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Vikes make a splash: Hutchinson takes triple titles

On Saturday, Jan. 25, the Lawrence Vikings made a substantial impact at the Wisconsin Private College Championships for swimming. The men’s team came out of the competition with 126 points, only behind Carthage College, who scored 242. As for the women’s team, they came in third with 86 points.  However, the Vikings’ most impressive feat

Photo Feature: UND DeCicco Duals

Photos by Alex Loundy. On Saturday, Jan. 25th, the Lawrence men’s and women’s fencing teams competed at the University of Notre Dame’s annual DeCicco Duals. The Vikings faced off against Midwest Conference rivals Cleveland State and Wayne State, and had a tough matchup with Division I powerhouse Notre Dame. Standout performances from senior Jakub Nowak

Slow start dooms Vikings in Eau Claire

Coming off a two-game win streak, the Lawrence hockey team suffered a disheartening 4-0 loss at the hands of the Wisconsin-Eau Claire Blugolds. The team simply could not defend against a strong first-period attack, wherein the Blugolds were able to score three times within the first four minutes. The first goal was scored just over

Swimmers split with St. Norbert

This past weekend, the Vikings’ swim team faced off against St.Norbert’s. It was evenly matched, with the men’s team falling 148-51 but the women managing to take down the Green Knights 117-108.  The Lawrentian interviewed senior Natasha Statz who competed in the women’s 200-yard medley relay as well as the women’s 100-yard breaststroke and women’s

Trine tops Vikes in doubleheader

The Lawrence men’s hockey team had a rough showing versus conference rivals Trine University this weekend, losing both games on Friday and Saturday. Their first showing was some goalie work to behold on both sides; Lawrence and Trine had plenty of chances to score on each other all game. Lawrence had 24 goal shots to

Senior soccer success stories

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s soccer teams had their annual senior night, a game and day devoted to honoring the seniors and all that they have done through their athletic career for their programs. This article features five seniors who were asked a variety of questions ranging from simple ones, like how many years