Minnesota United today announced Tuesday that it has sold out more than 600 premium seats in the current phase of the Allianz Field seat transition process.

The seats are in the Upper 90 Club, Loge Boxes, Field Club and Director's Box seating areas.

"Our fans are simply incredible. We knew there would be high demand for seats at Allianz Field, but we didn't know just how high it would be," Loons CEO Chris Wright said. "It's a tremendously positive sign for the club and yet more evidence that Allianz Field is going to be one of the hottest tickets in town come 2019 [when it opens].

"The fans are what makes the match day experience special, and a consistently packed stadium is the key to building that atmosphere."

800th win for coach

St. John's swept a doubleheader from Allegheny 13-4 and 12-3 on Monday in Tucson, Ariz., to give Johnnies coach Jerry Haugen his 800th career victory.

Haugen, in his 41st season at the MIAC school, has a career record of 801-638-5 after the Johnnies (14-2) defeated Buena Vista 16-7in Tucson on Tuesday.

Awards for Hibberts

Tucker Hibbert's father and crew chief, Kirk Hibbert, was named snocross mechanic of the year while Tucker received the fan favorite rider award at the sport's season-ending banquet.

Hibbert, of Pelican Rapids, Minn., won his 11th Professional Snocross Championship in his 18th pro season.

He was first, third and 14th in three final rounds this past weekend in Lake Geneva, Wis.

Bueckers honored

Sophomore guard Paige Bueckers of Hopkins was named the Gatorade girls' basketball player of the year in Minnesota.

She led the Royals to a 28-4 record and a runner-up finish in the recent Class 4A state tournament.