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ISSUE 121 VOL 2 PUBLISHED 9/28/2007


Football remains unbeaten

A 21-0 first quarter lead paced the St. Olaf football team to an easy 70-31 win at Augsburg College last Saturday. The offense scored touchdowns on 10 of 14 drives to bump St. Olaf's league-leading scoring average to 49.25 points per game.

Women falter again

With a weekend off before the MIAC Championship, the St. Olaf women's golf team has some work to do. They finished 11th of 15 teams at the Division III Midwest Classic at Troy Burne Golf Club, a links-style course in Hudson, Wis.

Volleyball digs out 1-1 week

The St. Olaf volleyball squad dropped three straight games to St. Benedict's on Wednesday night. They fell 23-30, 22-30, and 26-30 in the final game to seal the Blazers' victory.

In slump, search begins on road

The St. Olaf women's soccer squad had a tough weekend, collecting a loss and a tie in two home matches. On Friday, the Oles fell 3-1 to Macalester, or more specifically, to the Scots star forward Grace King.

Inside the Lines: Tough reality: So long stars

Being a Minnesota sports fan is like perpetually being in sixth grade relationships. Young attractive talent, some new prospect or draft pick, tantalizes us. Next thing we know, we profess undying love for our favorite budding star player after a couple brief years in the league.

McCafferty salvages day for men

The St. Olaf men's soccer team beat Augsburg in a fast-paced 3-2 win on Wednesday, bringing their record to 2-2 for the MIAC season.

Men capture tourney victory

The St. Olaf men's golf team captured their second team title of the season last weekend, claiming first place in the St. Olaf/Carleton Invitational held locally at Northfield Golf Club and Willinger's Golf Club.

Women run way to superb finishes

On Friday, the St. Olaf women's cross country team finished a strong second of 26 teams at the Brissman/Lundeen Invitational in Davenport, Iowa.

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