Archive | November, 2009

INTERNATIONAL

Fight between Hamas and Israel stall Reports on talks between Hamas and Israel may be overly optimistic.† Both groups reacted cautiously at the news that their talks to exchange hundreds of Palestinian prisoners for one Israeli soldier may conclude this month. Unidentified sources noted the talks were to finish before the Muslim festival Eid al-Adha, […]

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Scot field hockeyís NCAA journey comes to a close

The field hockey teamís season came to an end last Saturday.† Despite a 4-0 loss to No. 2 Salisbury University, the team can hang its hat on the finest season in team history. This loss marks the end of a terrific season for the Scots who managed a very impressive record of 17-6. The NCAC […]

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Wenz not enough in loss

The womenís basketball team traded baskets with John Carroll University all night on Monday, but eventually fell short in securing victory in the season opener. Despite leading at many points in the second half, the Scots were undone by turnovers and untimely fouls late in the game, giving John Carroll the 85-82 win.

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Women swim to 5-0

The womenís swimming and diving team bolstered their dual-meet record over the weekend with victories over Oberlin College (108-97) and Case Western Reserve University (160-77). With the wins the Scots improved to 5-0 on the season while winning the annual Veale Classic.

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Men drop first game

Well, it could have started off better for the Scots. In their first official game of the season, the Fighting Scots fell to Albion College 57-55.† Despite never trailing by more than four points, and having the lead for more than 18 minutes in the second half, the Scots were susceptible to a late Albion […]

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FRIDAY CONVERSATION

Editor in Chief Andrew Vogel and Voice Staff Writer Jason Weingardt sat down and spoke with Steve Moore, the menís basketball head coach.

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