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Make baseball fun again

Bryce Harper is on a mission. Of course, the reigning National League MVP heads a surging Washington Nationals team that will look to go deep into the playoffs come October. But Harper has his sights set on something perhaps even greater than the Nationals’ first World Series appearance. His mission? Make baseball fun again. It

Track conference meet

The Lawrence Track and Field team reached the climax of its season last weekend at the Midwest Conference Championships at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa. The men finished in ninth place with 20 points, while the women finished in 10th with six points. Monmouth won the men’s team title with 193 points and the

Bruning, Schrobilgen, Davies and Janusiak run at Gina Relays

Last week, members of the Lawrence Track and Field team traveled to Hillsdale, Michigan to compete at the Gina Relays. With many colleges and universities from across the country, the Gina Relays gives Lawrence runners the unique opportunity to compete against a large field full of tough competition. This is particularly valuable for distance runners,

Baseball Update

The Lawrence Baseball team (Vikings) competed on a short road trip in Illinois this weekend, facing off in two scheduled double headers against the Knox Prairie Fire and the University of Chicago. The Vikings lost both games against the Prairie Fire with scores of 11-1 and 4-2, and lost a short, six-and-a-half inning game against

Track Preview

As the weather finally gets warmer and the snow melts, the Lawrence University Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams (Vikings) welcome the beginning of the outdoor season. Although most athletes participate in both indoor and outdoor track, outdoor sees the Vikings at their finest. This year the Vikings will look to build upon the

Women’s basketball ends home stand with two losses

The Lawrence University Women’s Basketball team fell last week against the Beloit Buccaneers by a final score of 68-49. Beloit (9-13) advanced to seventh in Midwest Conference standings while Lawrence (0-21) still looks to improve by getting its first win. Senior Lana Wieseman led the Buccaneers with 17 points and 9 rebounds, while the Vikings

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