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ISSUE 120 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/17/2006

Sports

Skoglund hosts Regionals

The NCAA Central Regionals cross country meet ended the men’s and women’s teams’ seasons. Held at St. Olaf on Saturday, the meet featured 23 teams. Only the top five teams from each race qualified for nationals.

Inside the Lines: NBA storylines

Matt and Mark Everhart break down the reborn NBA, discussing new balls, technicals and prognostications.

Men struggle to find niche

The St. Olaf men’s hockey team fell to UW-Superior in a close 4-3 match last Saturday in Northfield.

Mat results impress

A long drive to South Dakota welcomed the St. Olaf wrestling team, who fared well at last Saturday’s Dakota Wesleyan University Open. Thomas Kopietz ‘08 led the Oles, finishing fifth and teammate Lucas Scott, Jr. ‘08 finished closely behind at seventh.

Swimmers show prowess, poise

Thanks to the MIAC scheduler St. Olaf’s swimmers met their primary rival, Gustavus Adolphus College, in their first dual meet of the season last Friday at the Skoglund pool.

Football squeaks by Tommies: Final minute touchdown seals improbable comeback win

The St. Olaf College football team concluded the 2006 season with a 35-31 comeback victory over St. Thomas last Saturday in St. Paul. With the win the Oles improve their record to 8-2, marking the team’s second straight eight win season.

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