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ISSUE 117 VOL 16 PUBLISHED 4/23/2004


Baseball weathers stretch

In college baseball, one of the requirements for having a successful season is building a solid, deep pitching staff. Thankfully, this has been the hallmark of recent Ole teams and the 2004 version is no exception.

Men gain confidence in Nagels absence

The St. Olaf mens tennis team had reason to feel good despite a 6-3 loss to St. Marys Saturday as they took the court without their number one and two singles players, brothers Ted and Tom Nagel 04.

Who are these guys?

Quick, name the Twins top performers so far this season. Torii Hunter? Not exactly. Corey Koskie? Not even close. Johan Santana? I wish.

Season of streaks continues

Ole bats were silent last Monday, when the fastpitch team traveled to St. Thomas for a doubleheader. The Oles suffered a pair of 8-0, five-inning defeats to the Tommies, who remained perfect in MIAC play at 16-0 and clinched a MIAC playoff berth.

Ladies meet a Classic

The St. Olaf womens track and field team invited nine MIAC opponents and staunch non-conference foes, such as Mankato and North Dakota, to the track Saturday for the Manitou Classic.

Ole Sport Shorts

A quick look at the results of the Ole women's golf, men's golf and men's track teams.

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