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ISSUE 120 VOL 15 PUBLISHED 3/16/2007

Sports

Softball swept in season opener

The St. Olaf fastpitch team lost twice last Thursday to Waldorf College in their first two games of the 2007 season. The Oles lost 8-2 and 9-1 in the nonleague doubleheader held at the Rosemount Dome in Rosemount, Minn.

Hockey reflects on seasons: Coaches have high hopes for 2007-2008

Expectations have risen exponentially for the St. Olaf men's and women's hockey teams in recent years, and much of this improvement is due to stellar coaching. Men's head coach Sean Goldsworthy '94, whose team fell 5-1 to Bethel in the MIAC playoffs last week, led his team to three consecutive conference semifinal berths including the program’s first-ever NCAA tournament appearance last year.

Inside the Lines: The Fantasy Commandments

Ah, the sounds of spring. Birds chirping, shoes sloshing through giant puddles and children laughing while at play –- - these are noises we usually associate with the annual Upper Midwest thaw/flood that takes place this time of year.

Men show promise in loss

If there is a more dominant athletic team than the Gustavus men’'s tennis team, Division I, II or III, in the state of Minnesota, I haven'’t found one.

Apline, nordic skiers look good in Colorado

The St. Olaf men'’s and women’'s alpine and nordic ski teams concluded their seasons last week at the National Championships in Winter Park, Colo. and Durham, N.H., respectively.

Singles drops women

The St. Olaf women’'s tennis team fell to St. Kate'’s 5-4 Friday night at Owatonna Tennis Club.

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