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ISSUE 119 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/17/2006


Tostrud plays host to excellence

On Friday and Saturday, St. Olaf’s Tostrud and Skoglund fieldhouses played host to the NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Championships.

Goldsworthy reflects on season

2005-06 was a banner year for the St. Olaf men’s hockey team and their head coach Sean Goldsworthy ‘94. The team defeated conference powers St. John’s and St. Thomas en route to their first MIAC title of any kind since 1938, before falling to UW-Superior in the NCAA Regionals. Messenger reporter Matt Stortz recently sat down with “Goldy” to discuss the state of his team.

Inside the Lines: For the love of the game

To an outsider, one of the most peculiar aspects of our culture must be the way that we treat people after death. No matter what events have transpired during a person’s life, we are determined to focus on the positives after their passing, sometimes to a fault. With Kirby Puckett, however, this has not been difficult.

Tennis teams hit bumps in road

Optimism trickled on the Oles'’ half of the court as both tennis squads opened their seasons in style, with convincing wins over Macalester.

Oles look to impress at ‘U’

After turning in numerous outstanding performances at the 2006 MIAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships February 16-18, St. Olaf is finally ready to take the next step on the competitive ladder.

Fastpitch blanked

Run production seemed to be the burning issue as the St. Olaf softball team lost both games as part of a doubleheader played at the Rosemount Irish Sports Dome last Saturday. The Oles were defeated 10-0 and 2-0 at the hands of Buena Vista University

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