Author Archives: Teddy Kortenhof

Tennis gets better by the day

Tennis gets better by the day

Senior David Jumes warms up against St. Norbert’s College. Photo by Sarah Grubbe. The men’s tennis team has been building momentum and growing stronger and stronger as their season progresses. Two weeks ago, the Vikings (10-8, 4-2 MWC) beat Knox College (1-13, 1-4 MWC), Monmouth College (6-10, 3-2 MWC) and Illinois College (2-8, 1-3 MWC),

Hall of Fame Inductions

Six Lawrence alumni were inducted to the Lawrence University Intercollegiate Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 14. The athletes were also honored at the Oct. 15 football game. They represent a diverse group spanning many era’s of Lawrence’s proud athletic tradition. Three of the athletes are members of the class of 2006, Chris Braier, Claire

Blast from the Past: Blues battle Coe in first midwest tilt

Rivalries are a fundamental part of sports, particularly in college athletics. Bitter rivalries serve to whip up passion in players, spectators, and coaches alike. Nothing feels better than a decisive victory over a traditional foe, and nothing stings more than defeat at the hands of an old enemy. Today, Lawrence’s rivalries have grown somewhat cold.

Blast from the Past: The Smocks versus the jocks

Published 10/3/1986 Author: Karin Swisher The buildings that make up Lawrence are of many different vintages, as would be expected of a 169-year-old school. However, due to the range of ages of the school’s facilities, there is a constant need for renovation, improvement, or replacement of various buildings. Thus, a debate constantly rages as to

Boldt Triathlon results

The third annual Boldt Triathlon, hosted by Lawrence University, took place on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 24. The triathlon is one of many intramural athletic competitions offered by Lawrence University. The triathlon was comprised of three legs: 300 yards of swimming, 4.5 miles of cycling, and 1.6 miles of running. The swimming was held

Events This Weekend

It is an exciting week in Lawrence athletics. This weekend, there will be six home competitions for the Vikings. Lawrence teams will take to the field, court, and pitch to take on conference rivals and non-conference opponents alike. On Sept. 24, the Football team will take on Illinois College. Kickoff is set for 11:30 a.m.,