Sports

Taylor Willenbring '18 will be looking to reach the podium in multiple events at the A-10 
Championships. Photo courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Willenbring Reflects on His Swimming Career

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Wes Kerr- If you followed Davidson sports around the past couple of years, you’ll know the name Elise Lankiewicz, who set the school’s record books ablaze throughout her four years. Now, in a couple more months, another one of Davidson’s great swimmers will hang up the goggles for a finalRead More

Athletic Director Jim Murphy and President Quillen addressing Davidson's move from the SoCon to A-10 Conference in 2014. Photo courtesy of A-10 Photos

President Quillen: An Advocate for and Fan of Davidson Sports

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Sam Thomas- President Carol Quillen wears many hats here at Davidson College. She is a pioneer for the history of our institution as its first woman president. She leads our school towards equal educational opportunities for students of all backgrounds. She is our unifying presence during our nation and community’sRead More

Flickerball championships quickly approaching

Flickerball championships quickly approaching

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Wes Kerr- For first-year students here at Davidson, the words Sunday afternoon and flickerball are essentially synonymous.  Despite fatigue from a grueling academic week (and possibly a late Saturday night), the Wildcats’ finest intramural athletes head out to the IMACs each weekend with intensity and excitement.  It is rare toRead More

Sarah Sears ’18 reflects on athletic career

Sarah Sears ’18 reflects on athletic career

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Sam Thomas- Davidson – We’re just trying to keep getting better. You’ve probably heard the phrase before. Press conferences are filled with the phrase. Yet, in cross country and track and field “better” is a measurable, unavoidable dimension of performance. For Sarah Sears, a five-time Atlantic 10 podium finisher andRead More

The 'Cats defend the net in a home game against UMass on September 17th. Photo by Erin Gross

Field Hockey Looks to Rebound After Slow Start

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Wes Kerr- Just two years removed from a thrilling run to the Atlantic 10 semifinals, success has not come so easily to the Davidson field hockey program in 2017. They have trudged through rough waters during the past two seasons and have still yet to capture their first victory afterRead More