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ISSUE 119 VOL 19 PUBLISHED 5/5/2006


Ole baseball hangs tough in title race

Hyped as one of the biggest MIAC series of the year, Tuesday afternoon’s matchup between St. Olaf and St. Thomas only served to prolong the drama between two teams still vying for the conference crown.

Turning Florida black and gold

When St. Olaf football head coach Chris Meidt held his first team meeting in the spring of 2002, the room was all but empty. In a conference where the best teams contain around 100 athletes, with talented players three or even four deep at most positions, Meidt did not even have a second team.

Men end season seventh at MIACs

The St. Olaf men’s tennis team finished off their spring season at the MIAC championships on Friday and Saturday. At Carleton College the Oles played matches against Macalester, Carleton, Hamline, and St. Thomas, returning home at 11 p.m. Saturday night.

Inside the Lines: So close, yet so far

With the Minnesota Twins playing some of their worst baseball since the “Dark Years” of 1993-2000 (perhaps there are a few of you out there that still remember those infamous days of Scott Stahoviak, Rich Robertson and Butch Huskey), for much of the past month, baseball fans were able to console themselves with the fact that the Twins’ stadium deal seemed to be making real progress in the state legislature.

Manlove shines, leads women's track

The members of the women's track team performed well at Saturday's Macalester Invite despite cold and wet conditions.

Women's tennis rounds out year

Entering the spring season, expectations were unclear for the St. Olaf women’s tennis team. The squad returned just one senior and welcomed three first years into key positions.

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