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Senior ice hockey players recognized

Ben Blotner Senior Sports Writer The College of Wooster ice hockey club held its senior night on Friday, Feb. 22 at Alice Noble Ice Arena. The Fighting Scots fell to the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford Panthers by a score of 5-2, but held pregame festivities to honor the squad of seniors Leonard Wine ’19, Connor Ferreri […]

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Heartbreak at Timken, Scots fall to Witt by four points

Fighting Scots Men’s Basketball lose NCAC Tournament Final 79-75 to the Wittenberg University Tigers   Matt Olszewski Sports Editor Although the NCAC tournament did not go quite as well for The College of Wooster men’s basketball team as they had hoped, there was plenty to be proud of. The team was the top seed going […]

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Voices from the Crowd: Tennis sees a new era of superstars

For what I consider my whole life, I have watched almost every major tennis event. From Wimbledon in July to the Australian Open at the beginning of each year, tennis has constantly been a part of my habits. Growing up in a family that loves sports, and especially tennis, it is expected that we have […]

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Timken Gymnasium hosts the Big Blue Bash event

Saeed Husain News Editor This past weekend saw one of the year’s most anticipated basketball games in Timken Gymnasium — the Big Blue Bash, held between the Special Olympians from the Nick Amster Foundation and a group of first-responders from the city of Wooster. The duel was held in front of an excited crowd on […]

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Wooster Swimming ends season with a splash

Cat Baker Contributing Writer Fighting Scots men’s and women’s swim and dive teams finished out their season with a splash this past weekend at the NCAC Championships. The women’s team finished in fourth place, with Kenyon, Denison and DePauw in first, second and third, respectively. The men’s team swam into fifth place, with Denison, Kenyon, […]

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Voices from the Crowd: MLB’s broken financial system leads to frozen offseason

As spring training rolls around and each Major League Baseball team reports to either Florida or Arizona to prepare for the start of the season, some of the sport’s biggest stars are startlingly absent. The 2018-2019 free agent class featured perennial superstars such as Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, two players on a Hall-of-Fame track […]

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