Led by defensive captain John Davis 06, the St. Olaf football team elevated its season record to 5-0 with a 44-14 victory over cross-river rival Carleton College Saturday at Laird Stadium. This marks just the eighth 5-0 start in school history.
Heading into the 2005 football season, there seemed to be some promising things in store for football fans in the upper Midwest. The Minnesota Vikings had seemingly made some drastic improvements to their roster and, most importantly, cut ties with the fastest dead weight in the NFL (wide receiver Randy Moss).
After winning four straight games to move from last place to fifth in the MIAC standings, the St. Olaf womens soccer team finally saw its streak come to an end on Tuesday afternoon. The Oles were shut out by St. Marys University 2-0 at Rolf Mellby Field, putting their playoff aspirations in serious jeopardy.
The St. Olaf mens cross country team will not compete in this Saturdays Jim Drews Invitational in LaCrosse, Wis., as originally scheduled, due to an incident in which members of the team ran through the Pause nude during a comedians performance on Sept. 28.