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ISSUE 121 VOL 17 PUBLISHED 4/18/2008


Rival hitters down baseball: St. Thomas deals baseball first two losses of the MIAC season

Darkness threatened as St. Thomas finished the second win of a doubleheader sweep over the St. Olaf baseball team Wednesday evening at Mark Almli Field.

Softball sweeps

With a homer and a fly ball caught bare-handed, there was something more than softballs in the air this Tuesday when the St. Olaf softball team gained two rousing victories over St. Kate's in St. Paul.

Golf shakes winter weather

The St. Olaf men's golf team escaped south to Iowa for the Wartburg Invitational while snow still melted in Northfield at the team's two practice courses.

Tale of two matches for women

It's been a busy week for the St. Olaf women's tennis team, beginning with a match against Hamline on Wednesday.

Inside the Lines: Masters brings out the best

"Integrity in professional sports" has been a consistent oxymoron in recent years. That's why a minor event last Friday nearly knocked me backwards out of my unsightly corduroy "sports watchin'" chair.

Bethel bests men's tennis in tight match

Last week, the St. Olaf men's tennis team played Hamline University in St. Paul. The result was a convincing sweep of all nine matches.

Weather cancels track and field

Last weekend, the outdoors refused to cooperate with the outdoor track season. Both the men's and the women's track and field meets were canceled due to inclement weather.

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