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ISSUE 117 VOL 17 PUBLISHED 4/30/2004


Men claim 5-4 victory over Concordia in MIAC tourney

In a fitting end to a season marked by challenge and improvement, the St. Olaf mens tennis team earned a fifth place finish Saturday in the MIAC conference tournament.

Ladies upset Tommies, fall to third place Carleton 7-2

With the meet knotted at four wins apiece, the number six singles match would decide the winner. That match would prove to be a microcosm of that days meet and showed how competitive the two squads were.

Oles balk against Gusties, prepare for MIAC leaders

Conventional baseball wisdom states that it is almost always harder for a team to win on the road. They must contend with travel, unfamiliar surroundings, opposing crowds and other disadvantages inherent to the game itself, such as the home team receiving the final at-bat.

Ole Sport Shorts

A quick look at five Ole sports working their way through the spring season.

Quicksteps come to the Hill to re-enact 19th century game

Legendary author Jacques Barzun once wrote, Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America, had better learn baseball. His words ring as true today they did when he wrote them in 1954s two-part essay Letters in the Dirt.

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