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Voices From the Crowd – Small collegiate sports deserve equal resources

Paul Lance Contributing Writer I’m sure most of us either watched our very own football team hand a beat down to the visiting Beavers of Bluffton University or enjoyed watching our favorite Division-I teams play all day Saturday. Whoever we watched, it was clear that college football is finally back. With the arrival of college […]

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Scots football wins in biggest opening victory since 2000

Ian Ricoy Sports Editor The Scots dominated Bluffton University 31-6 in their non-conference home opener. The two sides seemed equally matched in the first half with both teams failing to get on the score board, but after a third quarter touchdown from quarterback Mateo Renteria ’22 to Nick Strausbaugh ’20, the Scots were on a […]

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Men’s soccer plays European teams during their summer trip

Ben Blotner  Contributing Writer  The College of Wooster men’s soccer team had an opportunity to see a different, unique part of the world over the summer, as they spent Aug. 4-13 playing matches and viewing local attractions in the Netherlands and Germany. Most of the trip was spent in the city of Nijemegen, part of […]

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Field hockey starts the season strong and optimistic

Angad Singh Sports Editor Looking out to dominate all the way to the finals again this year, The College of Wooster field hockey team started out strong at home last week with a win over rivals Wittenberg on Sunday, Aug. 31. The Scots dominated the game from the start with Caitlyn O’Connor ’21 finding the […]

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Scots football motivated to exceed expectations

Ian Ricoy Sports Editor  The NCAC football season is upon us with the Wooster Fighting Scots preparing for a tough conference schedule this year. All eyes are on the trio of conference champs Wittenberg, Denison and Wabash as each school returns a with a plethora of talent. The preseason media poll has the Scots remaining […]

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 Where the English Premier League falls short

Nick Shereikis Contributing Writer Harry Maguire, $99.18 million. Aaron Wan-Bissaka, $62.70 million. Daniel James, $19.38 million. Though none of these signings are even near icon Paul Paugba’s 2016 transfer fee (roughly $117 million), it is unquestionable that Manchester United splashed some serious cash in this year’s English Premier League (EPL) summer transfer window. While that’s […]

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