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Senior soccer success stories

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s soccer teams had their annual senior night, a game and day devoted to honoring the seniors and all that they have done through their athletic career for their programs. This article features five seniors who were asked a variety of questions ranging from simple ones, like how many years

Vikings fall to UWSP in opener

The Lawrence men’s hockey team began the season this Oct. 26, opening with an exhibition match against the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Pointers.  An unfortunate first match to have, as the Pointers did not lose a single game in the 2018-19 season (29-0-2), winning a sixth national championship in the process. Lawrence University was unable

Coach’s Corner: Jocelyn Kleiber

Kelli Quick: Why are you interested in being the women’s hockey head coach? Where and how did your interest for hockey start? Did you used to play yourself?  Coach Kleiber: Becoming the women’s hockey coach here at Lawrence was a very intriguing position to me because of the professional goals I have for myself. I

Alumni Spotlight: Mike Spofford

In an interview at Lambeau Field I, Luther Abel, had the chance to sit down with Lawrence Alum Mike Spofford, the Senior Writer for Packers.com. During the course of the interview, we discussed Mr. Spofford’s time at Lawrence, his career and his myriad experiences working for the Green Bay Packers. Luther Abel: How did you

Fencing Flames the competition at LU Open

The Vikings fencing team was well-represented in the rankings in last weekend’s competition in their only home match of the season. Senior Jakub Nowak won the mixed epee title for the men while juniors Vinzenz Mayer and Cameron Maas tied for third. Fencing’s first-year Vikes had a blazing start to their season, with freshmen Timothy

Football demoralized at home

The fourth game of the Lawrence football season ended in crushing defeat as the team fell to Illinois College, 55-10.  Troubles began early for the Vikings, as the opposing Blueboys jumped to an early lead with 20 points in the first quarter. Their offensive unit took advantage of a rainy day, going to a ground-and-pound

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