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ISSUE 121 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/14/2008

Sports

DMR victorious at MIACs: Relay posts only win for men's track and field, team sixth at conference

The men's track and field team concluded their indoor season last weekend at St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn. The team finished sixth of the 11 teams present at the meet with 61 points.

Fillmore vaults to second

At the MIAC Championships last week at St. John's University, St. Olaf pole vaulter Amie Fillmore '10 took second to Gustavus senior Shanna Dawson to provisionally qualify for the vault at 11-11 3/4.

Both Nordic teams take first in country

The St. Olaf Nordic skiing team finished the season strong last week. From March 3-8, the team was in Rumford, Maine, competing in the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association National Championship.

Women's tennis falls, Ho continues strong play in singles

Abigail Ho '11 won her match at first singles against a St. Benedict's opponent who was an All-MIAC selection a season ago, but the St. Olaf women's team fell 7-2 in the conference dual match.

Inside the Lines: Farewell to a friend

Well, Packers fans (you know who you are), we all knew this day would come.

Alpine skiers blaze winning trail in 2008

At the 2008 United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association National Championships last weekend, both the men's and women's alpine ski teams from St. Olaf improved on their performances from last season.

Softball loses openers

Sometimes consistency can be a bad thing. Take, for example, the St. Olaf softball team's opening doubleheader of the season, played Monday against Luther College at the Rosemount Dome in Rosemount, Minn.

Men's doubles struggling

Another week has elapsed in the quick tennis season, yet the headline remains unchanged. Ian Pray '09 remains unbeaten at first singles while the Oles drop another match.

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