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Hockey sweeps Northland; Adrian next

Jon Mays The Lawrence University hockey team advanced to the MCHA Harris Cup with two solid victories over Northland College last weekend. Senior Josh DeSmit recorded the game-winning goal in each of the two contests, while goaltender Evan Johnson played superbly in both games as well, allowing only two goals in the series. The two

Standings -GP ehh

Men’s basketball St. Norbert 14-4 20-5 Illinois College 12-6 16-8 Grinnell 12-6 18-7 Ripon 12-6 14-10 Carroll 10-8 12-11 Lake Forest 10-8 12-11 Lawrence 10-8 11-12 Beloit 8-10 9-14 Monmouth 1-17 3-20 Knox 1-17 2-21 Women’s basketball St. Norbert 17-1 23-2 Monmouth 13-5 16-9 Carroll 11-7 15-9 Lake Forest 11-7 13-10 Illinois College 11-7 13-11

Kerkman sets school record at Eastbay Invitational

Greg Peterson The Lawrence University indoor track team competed at the Eastbay Invitational last weekend at UW-Stevens Point, with notable performances coming from Rose Tepper, Nick Kerkman and Sam Stevens. Tepper, a sophomore, finished third in the high jump with a height of 1.62 meters, though this height was not enough to match her season-best

LUST third at MWC champs

Tyler Gasper The Lawrence University Swim Team had a spectacular performance at the MWC championships in Grinnell, Iowa last weekend. After three days and 40 events, both the men and women stood in third place overall out of nine teams. Day one of the competition consisted of 12 events, with both the men’s and women’s

Sports Trivia

Q: With a 46-45 win over Occidental, the men’s basketball team at what Division III research institution just snapped its 310-game losing streak in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play? A: The California Institute of Technology — better-known as Caltech — just earned its first conference win since January 1985. Obviously, the Pasadena university has

Women’s basketball ends season on low note

Erik Borresen The Lawrence University women’s basketball team saw their season end without a win after falling to St. Norbert College 94-43 last Saturday afternoon at Schulde Sports Center. The Vikings were stunned out of the gate by the Green Knights’ defensive intensity and depth at nearly every position. St. Norbert began the game by

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Men’s basketball St. Norbert 14-4 18-5 Illinois College 12-6 16-7 Grinnell 12-6 17-6 Ripon 12-6 14-9 Carroll 10-8 12-11 Lake Forest 10-8 12-11 Lawrence 10-8 11-12 Beloit 8-10 9-14 Monmouth 1-17 3-20 Knox 1-17 2-2 Women’s basketball St. Norbert 17-1 21-2 Monmouth 13-5 15-8 Carroll 11-7 15-8 Illinois College 11-7 13-10 Lake Forest 11-7 13-10

Men’s hoops’ season ended by St. Norbert

Jared Padway The men’s basketball team had a slight chance of clinching a berth in the conference tournament last weekend; however, after a 66-55 loss to St. Norbert College last Saturday, the Vikings’ season came to an end. A large amount of Vikings fans made the trip to De Pere to cheer on the Vikings

Hockey to start playoffs on home ice

Jon Mays (courtesy of Anna Shea ) The Lawrence University hockey team earned home-ice advantage in the first round of this weekend’s MCHA tournament with a victory over Finlandia last weekend. The Vikings needed to win one of their two games over Finlandia, and they wasted no time doing so, recording a 7-5 victory in

Athletes of the Week

Alyssa Onan (Photo courtesy of Paul Wilke) David Zane: Indoor Track Do you prefer indoor or outdoor track? What is your favorite and least favorite part about each of them? Even though my favorite event, steeplechase, is only held during the outdoor season, I prefer indoor track in general. Because your race isn’t subject to