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Golf team ends season with top-10 finishers

By Clare Bruning The Lawrence University Golf season came to a close last weekend as the team competed at the Midwest Conference (MWC) Championships at Aldeen Golf Club in Rockford, Ill. The Vikings finished fifth of seven scoring teams after three days out on the links. St. Norbert College took first place, followed closely by

Lawrence spring sports work on skills over break

Several Lawrence University teams spent Spring Break 2015 in Florida gearing up for a rousing season at home. The softball team spent the week in Clermont, the baseball team in Winter Haven, and the men’s tennis team in Orlando. The softball team had a prolific break, returning to Appleton with an 8-4 record to start

Season in Review: Men’s Hockey

The 2014-2015 hockey season was a trial of resilience for the Lawrence University Vikings. The season started all the way in August with a team trip to Europe, where the Vikings had success against professional hockey teams in Germany, Italy and Austria. Going into the school year with this unique experience motivating them, the Vikings

Men’s Hockey split series against Finlandia

The Lawrence University hockey team wrapped up regular season competition last weekend with a series split against Finlandia University (5-19-1, 4-14-0 NCHA). The win Friday night clinched a playoff berth, and Vikings will head into the first round with a 6-12-0 NCHA record that secures them the seventh place seed. On Friday, Feb. 13, the

Vikings swept by NCHA rival Adrian

The Lawrence University hockey team (6-16-1, 5-11-0 NCHA) is heading into the last weekend of regular season competition after a challenging series at home against the Adrian College Bulldogs (17-3-3, 14-1-1 NCHA). Currently seated first in the conference and ranked No. 6 in the nation, the Bulldogs swept the series—but not without a solid fight

LU hockey loses back-to-back vs Lake Forest

Last weekend Jan. 30-31 the Lawrence University Hockey team (6-14-1, 5-9-0 NCHA) took on Lake Forest College (13-3-5, 11-2-1 NCHA) in a conference home-and-home series with the intention to improve upon the previous weekend’s road losses. Despite dominating offensively, the Vikings were unable to gain the traction necessary to claim a win. On Friday, Jan.

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