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ISSUE 119 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/11/2005


Men's hockey opens season in style

The St. Olaf men’s hockey team opened its season with a 5-5 tie against the thirteenth-ranked University of Wisconsin-River Falls last Friday at the Northfield Ice Arena The Oles jumped out to an early 4-1 lead but a third-period letdown prevented the team from earning the victory against a nationally-ranked opponent.

Proffesor proffers sports opinions

When St. Olaf played host to the Second International Conference on Sports and Religion in late October, not only did it provide a forum for open discussion about issues pertaining to these two topics, it also gathered many of the greatest sporting minds in America in one place.

Inside the Lines: March, here we come

For me, the second week in November means just one thing: the beginning of the most eventful, exciting and passion-filled four and a half months of the year.

Women's hockey endures loss in opener

After setting a school record with 15 victories last season, the St. Olaf women'’s hockey team faces high expectations.

Swimming impressive at Classic

After five weeks of intense practice and a season-opening competition at the St. Thomas Relays Oct. 29, the St. Olaf men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams finally got a taste of their home waters on Saturday. The teams took on Division III opponents Carleton, St. John's, College of Saint Benedict and UW - LaCrosse.

Cobbers down Oles

Despite a strong second-half rally, the St. Olaf football team lost to Concordia College 49-35 in Moorhead, Minn. Saturday. With the loss, the Oles fell to 7-2 overall and 5-2 in the conference.

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