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ISSUE 121 VOL 5 PUBLISHED 10/26/2007

Sports

Playoff hopes swept away

Before Wednesday, the volleyball team was streaking towards a playoff berth. The women entered Wednesday's match at Hamline with a 7-1 record in their last eight matches, poised to claim the sixth and final spot in the MIAC playoff tournament.

Legitimizing recognition

The women’s cross country team, currently ranked #14 among NCAA Division III schools, will compete in their last race as a team on Saturday.

Women suffer though tough results

The St. Olaf women's soccer team stumbled early against Hamline on Wednesday afternoon and could not make up the difference.

Runners get set for MIACs

For the St. Olaf men's cross country team, crunch time has arrived. They will race Saturday at the MIAC Championships, held at Como Park in St. Paul.

Inside the Lines: What happened?

What happened to the 2004 Yankees in the ALCS, this year’s Mets and Indians, the University of Michigan, or Phil Mikkelson in the 2006 Masters?

Football frustrated by Bethel

Punter/kicker Paul Fortman ’08 garnered his fourth honor this year as MIAC Special Teams Player of the Week, but St. Olaf could not overcome a spirited Bethel squad that remains undefeated in the MIAC.

Clutch wins and St. John's loss push men into playoffs

On the heels of St. Olaf’s 2-0 win over Hamline Tuesday, Augsburg beat St. John’s Wednesday to eliminate the Johnnies and clinch a playoff spot for the Oles.

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