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The Athletics Department of The College of St. Scholastica is pleased to announce the spring schedules for participating men’s and women’s programs.


Junior Matt Forrest pictured for Saints Baseball

Junior Matt Forrest

Warm weather conditions in the area bring good news to the baseball program as they will be opening their season on Feb. 26 at Wade Stadium versus North Central University before heading to the Russmatt Invitational in Davenport, FL from March 8-15.

They look forward to improving last year’s overall record of 9-24 and conference record of 7-13 under the new leadership of Brooks Repking. The program’s fifth head baseball coach, Repking stated, “I will do everything in my power to uphold the standard of the people who came before me.”


Freshman Connor O'Hara pictured for Saints Golf

Freshman Connor O’Hara

The men’s and women’s golf teams are back in action for their spring season and will open up their season over the weekend of April 13. The men’s team will compete in the Augsburg Men’s Spring Invitational, while the women’s team will play in the Gustie Spring Invite.

Outdoor Track & Field

Junior Mia Case and Sophomore Jaden Ellefson pictured for Saints Track & Field

Junior Mia Case and Sophomore Jaden Ellefson

The track teams will open their season on April 6 at the Hamline Invitational at Klas Field in St. Paul, MN. They will return to Klas Field for the MIAC Outdoor Championship on the weekend of May 6. The NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships will be held in Myrtle Beach, SC at the end of May.


Junior Lauren Laviano pictured for Saints Softball

Junior Lauren Laviano

New Head Softball coach Kallee Wilkins will lead the softball program in the 2024 season, starting with back-to-back games against the University of Wisconsin-Stout and Buena Vista University as part of the Bethany Lutheran Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 24. She shares, “I am looking forward to the experiences that I will learn here and I’m excited to bring my good and challenging experiences to the table and show this team we are and will be a team, on and off the field”.

The team is on the road until Tuesday, April 9, when they take on Augsburg University at Kenwood Field. They are hopeful that the home-field advantage will help; when they competed against the Auggies in 2023, they left Minneapolis, MN with split scores of 4-2 and 2-10.


Senior Martina Garcia pictured for Saints Tennis

Senior Martina Garcia

Saints Tennis began their spring season at home over the weekend of Feb. 16, where the men lost to the University of Wisconsin-Superior 3-6 and the women won 9-0. They’ll have a few more games before taking a trip down to Orlando, FL in early March for a handful of matches.

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