Tag Archives: Teddy Kortenhof

Blast From the past: Board makes girl’s track team a sport

Author: Unknown Published: April 22.1927 Girls’ track is to be a team sport, according to a decision made by the W.A.A. board at a meeting held Monday in the rooms of Miss Mary H. Fretts, president of the board. Individuals winning first, second, and third place will be awarded 20, 15 and 10 points respectively

Tennis gets better by the day

Senior David Jumes warms up against St. Norbert’s College. Photo by Sarah Grubbe. The men’s tennis team has been building momentum and growing stronger and stronger as their season progresses. Two weeks ago, the Vikings (10-8, 4-2 MWC) beat Knox College (1-13, 1-4 MWC), Monmouth College (6-10, 3-2 MWC) and Illinois College (2-8, 1-3 MWC),

Hot weather means hot starts for the track and field team

Track and field’s spring season has arrived this April. The weather is warmer for our track team to participate in the upcoming outdoor tournaments. The team has just come back from a successful Midwest indoor conference and now they are preparing for the Private College Championships on April 8 and Wisconsin Lutheran Invitational on April

Vikings of the Week: Will Nichols (Indoor Track)

Photo by Teddy Kortenhof This week, I had the opportunity to talk with Will Nichols, standout freshman on the indoor track team. Two weeks ago, Nichols shattered the Lawrence record in the indoor 200 meter dash. Last weekend, he was crowned Midwest Conference champion in the triple jump. Looking forwards, Nichols is excited to continue

Blast from the Past: Blues battle Coe in first midwest tilt

Rivalries are a fundamental part of sports, particularly in college athletics. Bitter rivalries serve to whip up passion in players, spectators, and coaches alike. Nothing feels better than a decisive victory over a traditional foe, and nothing stings more than defeat at the hands of an old enemy. Today, Lawrence’s rivalries have grown somewhat cold.

Blast from the Past: The Smocks versus the jocks

Published 10/3/1986 Author: Karin Swisher The buildings that make up Lawrence are of many different vintages, as would be expected of a 169-year-old school. However, due to the range of ages of the school’s facilities, there is a constant need for renovation, improvement, or replacement of various buildings. Thus, a debate constantly rages as to

Boldt Triathlon results

The third annual Boldt Triathlon, hosted by Lawrence University, took place on the morning of Saturday, Sept. 24. The triathlon is one of many intramural athletic competitions offered by Lawrence University. The triathlon was comprised of three legs: 300 yards of swimming, 4.5 miles of cycling, and 1.6 miles of running. The swimming was held

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