After a 2-0 loss at Macalester on Friday, the St. Olaf womens soccer team bounced back to trump UW-River Falls 2-1 in a non-conference match on Sunday, despite chilly weather. The Oles now stand at 8-6-2 overall and 2-5-2 in the MIAC.
Athlete or not, once the doors of St. Olaf close after four years, the real game of life truly begins. In todays competitive job market, those students hardened by the rigors of athletic competition may be the ultimate winners.
For the St. Olaf volleyball team, an exciting home victory against St. Benedicts on Friday followed an equally intense win against Saint Marys Wednesday in Winona. Both matches were pushed to five games.
After a rough week on the road, the St. Olaf mens soccer team came back to stomp on the Macalester Scots Saturday afternoon at Rolf Mellby Field. Mark Zietlow 09 scored both goals for the Oles during the second half of the match.