Proud Past, Bright Future
Roll Toms - Cheering for the Home Team
The University of St. ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½ has a strong tradition of excellence in athletics, leading us to make the unprecedented leap directly into D-I from D-III in Fall 2021. St. ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½ has a reputation for academic and athletic success, and our athletes and coaches are flourishing in the new division. Learn more about the St. ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½ transition to D-1
D-I Sports Need D-I fans
As we continue building Minnesota's first private D-I collegiate athletics program (and the second D-I program in the state), we're also building new traditions and experiences for fans.
Help us carry on the Tommie traditions and make some new ones of your own. Show off your purple pride and see history in action - experience every puck drop, every kick-off and every buzzer beater this season!
Visit the for all the details of our Athletics program. You can also contribute to the .
Prospective student athletes are invited to .
Follow Your Favorite Sports Team
At St. ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½, purple pride runs deep, and our fans are loud and proud and always number one.
Our national champion Dance Team, Cheer Team and Mascot help rally fans and add fun and excitement to many games.
Find Your Sport
Whether it’s hockey, basketball, swimming or one of our many other sports, you’ll have countless opportunities to join your fellow Tommies to cheer on your favorite teams.
Athletics News from Tommie Sports
Wes Lorrens named to Summit League All-Academic Team
Lorrens has earned a 3.72 Cumulative GPA and played in all 16 matches this season while wearing the captain armband.
December 6, 2023
Track & Field opens indoor season Friday at M City Classic
Tommies to compete in lone meet before holiday break
December 5, 2023
Menâ€™s Basketball returns home to host Milwaukee
Tommies put undefeated home record on display against Panthers
December 4, 2023
Esten named to Twin Cities Business TCB100
Esten named to list for first time as St. ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½ AD
December 2, 2023
Womenâ€™s Hockey drops game two to Minnesota State
Hause scores on the power play and Frank makes 47 saves in Tommies 3-1 loss to the Mavericks