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ISSUE 119 VOL 9 PUBLISHED 11/18/2005

Sports

Going out with a bang: Football routs Augsburg 49-0, finishes season 8-2

The St. Olaf football team capped off their best season in over 25 years last Saturday with a 49-0 win over Augsburg College. With the victory, the Oles improved to 8-2, their best record since 1978.

Inside the Lines: Joy in the journey

Saturday, as the Ole football team walked off the field after their 49-0 blowout victory, a journey that was almost three months in the making came to an end.

Winter Preview, Men's Swimming and Diving: Men to depend on depth

The St. Olaf men’'s swimming and diving team returns a number of talented athletes from the team that finished second behind Gustavus at last season'’s MIAC Championships and 15th at the NCAA Division-III Championships.

Winter Preview, Women's Swimming and Diving: Women eye title repeat

After winning the MIAC Championship for the second time in two years last season, the St. Olaf women'’s swimming and diving team has high expectations this year.

Winter Preview, Alpine and Nordic Skiing: National aspirations

Last season, the men's and women's nordic ski teams joined up with the men's and women's alpine teams to win the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association Presidents Cup at Nationals in Brundage, Idaho.

Winter Preview, Wrestling: Ahrar looks to rebuild

St. Olaf hopes that first-year coach Sean Ahrar can give the program some direction as they seek to catch up with their MIAC counterparts.

Winter Preview, Women's Basketball: Women to bear heavy load

The St. Olaf women'’s basketball team was able to turn the tables on a dismal first half of a season a year ago and make a run that almost resulted in a MIAC playoff berth.

Winter Preview, Men's Basketball: Team seeks fresh start

The St. Olaf men’'s basketball team looks to a solid and savvy trio of juniors to lead them after a tough 7-18 campaign last season.

Winter Preview, Women's Hockey: Oles take change in stride

The team returns All-MIAC selections Susannah Brokl '’07 and Lindsey Boeser '’08, who scored 31 points and 33 points last season, respectively.

Winter Preview, Men's Hockey: Men boast youth, talent

Returning a host of talented starters after coming off their second consecutive playoff appearance, the St. Olaf men'’s hockey team should contend well for MIAC title.

Runners compete at Regionals

In Waverly, Hauck finished tenth overall, earning him the final spot at the NCAA National Championships held in Delaware, Ohio next week.

Swimming gains split in opener with Gusties

The Ole women, fresh off their 14th MIAC Championship a year ago, cruised past the 2004-2005 MIAC runners-up by a wide margin of 136-80. The Ole men, on the other hand, were not as fortunate: They lost their first dual meet of the season by a mere two points, 122-120.

Women net first win

The St. Olaf women’s hockey team swept their first series with the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire last Friday and Saturday, winning both games 4-2.

Men fall short on road

Despite high expectations heading into last weekend, the St. Olaf men’s hockey team lost on Friday and Saturday to UW-Superior and St. Scholastica. The pair of defeats drops the team’s record to 1-2-1.

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