Amid the falling leaves and first-year lanyards, a team of 13 women is spending its days gearing up to take a run at a goal. That goal, though, is not just a conference title ‚Ä” it is finishing what they came so close to achieving last season.
When last October rolled around, the women’s volleyball team was 8-12 ‚Ä” not an outstanding record, but also not very close to an exciting finish. Continue reading Volleyball team aims to pick up where it left off
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to claim that the Fighting Scots football team finished as one of the strongest teams in the country last season. After a slow start to the 2007 season, the team is out to prove that last year’s 4-6 record was an aberration and are ready to contend for a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) title. Continue reading Scots look to Sheppard as a leader in NCAC
For a team that, for half a decade, has shown nothing short of greatness on the pitch with an overall winning percentage above .750 and three NCAC Tournament bids, last year’s men’s soccer season ended as something of an anomaly. Continue reading Men’s team looks for offense this season
Last season the field hockey team, started 1-4. Despite a rash of injuries and adversity, the team still managed to win a share of the conference title. If the team can display the resolve it showed last season with a wealth of returning talent, it should be in the thick of the hunt for its third straight conference title. Continue reading Field hockey aims for a third title
Ali Drushal ’09 has arguably set enough records to catch Guinness’s eye. The 2006 and 2007 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Libero of the Year already has the set the school record for career digs and last year led all of NCAA Div. III in digs as well. However, for the senior volleyball standout, being an accomplished student athlete runs in the family. Continue reading Despite long family legacy, Ali Drushal sets records, makes own name for herself
Tomorrow, the entire field hockey team will step on the field at home against Transylvania University. After winning a share of the conference title last season, they have every reason to be excited and optimistic about the upcoming season. For Amanda Artman ’10, tomorrow’s game will have an even more significant meaning. Continue reading Back from injury, NCAC standout Artman mounts comeback