Archive | February, 2010

ìMary Queen of Scots” plays with history

ìMary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off,” by Scottish playwright Liz Lochead opened this Wednesday, Feb. 24 at the Freedlander Theatre and will continue to run this Friday and Saturday at 8:15 p.m. The play centers around the relationship between Mary Queen of Scots (Amanda Keith í11) and her first cousin, Elizabeth I […]

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Scots go to battle for NCAC title

After slumping in the middle of the season, the menís basketball team has found their rhythm from the outside. The† No. 19 Scotsí aerial assault continued last Tuesday, as the Scots declared war on the Kenyon College perimeter defense ó dropping bombs from the outside to coast to a 73-59 victory over the Lords. The […]

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Scots knocked from NCAC tournament, ending season

Despite holding the Kenyon Ladies to just 19 points in the second half, the Wooster womenís basketball teamís season ended in a 48-47 loss in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Tuesday in Gambier, Ohio. The Scots (11-15, 8-8 NCAC) trailed the Ladies (17-9, 8-7 NCAC) throughout the entire game.† The Scotsí late […]

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FRESH TAKE ON SPORTS

The NBA trade deadline illuminates the contenders Midway through the NBA season, teams struggle to assert themselves as title contenders. The top trades in the Association left some teams feeling like winners and some feeling even more lost. Eastern Conference Winner: Cleveland Cavaliers The Cavs significantly improved the depth and talent in their frontcourt with […]

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Menís tennis starts 2-0

The men and womenís tennis teams opened their season with menís matches against Malone University and Otterbein College last week.† The Scotsí men defeated Malone 6-3 at the North Canton Racquet Club in North Canton, Ohio. Wooster earned a 2-1 lead with a pair of doubles victories with Matt Hoch í12 and Ethan Arenstein í11 […]

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Lax seeking NCAA

The menís lacrosse team has developed into a contender in the NCAC, but looks to take the next step with a young team and reach the NCAA tournament in 2010. After a phenomenal 2008 season in which a great senior class led the Scots to an 11-3 record, a less experienced team entered a rebuilding […]

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