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ISSUE 117 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/26/2003

Sports

Cross country shines in home opener: Men run their way to fourth place finish, size up key MIAC foes

The field behind Tostrud has had an eventful year. Last fall the field served as the starting area for the first NCAA Division III National Championship cross country meet to be hosted entirely on a college campus.

Soccer dominates St. Mary’s

By "set[ting] the tone early in the game," according to Coach Kurt Anderson, the Ole soccer women threw their opponents off their game and branded it with the Ole winning style.

Women’s golf primed for success

Golf coach Le Ann Finger has been coaching women’s golf for six seasons at St. Olaf.

Women’s golf primed for success

Golf coach Le Ann Finger has been coaching women’s golf for six seasons at St. Olaf.

First year leads men

The men’s golf team placed fourth in last week’s Carleton Invitational. The team was led by Brian DeLaitsch '07 who shot a 7-over par to take third place in individual scoring. DeLaitsch placed behind St. Mary's Eric Thom and St. John's Andrew Longbella.

NFL left with big responsibility

When Bill Romanowski of the National Football League's Oakland Raiders punched his teammate Marcus Williams during practice last month, Williams walked away from the situation with a black eye, but the National Football League suffered a "black eye" of its own.

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