With their fourth straight doubleheader sweep and ninth straight overall win, all in the MIAC, the St. Olaf baseball team climbed to second in the conference standings and moved within one Augsburg loss of clinching a playoff berth. Wednesday's home games against Macalester, won 10-0 and 9-0, crowned an undefeated week.
Despite snow and cold at Sunday's St. John's Invitational, St. Olaf's top performers were John Schantzen '10, who placed first in the shot put at 15.72 meters, and Bobby Anderson '08, who placed first in the high jump at 1.92 meters. Although a very good throw provisionally qualified Schantzen for Nationals, it didn't beat his personal best.
On paper, the St. Olaf women's tennis squad appeared inexperienced heading in to the MIAC conference tournament. On the court Friday, the women proved their mettle outweighed their playoff inexperience.
Imagine that your superior were to make a rule that you could no longer have your new best friend after April 27. You're losing him, he's ready for the "next level," ignoring the "money," because it's "just the right decision."
A bizarre week of late April snow, a change in venue, a postponement and a cancellation concluded with the St. Olaf softball team sweeping Carleton College 9-5 and 8-5 on Monday to wrap up their regular-season schedule.