dir. of Media Relations: Tom Nelson
Office Phone: 320-308-2141
Emailtcnelson@stcloudstate.edu
Home Arena (Opened): Herb Brooks National Hockey Center (1989)
Rink Dimensions: 100x200 (Olympic)
Capacity: 5,159