Author Archives: Clare Bruning

Foresters deforest Vikings

The Lawrence University men’s soccer team (7-10-1, 5-5-0 MWC) concluded their season on Saturday, Nov. 2, traveling to Lake Forest College to face the top-ranked Foresters (12-6-0, 9-1-0 MWC) in their final Conference game of the year. After holding their daunting opponents to just a 1-0 lead in the first half, the Vikings let in

Lohrmann propels Vikings to split over weekend

Lawrence University’s home field, Whiting Field West, saw its fair share of action last weekend. The men’s soccer team (7-9-1, 5-4-0 MWC) hosted back-to-back Midwest Conference matches, falling 2-1 to Grinnell College (7-10-0, 5-4-0 MWC) on Saturday, Oct. 26, and soundly defeating Cornell College (2-15-0, 0-9-0 MWC) by a score of 3-0 on Sunday, Oct.

Men’s soccer team breezes by Beloit with 4-0 win

The Lawrence University men’s soccer team (5-6-1, 3-2-0 MWC) successfully recovered from last week’s funk to break their two-game losing streak. Coming off tough losses to Carroll University and Edgewood College, the Vikings traveled to Beloit College (0-10-1, 0-4-0 MWC) on Saturday, Oct. 12, where they soundly outscored the Buccaneers to earn a 4-0 Midwest

Men’s soccer bounces back vs. Monmouth

The Lawrence University men’s soccer team, bouncing back after last week’s 1-0 Conference loss to first-ranked Knox College, defeated Monmouth College (1-8-1, 0-3-0 MWC) 4-1 on Viking home turf Saturday, Sept. 28. The victory brought LU’s record to (4-4-1, 2-1-0 MWC). “Monmouth is usually one of the top teams in the conference, but this year

Men’s Tennis handles Knox College

On March 30, the Lawrence University men’s tennis team hosted Knox College (4-12) at the Fox Cities Racquet Club. The Vikings soundly defeated the Knox Prairie Fire 8-1, bringing their record to 8-6 overall. “It was a good match to win because Knox can give us a headache sometimes,” said senior Cooper Smith on last

Men’s tennis rebounds with upset of UW Eau-Claire

The Lawrence University men’s tennis team had a weekend of ups and downs, hosting two nonconference teams on two consecutive days at the Fox Valley Racquet Club. The Vikings emerged with a record of 3-2 after falling to UW-La Crosse (5-4) on Friday, Feb. 22 and defeating UW-Eau Claire (4-4) on Saturday Feb. 23. Despite

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Northland College splits two with hockey

  Last weekend the Lawrence University hockey team hosted Northland College (7-11-1, 5-9-0 MCHA) in a two-day series at the Appleton Family Ice Center. The team experienced some ups and downs, emerging with one win and one loss and bringing their record to 6-11-2 and 5-7-2 in conference. During the first game Friday, Jan. 27,