Archive | August, 2009

Field hockey looks to repeat

Field hockey head coach Brenda Meese picked quite a year to take a vacation. Last year, Meese took a faculty sabbatical. In her place, interim head coach Kelley Hubbell guided to an 11-1 record in North Coast Athletic Conference play. The team capped off an incredible season by winning the NCAC Tournament with a 3-0 […]

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Volleyball team looks to reload on offense, rebuild defense

The young but experienced Wooster volleyball team looks to start the season with the tradition of winning that the program has enjoyed over head coach Sarah Davisí first two seasons in charge. Following a second place finish in the 2008 NCAC tournament, the Scots look to reload the team that graduated three key contributors to […]

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Friday Conversation

Sports Editor Matthew Yannie recently talked about the upcoming volleyball season with Lizzi Beal í12. The womenís volleyball team is looking to continue the winning tradition that earned them second place in the 2008 NCAC regular season, the teamís best finish in 25 years. Beal was honored as the NCAC Newcomer of the Year last […]

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After injury riddled 2008, cross country looks strong

It will be a twin thing this fall for Woosterís menís cross country team. If fans think theyíre seeing double at this yearís meets, theyíre not imagining things. The top runners for the cross country team will be twins Terry Workman í10 and Rik Workman í10. The Workman twins will look to lead the team […]

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Young squad looks to replicate last seasonís success

With the 2009-2010 season rapidly approaching, the womenís soccer team has been going through their paces hoping to add to their already long history as a top team in North Coast Athletic Conference. Coming off of a second-place finish in the conference tournament and a record of 14-6 last season they have set the bar […]

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Talent gives team best shot to win NCAC since 2004

The Wooster football team is back on Woosterís brand new turf field as it gears up for what could be its best shot to win the conference crown in five years. As the team returns 16 offensive and defensive starters, the Fighting Scots will look to do more than post another winning season ó the […]

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