ABERDEEN -- A St. Cloud State University pitcher had a perfect outing on Thursday.

Redshirt freshman Luke Tupy tossed a perfect game in a 3 - 0 win over Northern State.  It was one of the best performances ever by a Husky.  He struck out 15 on his way to just the sixth no-hitter and the first perfect game of the head coach Pat Dolan era.

It was the first no-hitter since Scott Lieser threw one against Sioux Falls back in 2013.

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This was just the 28th perfect game in the history of the entire NCAA Division II league.

Tupy's 15 strikeouts were also the second-most in a single game by a Husky trailing only Matt Jensen's 17 strikeouts in 1970.

The Huskies also won the second game of the doubleheader against Northern State 16 - 6 to extend their win streak to 10 games.

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