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Athlete of the Week: Erin Lengel

Athlete of the Week: Erin Lengel

Sophomore Erin Lengel  loves to make people smile. Photo by Quinten Giglio. There are absolutely no negative comments that can be made about this extraordinary human. Sophomore swimmer Erin Lengel wows everyone she meets with her dazzling smile, bubbly personality and rock star attitude. You cannot help but smile when you see her. She has

The sweeping swimmers

Last weekend, the Lawrence University Vikings swim and dive team travelled to Oshkosh to compete in a dual meet. Both the men’s and women’s teams dominated the meet. The women’s team won 12 events, giving them a 165-62 victory over Oshkosh. Sophomore Erin Lengel won two events for the Vikings. Her first win was in

Football shutout against Ripon

The Ripon College Redhawks increased their overall record against the Lawrence University Vikings this last Saturday in a 52-0 win at Ripon College in the rivalry’s 118th meeting. The Vikings put up a good fight against them but came up short on a few must-need situations. Being the state’s oldest college football rivalry, the game

“Better Dead Than Red”

This week is rivalry week. Your Lawrence Vikings football team take on the Ripon Redhawks this Saturday at Ripon at 1 p.m. The Lawrence-Ripon rivalry is the oldest college football rivalry in the state of Wisconsin and is the 14th oldest college football rivalry in the nation, having begun in 1893. Over the last 125

Hockey elects captains

Ice Ice Baby. This year’s hockey season is officially underway and we couldn’t be more excited. The team geared up last week, testing their fitness against each other and building an even stronger team bond. Coach Mike Szkodzinski said the “team was eager to get started officially”. The coaching staff was “real happy with the

Vikings Fall Short in Fourth

On Saturday, September 22, the Vikings packed up their gear, put their game faces on and headed toward Lake Forest College to take on the Foresters. “The atmosphere before the game was focused. We all knew we had one job to do and we were all focused on completing that job,” said sophomore Jacob Sullivan.