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ISSUE 120 VOL 17 PUBLISHED 4/13/2007


Baseball continues excellence: Oles crush Cards, now ranked sixth nationally

Battling the academic schedule makers and Mother Nature in addition to their opponents, the St. Olaf baseball team somehow managed to remain nearly perfect through it all.

Cyclers to host road race

On April 14 the St. Olaf and Carleton College cycling clubs will host a day of racing southwest of Northfield for the North Central Collegiate Cycling Conference (NCCCC).

Women ready for MIAC stretch run

It is spring. April. Typically, spring triggers thoughts of beautiful Saturday afternoons and, potentially, thoughts of St. Olaf'’s Carlson courts in full bloom with the Ole women'’s tennis team doing battle

Inside the Lines: A troubled franchise

Another NBA season is wrapping up, and for the third straight year, the Minnesota Timberwolves will not be in the postseason. This franchise, which enjoyed many years of promise and respectability which culminated in a glorious 2003-2004 run in which they made the Western Conference Finals, has been one of the most frustrating and underachieving sports organizations in the country.

Individuals sparkle

With weather problems wrecking havoc on numerous Ole athletic squads, the women'’s track and field team showed few signs of rust as they competed in their first outdoor meet of the season Saturday.

Snow or shine, fastpitch looks to challenge MIAC

Winter’'s surprising return, while disappointing for the average St. Olaf student, has wreaked serious havoc on the St. Olaf fastpitch schedule. Last Tuesday'’s scheduled doubleheader against Carleton was postponed for the third time from the original April 1 date.

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