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ISSUE 117 VOL 9 PUBLISHED 11/21/2003


Oles impress at Quad Classic: Strong individual performances dominate first home swim meet

The St. Olaf men’s and women’s swimming and diving team shrugged off an early 11 a.m. starting time to post yet another stellar performance at Saturday’s first annual Northfield Colleges Quad Classic. Skoglund Pool hosted the swimming portion of the meet while Carleton served as the site for the diving competition.

Wrestling opens season

The adage on the walls of the wrestling room, “Dedication, Desire, Determination,” has never carried so much weight as it does this season for the St. Olaf Wrestling team.

Women take seventh, end season at Grinnell

A somewhat reduced women’s cross country team travelled to Grinnell, Iowa to compete against the 23 teams that make up Division III’s Central Regional.

Men earn fifth, send Fulton to National meet

Last year, the men's cross country team finished the Central Regional race in a tie with Carleton for the fourth and final spot in the National Championship Meet. A tie breaker allowed the Oles to move on to the St. Olaf hosted event. This year the team finished five points in front of Carleton, but finished fifth overall and will not make a repeat trip to the National meet.

Women set for MIAC play

With some pre-season experience behind them, the women’s hockey team is ready for the start of their regular season.

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