In what will be perhaps their biggest game of the year thus far, the No. 21 College of Saint Benedict soccer team will travel to Minneapolis Saturday, Oct. 18, to take on the Auggies of Augsburg College. The Blazers are currently in second-place in the MIAC standings, but have played one game less than first-place Concordia. With Concordia's loss to Bethel on Wednesday, Blazers are now in position to control their own destiny.
The No. 24 College of Saint Benedict soccer team (11-2, 5-1 MIAC) will host St. Thomas (6-5-1, 5-2 MIAC) tomorrow (Oct. 14th) in a matchup with large MIAC implications. The two teams are currently tied for third-place in the conference and trail first-place Concordia by four points.
The No. 23 College of Saint Benedict soccer team (10-2, 4-1 MIAC) hosts Bethel University (1-6-3, 1-4 MIAC) this Saturday (Oct. 11th) in their first MIAC matchup since dropping their first conference of the match last Saturday.
The College of Saint Benedict soccer team (10-2, 4-1 MIAC) has always been a MIAC powerhouse. They just secured their 26th straight winning season and have a winning program record against every MIAC school except Macalester. Since 1993, their MIAC record is an astounding 154-57-12 (.730). Over the past four years however, Coach Kimble has seemed eager to move from consistent contender to dominant dynasty, winning two out of the past three MIAC Championships and currently in the hunt to make it three out of the past four.