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ISSUE 121 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/16/2007

Sports

Hockey toughened by tests

No, the St. Olaf hockey team is not playing in the national tournament, though it may appear that way. Last weekend's nonconference opponents included sixth-ranked UW-Stout and third-ranked UW-River Falls.

Gusties edge women in pool

The Gustavus women, defending conference champions, posed serious competition for the Oles, taking down St. Olaf 152-148.

Offensive juggernaut ends with win

The St. Olaf football team ended a season of records with another groundbreaking performance Saturday, beating rival St. Thomas 54-28 behind five touchdowns from Coty Watkins '09.

Inside the Lines: Fresh season welcomed

Temperatures are below freezing. Christmas decorations are up before Thanksgiving. We cannot wait for winter, for days of prolonged snowfall, for days in which we spend a total of three minutes outdoors.

Swanson qualifies as men piece together gutsy performance

In their final race of the season Saturday, the St. Olaf men's cross country team put up an impressive effort in frigid conditions against the season's toughest competition.

Women stride into NCAAs

In the end, the St. Olaf women's cross country team achieved its goal of reaching the NCAA Division III Championships, though the achievement was not certain immediately following Saturday's NCAA Central Regional meet held on the St. Olaf campus.

Men storm rivals

By a conclusive score of 157.5 to 142.5, the St. Olaf men's swimming and diving team took down long-time rival Gustavus in dual meet competition for the second-straight year.

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