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Men’s lacrosse starts conference play undefeated

Aleksi Pelkonen Sports Editor The College of Wooster Fighting Scots men’s lacrosse team has started conference play undefeated, winning the first three of what will be eight North Coast Athletic Conference matchups. The Scots now have an overall record of 7-5. The Fighting Scots started conference play against Wabash University. Wooster won the game 20-7 […]

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Softball team falls short against DePauw and Franklin

Megan Zerrer Sports Editor The College of Wooster softball team had an action-packed weekend, playing games on both Saturday, April 1, and Sunday, April 2. Unfortunately for the team, DePauw University and Franklin College topped the Scots. The softball team traveled to Indiana to take on DePauw in the team’s first NCAC competition this season. […]

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Track teams deliver in NCAC Championships

Ben Blotner Contributing Writer Wooster’s track and field teams competed in the North Coast Athletic Conference Multi-Event Championships over the weekend. Conor Maley ’17 set a new school record in the men’s heptathlon, while Carolyn Webster ’19 and Taryn Szalay ’17 earned All-NCAC honors for their performances in the women’s pentathlon. The men’s heptathlon saw […]

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Scots win 16th NCAC title as Coach Moore collects 800th win

Sam Kuhn Contributing Writer The men’s basketball team hit the road and travelled to Ohio Wesleyan University last weekend to finish their conference play in the NCAC tournament. On Friday night, they took down #14 Denison en route to the championship game the following day against Ohio Wesleyan. Against Denison, the Scots blasted out of […]

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Salzman ends season on a high note

Taylor Sikich Contributing Writer This past weekend, to conclude the swimming and diving season, diver Aaron Salzman ’17 traveled to Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich. to compete in the NCAA Division III Diving Regional competition. In order to qualify for the regional competition, Salzman had to surpass the 395-point NCAA Division III 1-meter qualification […]

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Recent additions have Cavs poised for chance at a repeat

When Cleveland Cavaliers starting guard J.R. Smith had surgery in the middle of December, few would have expected or hoped that this was the start of a season-long trend for the Cavs of horribly unlucky injuries. Kevin Love underwent surgery a few weeks ago in order to rehabilitate a nagging knee injury. These injuries forced […]

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