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

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

Osseo golfer remakes swing, realizes goals

Osseo's Dalton Charboneau's diligence has paid off in a college scholarship.

Updated: May 01, 2012, - 05:32 PM

Even Mauer can't touch Orono catcher

When the attention settled down a bit, Jake Flemmer found his way to a computer, scanned the list of high...

Updated: May 01, 2012, - 05:01 PM

Rosemount grad 'great fit' for Redskins

As the NFL draft coverage bled into Saturday, 2007 Rosemount High School graduate Tom Compton paid particular attention whenever Minnesota,...

Updated: May 01, 2012, - 03:29 PM

Tri-State golf: Final up-and-down is warm feeling

Rogers' Corey Muenzhuber outlasted the field and the elements to win the Tri-State Invitational title.

Updated: April 28, 2012, - 08:46 PM

Rosemount girls make solo go of it

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Updated: April 24, 2012, - 06:16 PM

Prior Lake girls turns Mega Meet into romp

One game at a time. Defense wins championships. Never look ahead.

Updated: April 24, 2012, - 05:58 PM

Eden Prairie throws back-to-back no-hitters

In 18 years on Eden Prairie's baseball bench, coach Mike Halloran has seen plenty. But until last week, the soon-to-be-retired...

Updated: April 24, 2012, - 04:19 PM

Brad Stepan named hockey coach at Rosemount

Former New York Rangers draft pick Brad Stepan, the father of current Ranger Derek Stepan, has been named head boys’ hockey coach at Rosemount High School.

Updated: April 24, 2012, - 11:55 AM

Apple Valley's young gloves

With three sophomores often starting, the Eagles' baseball team might take some lumps, but it shows promise.

Updated: April 17, 2012, - 06:07 PM

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