Archive | October, 2011

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Bite-Sized Sports Campus Skelly named Player of the Week Wooster defender George Skelly ’14 was named NCAC Player-of-the-Week in men’s soccer on Monday. Skelly scored the game-winning goal against Oberlin College on Saturday, giving the Scots their first NCAC victory in two years (woosterathletics.com) NFL No teams attend Owens’ workout Free agent wide receiver Terrell […]

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WHAT GRINDS GOON’S GEARS, NFL quarterback disparity is hard to believe

WHAT GRINDS GOON’S GEARS NFL quarterback disparity is hard to believe Matt Magoon An NFL quarterback is expected to lead his team to victory on a weekly basis. As the core player on the offensive side of the ball, this individual holds the team’s fate in his hands every snap. This is why it is […]

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Soccer teams up and down in tough conference matches

Soccer teams up and down in tough conference matches Matt Magoon Sports Editor After several close losses, the men’s soccer team looked to top DePauw University on Oct. 15. At the time, DePauw was ranked No. 25 in the nation. The windy conditions proved to play a factor in the game on Carl Dale Memorial […]

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Volleyball dominates home games against NCAC foes

Volleyball dominates home games against NCAC foes Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Scots’ volleyball team went 4-0 on Oct. 15 and 16 as it hosted an NCAC Play Date against Oberlin College, Allegheny College, Denison University and Ohio Wesleyan University. None of their opponents won a single set in what was a truly dominating Wooster […]

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Field hockey goes 1-for-3

Field hockey goes 1-for-3 Scots fall to Kenyon, DePauw; shut out Earlham Ethan Flack Sports Editor The College of Wooster field hockey team went 1-2 in conference play over the past two weeks, dropping the Scots (7-9, 6-6 NCAC) into fourth place in the North Coast Athletic Conference standings. Wooster faced off against Kenyon College […]

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Football drops two more

Football drops two more Travis Marmon Sports Editor The Wooster football team continued its losing skid over the past two weeks, falling on the road to Washington University of St. Louis on Oct. 15 and losing their final home game against Case Western Reserve University last Saturday. The Scots (2-5, 1-2 NCAC) put forth a […]

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