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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Ken Foote
  • Men meet expectations (118-19)
  • Cobbers upend Men's Tennis (118-15)
  • St. Thomas rolls over tennis (118-14)
  • Ladies lose in shootout (118-7)
  • Soccer scores split (118-4)
  • Volleyball splits at Invite (118-1)
  • Teams enjoy home track edge (117-19)
  • Meet looms, track set (117-18)
  • New coach, new results (117-18)
  • Lacrosse caps off stellar season (117-18)
  • Quicksteps come to the Hill to re-enact 19th century game (117-17)
  • Ole Sport Shorts (117-17)
  • Ladies upset Tommies, fall to third place Carleton 7-2 (117-17)
  • Ole Sport Shorts (117-16)
  • Ladies meet a Classic (117-16)
  • Sports debate lives (117-16)
  • Men battle wind, grab third at Luther (117-15)
  • The Messenger goes Clubbing (117-15)
  • Descent into Madness (117-14)
  • Women swim as cameras roll (117-14)
  • Men second at MIAC (117-13)
  • Eight Oles bound for national meet (117-13)
  • Qualifier serves men well (117-12)
  • Spring swing (117-12)
  • The end of the world as we know it (117-12)
  • Tostrud track proves speedy (117-11)
  • Women split with St. Marys, clinch postseason berth (117-11)
  • Basketball takes home opener (117-10)
  • Men earn fifth, send Fulton to National meet (117-9)
  • Why not here? Why not now? (117-8)
  • Gagliardi breaks record (117-8)
  • D-III or not D-III? That is the question? : New proposal seeks to remove Division I programs from Di (117-7)
  • Kobe makes his case (117-7)
  • Running game powers Oles to win (117-6)
  • Curse of the Goat alive and well (117-5)
  • MIAC setbacks plague volleyball (117-5)
  • Men defend home field: Oles win three of four during homestand (117-4)
  • Commissioner rekindles the magic of pregame festivities (117-3)
  • Cross country shines in home opener: Men run their way to fourth place finish, size up key MIAC foes (117-2)
  • Promise kept: Lewis delivers historic day (117-1)
  • Estrich speaks on sexism (116-18)
  • KG4MVP: Not this year (116-18)
  • Lacrosse wins three of four, finishes fifth (116-18)
  • Baseball chases title, needs help from MIAC foes (116-18)
  • Baseball on a tear after early season struggles (116-17)
  • Golfer's paradise: The famed course on the Hill features dumpsters, trees and no green fees (116-16)
  • Oles 2-0 after returning from Florida (116-16)
  • Men beat SMU, lose to Hamline (116-16)
  • Lacrosse destroys Bethel (116-15)
  • Ole staff helps charity, wins first annual basketball game (116-15)
  • '... It'd be so empty without sports' (116-14)
  • Alpine carves up slopes at nationals (116-14)
  • Ted Nagel sole winner against Tommies squad (116-14)
  • Different Strokes (116-13)
  • Women salvage season in finale (116-12)
  • High Hopes heading to Tahoe slopes (116-12)
  • Wrestling preps for regionals (116-11)
  • Wrestling preps for regionals (116-11)
  • Men's hockey closes season; miss playoffs (116-11)
  • Goalie left motionless, Auggies swept by Ole women's hockey (116-11)



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