The womenís soccer team traveled to Marietta, Ohio last weekend for the annual Marietta Classic Tournament.
The Scots proved their worth and made their school proud by converting two wins and taking the tournament championship title. The first game could be said to have been something of a mismatch with St. Vincent College on the losing end of a lopsided final score of 8-2 in favor of the Scots. Continue reading Womenís soccer brings home title
It seems as if the Wooster field hockey team has pick up right where they left off last season.
The Scots won two thrilling games this past weekend as they defeated Rhodes College 4-3 on Saturday and Transylvania University 6-1 on Sunday.
The Scots won in overtime on Saturday, despite trailing the Lynx 1-3 at halftime. Continue reading Field hockey undefeated
It was a great day to christen the new John P. Papp stadium. The sun was shining, the stands were full and the only thing missing was a Fighting Scot victory.
In an extremely entertaining game, which came down to the final play, the Scots came up on the losing end of a 42-39 final against the Waynesburg University Yellow Jackets. Continue reading Football falls late in thrilling season opener against Waynesburg
McGaw to broadcast national radio show
The nationally syndicated radio program ìWhadíYa Know?” will be broadcasting from McGaw Chapel tomorrow. The show, hosted by Michael Feldman, is an entertainment program that includes commentary and trivia on the news of the day as well as regular humor features. Students can purchase tickets for the live show at the Florence O. Wilson Bookstore for $20, or tune in to 89.3 FM (WKRW) at 11 a.m. for the show.
Rise in motor vehicle theft in City of Wooster
Wooster Chief of Police Steve Glick stated on Tuesday that there have been 252 reported thefts from motor vehicles this year, compared to the 243 this time in 2008. Police reports indicate that the middle-to-northern part of the city has the worst theft from motor vehicle rates, though these are not limited to one location and can be as high as five in one night.
Glick told The Daily Record he was aware of the increase, but could not say what measures would be taken to combat the issue. Rather, he urged residents of Wooster to take precautions such as hiding valuables in the trunk while away.
Hurricane Fred increases in strength
Hurricane Fred strengthened to a Category 2 storm in the Atlantic on Wednesday.
The National Hurricane Center stated that Fred would keep to the eastern Atlantic, far from the U.S. oil and gas operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
Fred is the second hurricane of the 2009 Atlantic season. This hurricane season, the Atlantic-Caribbean basin endured five tropical storms and one other hurricane besides Fred with minimal damage.