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This Week in Sports History: The birth of Cubs’ legend Sammy Sosa

This Week in Sports History: The birth of Cubs’ legend Sammy Sosa

Chicago Cubs’ legend Sammy Sosa. Photo by Jerry Coli This column seeks to profile important events in the history of sports. As baseball fans are painfully aware, the Chicago Cubs do not have too many seasons in their long history to be proud of. Their World Series win in 2016 was their first since 1907

This Week in Sports History: Drew Brees begins his ascent in football history with All-Time Completion Record

This column seeks to profile important events in the history of sports. As football has spent its past couple decades evolving the sport into a highly offensive league, it is no surprise that records in the quarterback sector have exploded recently — the Rams vs. Chiefs regular season bout in 2019 should be evidence enough.

Hockey swept out of playoffs

Lawrence University’s journey ended this weekend in men’s hockey, as St. Norbert’s Green Knights won both tournament games against them. Their first game was very reminiscent of a previous game against the Knights; in under 10 minutes into the first period, Keegan Milligan and Peyton Frantti combined to score three goals for the Knights, and

Hockey drops duel in De Pere

A Saturday Feb. 15, game against St. Norbert was a brutal showing for the Vikings, as they were shut out in De Pere 6-0. The loss was a slow burn, through most of the game Lawrence was alive and in the position to make it a match. Only one goal, by Ben Schmidling, was scored

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