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ISSUE 118 VOL 10 PUBLISHED 12/3/2004

Sports

Women win two in MIAC play

After opening the season with two difficult losses to Wisconsin teams and a mediocre 2-2-0 record, the St. Olaf women’s hockey team has come on strong in conference play, winning its first two MIAC matchups.

Recruiting in high schools?

The Minnetonka Skippers played the Wayzata Trojans for the 5A Minnesota State High School football championship last Friday, a duel between two Classic Lake Conference athletic powerhouses. Minnetonka emerged victorious 23-14, but before we congratulate the Skippers, let us first examine their rather curious path to victory.

Basketball shoots high

The St. Olaf men’s basketball team is off to its strongest start in nine years, with a 3-0 record (the Oles opened the 1995-1996 season with a 5-0 record). In their first road game of the season on Monday, the Oles dominated both ends of the floor en route to a 79-53 victory over Martin Luther College.

Oles make history at National meet

When the St. Olaf men'’s cross country team began its season over three months ago, head coach Bill Thornton knew he had the makings of a special team. He just didn'’t know how special they would be.

Men stumble after strong opening to season

After impressive early-season wins garnered the St. Olaf men'’s hockey team national recognition, the Oles have slid to 2-2-2, putting aspirations of immediate national acclaim on ice.

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