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ISSUE 117 VOL 18 PUBLISHED 5/7/2004


Lacrosse caps off stellar season

Entering their fifth season as a St. Olaf club sport, the mens lacrosse team, known as Stolax to the players, faced a host of changes in what would be the programs defining year.

New coach, new results

Finding a volunteer with the proper experience proved difficult and as the first game loomed the team was in desperate need of a skipper. It turns out the answer was closer than expected. The solution; studio art major and Denver, Colo. native Eric Dion 05.

Baseball puckers up, splits with MIAC foes

In traditional baseball circles, the old adage states that splitting [a doubleheader] is like kissing your sister. It is not the worst thing imaginable, but nonetheless, it is something you would rather avoid.

Home cooking

While most spring sports are beginning to wind down their seasons, the womens track team is going stronger than ever. In the past week, the Oles have competed at four meets in the MIAC, and must now prepare for this weekends MIAC championship, hosted by St. Olaf.

NFL draft rules are here to stay

Blocked by a court of law from entering the National Football League (NFL) draft, and unlikely to be eligible to return to the college ranks, former Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett is in serious trouble.

Meet looms, track set

After a strong showing at the St. Thomas Invitational Saturday, where several Oles posted season-best times, the St. Olaf mens track team is peaking at exactly the right time as the MIAC Outdoor Track Championship Meet is set for Friday and Saturday.

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