Sports

Golf Competes at A-10 Championship

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Will Jones –  Every young golfer dreams of it: walking up the 18th fairway in the final pairing of the final round, the crowd cheering as you tip your cap, ball on the green with a birdie putt to win the championship. You read the break, line it up, andRead More

Fortier Hoping to Lead ‘Cats to A-10 Title

Fortier Hoping to Lead ‘Cats to A-10 Title

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Wes Kerr – Davidson Baseball’s Brian Fortier is enjoying a monster senior season. The 6 foot 6 inch first baseman leads the Atlantic 10 with ten home runs and is ranked in the top fifty long ball hitters in the nation. “B-Fort,” as he is called by Wildcat fans, alsoRead More

Both Track Teams Primed for Peak Performances at Conference

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Ian Robertson – With an insatiable, fiery passion to improve and maximize one’s ultimate potential, it could be said that every sport’s best competitors are never truly satisfied with their performance. However, it could also be argued that in certain sports, like Track & Field, this lack of satisfaction reachesRead More

Profiling Davidson Ultimate Frisbee Folk (DUFF)

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Jacob Margolis – What image develops in your head when you hear or read the words “Ultimate Frisbee?” You probably pictured some goofy guys flicking a disc around on the quad with their dog; I know that’s what I pictured. This could not be farther from the truth, except maybeRead More

Lacrosse Sets Sight on Return Trip to A-10 Tournament

Lacrosse Sets Sight on Return Trip to A-10 Tournament

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Jonathan Swann – Almost halfway through conference play, the women’s lacrosse team is hoping for a few more solid A-10 wins to make the A-10 tournament in Philadelphia. Ten A-10 schools play lacrosse, and the top six qualify for the A-10 tournament. Last year, the Wildcats qualified for the tournamentRead More