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ISSUE 120 VOL 7 PUBLISHED 11/10/2006

Sports

Football makes statement: Endsley leads Oles to convincing win over Carleton

The St. Olaf College football team defeated the Carleton Knights 48-15 last Saturday, garnering local bragging rights for the 10th consecutive season.

Winter Preview, Wrestling: Beyond a rebuilding year

The second season of a new era has begun for the St. Olaf wrestling team.

Winter Preview, Alpine & Nordic Skiing: Building a strong tradition

The men'’s and women’'s alpine and nordic ski teams are looking to follow up a strong 2005-06 campaign with another one this winter.

Winter Preview, Women's Swimming & Diving: Talent to defend title

The two-time defending MIAC champion St. Olaf women’'s swimming and diving team has high aspirations again this year.

Winter Preview, Men's Swimming & Diving: Oles set sights on Gusties

The St. Olaf’ men'’s swimming and diving team has visions of improving on their eighth place finish at last year’s Division III National Championships.

Winter Preview, Women's Basketball: Running the floor

Despite losing two starters to graduation, the Ole women'’s basketball team seeks improvement in a competitive MIAC.

Winter Preview, Men's Basketball: Experience to guide men

After a seventh-place MIAC finish a season ago, the men’'s basketball team looks to an experienced group to lead them to an improved conference finish.

Winter Preview, Women's Hockey: Eyeing top of standings

The St. Olaf women'’s hockey team will look to build on an impressive 2005-2006 season.

Winter Preview, Men's Hockey: Experience, tenacity key

The St. Olaf men’'s hockey team will defend its first conference title since 1940 this season against a stacked MIAC conference.

Inside the Lines: Keys to college hoops dreams

With just five college football Saturdays left, the NFL well underway, the Fall Classic in the books and the amusing NBA now in progress, true sports fans can now turn their focus to an uplifting cultural phenomenon –one that begins mid-November and concludes April 2. Look for improbable upsets, coaches on the hot seat, buzzer beaters, the gusto of the pep band, emotional television calls and a tournament that always fulfills expectations.

Missed chances cost men

The St. Olaf College men'’s hockey team lost two tough games last weekend, falling to UW-Stout 3-2 on Friday and to UW-River Falls 3-1 on Saturday.

Wrestling splits openers

A fresh season began for the St. Olaf wrestling team last weekend in Forest City, Iowa, when participating in two duels against Knox College and Waldorf.

Solid all-around

At last Saturday’'s Northfield Quad meet, team results were not scored, but the St. Olaf swimming and diving team still recognized the important early-season opportunity to establish a tone. The men'’s and women’'s teams competed against swimmers from UW-LaCrosse, Carleton, St. Benedict and St. John’'s.

Pointers pounce on women

The St. Olaf College women’'s hockey team lost a difficult match to sixth-ranked UW-Stevens Point last Saturday afternoon at the Northfield Ice Arena.

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