Brian Stensaas

Digital editor, producer, reporter | Sports
Phone: 612-673-4127
Brian Stensaas has worked in the Star Tribune sports department since 2004. He’s covered a number of sports teams from high schools to the pros and all things golf. Brian currently works nights as an editor/producer on the startribune.com/sports website.

Recent content from Brian Stensaas

Twenty years of Saints baseball

A look back at the stars, the stats, the promotions and, of course, the pigs.

Updated: May 16, 2012, - 11:53 PM

Chanhassen's Voas homers three times in game

At 185 feet from home plate, Chanhassen's softball fence isn't the toughest barrier to break. But a home run is...

Updated: May 15, 2012, - 05:10 PM

Rosemount, Eagan ignite lacrosse rivalry

With a new trophy on the line, the girls' lacrosse teams from Rosemount and Eagan played to a dramatic finish last week in their only scheduled meeting of the season.

Updated: May 15, 2012, - 05:03 PM

Despite late miscues, Rask advances to section

The former Gophers golfer's last two holes were a mess, but he still managed to shoot 69 to move on in U.S. Open qualifying.

Updated: May 09, 2012, - 12:48 AM

Farmington 'natural' not satisfied

Nadia Lorencz, one of the state's top jumpers and hurdlers, took up track just two years ago, almost by accident.

Updated: May 08, 2012, - 05:09 PM

Eastview slap-hitter makes her foes pay

Standing 5-feet tall (on a good day), Eastview's Ariana Hipolito doesn't pose much of a threat in the softball batter's box. Rightfully so, defenses tend to play in when the short lefty is up to bat.

Updated: May 08, 2012, - 04:58 PM

Eden Prairie does the 1-2 shuffle

An injury to the Eagles' top tennis player has put doubles partners in new roles.

Updated: May 08, 2012, - 04:23 PM

Cretin-Derham Hall star's clubs do all the talking

Celia Kuenster of Cretin-Derham Hall, a defending high school golf champion as a sophomore, is poised to become one of the state's best.

Updated: May 07, 2012, - 11:13 PM

Saints prospect not short on drive

Chris Cates, at 5-3, knows his limitations, but he's also confident in his ability.

Updated: May 03, 2012, - 11:38 PM

Remarkable run ends for kingpin wrestling coach

After leading Apple Valley to 14 state championships, Jim Jackson is resigning to spend more time with his family.

Updated: May 02, 2012, - 12:05 AM

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