Author Archives: Molly Doruska

Viking’s 2018-19 year wrap-up

It has been a year of great seasons, record-breaking performances and notable accomplishments for the Lawrence University Athletics Department. Throughout the year, student-athletes have been named to all-conference and all-region teams in addition to being recognized for their accomplishments in their scholarly work.  In the fall, the football team had five athletes named to the

Shoutout to the athletic trainers

There are many different factors that contribute to a successful athletic team. The amount of work coaches and athletes put into their programs is obvious. However, one often overlooked, yet extremely essential part of the athletics at Lawrence is the athletic training department. The three athletic trainers at Lawrence, Ashley Rottier, Kelsey Sauer and Matt

Soccer starts their spring season

The Lawrence University women’s soccer team is wasting no time getting ready for their 2019 fall season. The team has started their spring season full of lifting, practices and will eventually play a friendly game at the end of the term.  As Coach Joe Sagar was hired in April of 2018, the team had little

Baseball drops pair to Chicago

Junior Patrick McDonnell has a strategic chat with his pitcher. Photo by Caroline Garrow This week has been a difficult one for the Lawrence University baseball team. They were supposed to host a double header against the University of Chicago on Monday, Apr. 22; however, a pair of home games was not in the cards

Softball drops two against Monmouth

It has not been an easy start to April weather-wise for the Lawrence University softball team. The cold, wet, windy and snowy weather has postponed six games so far and has forced the team inside for practice on numerous occasions. Even so, the team is keeping a positive attitude about the weather. Junior Amanda Karnatz

A big weekend away for men’s tennis

This past weekend, the Lawrence University men’s tennis team completed a long road trip filled with three different tennis matches. On Saturday, Apr. 6, they first traveled down to Galesburg, Ill. to take on the Knox Prairie Fire. Later in the day, they took on the Cornell Rams in Mount Vernon, Iowa. Then, on Sunday

C-NAfME hosts Diversifying Music Ed Symposium

In order to provide information on making music education more accessible to all children, the Collegiate National Association for Music Education (C-NAfME) Lawrence University chapter hosted a “Decolonizing and Diversifying Music Education” symposium on Saturday, Feb. 16. The Second Annual C-NAfME Symposium was held from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Shattuck 163. The student-organized