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Campus Council seeks information on club sports injuries

Campus Council tasks its Club Sports Committee with investigating injury prevention and care practices among club sports teams. The committee will first look at Quidditch, then at all other club sports. Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor Campus Council (CC) is working with members of club sports teams to review how injuries sustained by club sports players […]

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Men sprint to second, women vault to fourth at home meet

Isabel Abarca Senior Sports Writer The College’s track and field teams hosted the indoor Fighting Scots Invitational with runners from Wittenberg University, Denison University, Oberlin College and Kenyon College this past weekend. 

The men placed second in a field of five teams, ending the day with 123 points. They fell just short of Wittenberg, which […]

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Fighting Scots topple Little Giants

Roger An Contributing Writer In a basketball game, communication is key. It is a trait that is hard to quantify but can be the difference between a win and a loss. 

In Saturday’s blowout win versus Wabash College, the Fighting Scots were certainly all on the same page during their 90-66 victory. 

With twice the […]

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Hot shot John Scott pick of the lot for All-Star Game

If you’re like me, you’re not a hockey fan. It’s nothing personal. It’s a sport that I have tried to get into again and again, but it’s just not for me. This isn’t anything against hockey players or fans — I think it’s an incredibly beautiful game that deserves a lot of respect — but […]

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Volleyball splits Saturday’s matchups, record now 11-4

Megan Zerrer Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots volleyball team had a busy Saturday away from home, facing off against long-time rival Oberlin and then head-ing back onto the court to battle it out with Earlham the same day. Although the team struggled and ultimately lost to Oberlin, it pulled out a win against Earlham in […]

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Men’s golf finish fourth at tourney

Aleksi Pelkonen Contributing Writer Charlie Holt ’19 led the Fighting Scots to a fourth-place finish at the Purple Raider Invitational over the weekend. The Purple Raider Invitational was hosted by the University of Mount Union at Tannenhauf Golf Course in Alliance, Ohio. The Scots shot a solid 305 as a team on Saturday and managed […]

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