Patrick Reusse | Star Tribune
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Patrick Reusse is a sports columnist who writes two to three columns per week.

Reusse: This Tommies' comeback story is one for any day, any league

Kierstin Anderson-Glass is a candidate to be a Division III All-America as a pitcher nearly three years after suffering a severe concussion.

St. Thomas' fate in MIAC could be announced as soon as today

The college presidents that favored removing the Tommies apparently had the nine votes necessary to do so secured this week.

Reusse: Memories of high school running days rush back in New Prague

Gary Hartmann's desire to organize did not end with New Prague's first cross-country team.

Reusse: Following tragedy, BIR's Copham takes up challenge of 'a racetrack to run'

Jed Copham drowned off the family boat in the waters near the Sanibel Bridge last fall. His wife continues to run Brainerd International Raceway.

Reusse: 29-year-old Minnesota rookie makes emotional MLB debut on Mother's Day

The Rays catcher from Sauk Rapids played before an audience that included his mother, a breast cancer survivor.

Reusse: If Twins victories keep coming, fans will show up too

Twins president Dave St. Peter said mild research indicated that two out of three buyers had not purchased a Twins ticket in three years. Winning, and cheap tickets, hope to change all that.

Reusse: Houlihan's bat is a constant in Gophers' run of softball success

Maddie Houlihan has never lost a Big Ten tournament game while with the Gophers, while also collecting the award for most outstanding player last May

Reusse: UND running back Santiago fighting above his weight for shot in NFL

John Santiago, at 5-9, is one of 36 players on the field for the Vikings for a weekend tryout that can end quickly.

Reusse: Investment in baseball pays off for Gustavus with MIAC title

Brad Baker planned on going to law school, played minor league baseball and stumbled into investment banking before his alma mater called, looking for a baseball coach.

Reusse: Lopez film misses mark on his fate with Wolves, in NBA

Felipe Lopez, the subject of ESPN's latest "30 for 30" documentary, wound up as a backup, not an NBA star.