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Competitive Play from men and women’s soccer teams

Competitive Play from men and women’s soccer teams

Senior Lewis Burger making a play on the ball. Photo by Caroline Garrow It has been a busy week in Viking athletics. Amidst a flood of high school athletic recruits visiting campus, there have been a number of exciting home competitions. Never to disappoint, the men’s and women’s soccer teams have played a combined four

Blast from the Past: Chase for Greek Athletic Honors to Begin Next Week

With but three minor changes in the
schedule for the year, the 1927-28 interfraternity sports program will get
under way next week. Tennis, last year a spring sport, will be played this
fall, changing places with golf. Baseball will be replaced by playground
baseball, and a new event will be
added in horseshoes. Otherwise the schedule remains intact. Tennis will

The women’s tennis team fall to Marian University

Seniors Lindsay Holsen and Alexis Hottberg playing doubles. Photo by Victor Nguyen. The Vikings tennis team has had a busy week, taking to the courts three times in four days. While the Vikings did not face any conference opponents, the matches still help set the tone for the Viking’s season moving forwards. On Thursday, September

Blast from the Past: A guide to campus stereotypes

Published 9/22/1967 Author Scott Lewis One of the prime instincts of the Froshus novice upon arriving at the unfamiliar campus habitat is to seek security in stereotyping. The Froshus novice quickly evaluates its fellow Froshus novices and Classmen upperi for physical appearances, mannerisms, etc. in order to place them in any number of broad categories.

Blast From the past: Athletes Honored

Author: Unknown Published: May 22, 1986 11 of Lawence University’s best athletes were cited Tuesday morning at the university’s annual Honors Day convocation. Senior Dan Galante received both the Iden C. Charles Champion Cup for excellence in scholarship, athletics, college spirit and loyalty and the Bernard E. Heselton Memorial Prize, awarded annually to the most

NFL draft decides fall teams

The end of the academic year marks an important transition in the lives of student athletes. For those with years of collegiate eligibility left, summer is an important time for training, allowing athletes time to prepare for upcoming seasons. However, the closure of every year marks the departure of another class of athletes who move

Viking of the week: Teddy Kortenhof (Men’s Track & Field)

Photo courtesy of Teddy Kortenhof. This week I had the pleasure to talk to the former sports editor and current writer Teddy Kortenhof. Kortenhof, a junior, runs cross country in the fall and distance indoor and outdoor track and field. Last week the track team had multiple first and second place performances—among them was Teddy’s

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