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Trophy hunt for women’s lax

Isabel Abarca Contributing Writer The College of Wooster’s women’s lacrosse team is looking strong as their season nears. With a final record of 13-5 at the end of their 2013 season, the Scots are ready to pick up where they left off. With eight returning starters, they will head a team full of talent and […]

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Do I hear crickets or is that just ignorance?

Sheamus dalton Everyone enjoys an innocent chirp. As long as it doesn’t include profanity or particularly heinous comments, a humorous, well-timed chirp never hurt anyone, right? Over the weekend, I watched the men’s lacrosse team play Walsh University in an early season scrimmage. And yes, seemingly intrinsic to the nature of lacrosse and maybe even […]

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Men’s lacrosse ready to dominate

Lincoln Plews Senior Sports Writer After a solid 9-6 record in 2013 and a loss in the conference semifinals, the men’s lacrosse team is hoping to ride the wave of a strong core of returning contributors and new freshman talent all the way to the conference championship this year. “After a third-place finish in conference […]

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Scots unable to break Kenyon’s strong flow

Kasey Fiedler Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots women’s basketball team demonstrated resilience in their battle against Kenyon College. The Scots compiled a late 21-5 scoring run in the second half, but the Ladies of Kenyon established an early cushion that prevented the Scots from achieving a victory at their final regular season match-up on […]

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Scots break three records

Sheamus Dalton Sports Editor Over the weekend, the Wooster swimming and diving teams finished their seasons strong at the NCAC championships in Granville, Ohio. The Scots set three new school records and qualified for two NCAA “B” cuts, one of the requirements needed to qualify for the NCAA championships. In the end, the men finished […]

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Guest Sports Column

Title IX makes tidal waves in college sports   Nicki Gustafson In the 1930s a woman named Eva Shorb attended the College of Wooster. She was a golfer who practiced with the men’s golf team and would have been their best player. The following year it was decided that varsity sports were unfit for young […]

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