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ISSUE 116 VOL 17 PUBLISHED 4/18/2003

Sports

Twinless: Without the Nagel's, men's tennis fails to register win at MIAC Championship meet

Last weekend the MIAC men’s tennis championships were held at St. Olaf College. Although the team was looking to capitalize on the home court advantage, the Oles had a difficult time without their top two singles players and number one doubles tandem.

Men's golf hopes to improve on eighth place finish

After finishing in eighth place in the MIAC Championships at Bunker Hills Golf Course last October, the St. Olaf golf team is looking to move up in the standings during the spring campaign.

Tennis still on streak

The St. Olaf women’s tennis year has been full of streaks. The women started the year with a four game winning streak and a share for first in the MIAC. That stretch included a tough 7-2 win over St. Benedict’s and wins over Bethel, Nebraska–Wesleyan, and was capped with a win over Concordia.

Baseball on a tear after early season struggles

Look out MIAC, the Oles are coming. After dropping to a three-year worst 7-10 overall and an uncharacteristic sixth place position in the MIAC, the men’s baseball team appears to have righted the ship, winning seven straight games.

Tennis sneaks by Scots, falls to Knights: Oles drop match to Carleton indoors at Owatonna

Ted Nagel ‘04 and Tom Nagel ‘04 once again carried the men’s tennis team this Wednesday against Carleton, they didn’t compete in Northfield though.

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