Mike Kaszuba

Reporter | Sports
Phone: 651-222-1672
Mike Kaszuba has been a reporter at the Star Tribune for 29 years and has covered a wide range of topics, including sports, government agencies and the state of Minnesota.

Recent content from Mike Kaszuba

Reversing U's sagging ticket sales a complex issue

Packing Williams Arena isn't so easy anymore, but Gophers officials are trying to revive soft ticket sales.

Updated: December 19, 2012, - 07:29 PM

In St. Paul, pain of NHL lockout more a pinch than a punch

Income from sales and lodging taxes, one barometer of a city's economic health, hasn't shown a broad effect.

Updated: December 19, 2012, - 12:31 PM

Breck stands by coach under review by lawyer ethics panel

Boys' basketball coach Matthew McCollister directed clients to competitor.

Updated: November 26, 2012, - 11:12 PM

Seat license fees are prevalent in the NFL; Packers charge $2,000

Though personal licenses have been regularly used by NFL teams, they do remain a sticky issue. The governor's concern over any use by Vikings might have more to do with their potential cost.

Updated: November 15, 2012, - 10:33 AM

With owner for Stars set, questions emerge about MLS

William McGuire's decision to buy the NASL franchise clashes with the Vikings' new ties to Major League Soccer.

Updated: November 09, 2012, - 07:02 AM

Nov. 5: Hoffner is worlds apart from thriving Mankato team

In the courtroom, banished coach Todd Hoffner is living a nightmare. On the football field, the Mavericks are one victory away from a perfect regular season.

Updated: November 05, 2012, - 07:22 AM

Schools' sports turf is artificial, but cost concerns are real

As districts struggle financially, new turf fields can cost $1 million each. By the end of this year, the FieldTurf company will have installed its 60th artificial turf field at colleges and high schools in Minnesota.

Updated: October 20, 2012, - 12:03 PM

Two Racing Commission officials being investigated by state

Details were sketchy about state budget office inquiries.

Updated: October 17, 2012, - 06:52 AM

Gagliardi trying to avoid Johnnies' first losing season since '67

As John Gagliardi faces the possibility of his first losing season in 45 years, rumors of retirement begin to swirl.

Updated: October 12, 2012, - 06:37 AM

What's to learn from Lou Gehrig's death?

For 71 years, since the death of the legendary New York Yankee baseball star from ALS, the Mayo Clinic has kept his records private, citing federal rules and state law. Some state legislators want his medical records revealed.

Updated: October 09, 2012, - 08:40 AM

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