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ISSUE 118 VOL 13 PUBLISHED 3/11/2005


Lose-lose playoff proposition: Oles fall short in overtime, miss upset

After 13 years of playoff drought, the St. Olaf men’s hockey team has earned two consecutive playoff berths. The Oles finished this season with an 8-4-4 conference record, (14-7-6 overall) ranking fourth in the MIAC – one better than their fifth place finish last season.

Semifinal loss ends women’s hockey season

The Ole women’s hockey team endured a loss that ended their 2004-05 season March 3. The ladies were defeated by St. Thomas 8-1 in their semifinal conference match. A victory would have allowed the Oles to advance to the championship round of the 2005 MIAC Tournament.

Track falls short at MIAC

The St. Olaf men’s indoor track and field team put forth an admirable effort at last weekend’s MIAC Indoor Championships, only to watch St. Thomas bulldoze their way into the record books.

A return to glory?

This year has not been a good one for Minnesota's professional sports teams. The Wild saw their season cancelled because of the hockey strike, the Timberwolves are struggling to make the playoffs and the Vikings recently traded away superstar reciever Randy Moss.

Alpine skiing dominates

It is certainly safe to say that the St. Olaf men’s and women’s alpine ski teams have had a very successful 2005 season.

Women end on low note

Saturday’s conference championship at Concordia in Moorhead, Minn. proved to be a disappointment for the St. Olaf women’s indoor track and field team. The women placed tenth out of 12 teams, scoring just 30 points. St. Thomas won their sixth consecutive conference championship with 140 points, followed by Concordia with 117.

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