Sports

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

Men’s Golf Catching Fire as Season Draws to a Close

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Will Jones – As the spring semester begins to wind down, the Davidson Men’s Golf team is starting to heat up as they put together their final preparations for the A10 Conference Championships. The tournament has been held for the last two years at the Grand Cypress Resort in Orlando,Read More

The Barca Way: An International Model of Success

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Ian Robertson – Lionel Messi. Luis Suarez. Neymar. These are household names even to the most naïve of sports fans. FC Barcelona currently has all 3 players on its roster, and accordingly is the most well-known and arguably the most highly regarded soccer club in the world. Yet the pervasiveRead More

Trust, Commitment, Care: Jack Gibbs and his Davidson Career

Trust, Commitment, Care: Jack Gibbs and his Davidson Career

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Jonathan Swann – When Jack Gibbs ’17 was an incoming freshman on the Davidson basketball team, he, along with rising sophomore Jordan Barham ’16, decided to get TCC, Coach Bob McKillop’s mantra for the team, tattooed on his rib cage. This seems like a bold decision for an incoming freshman,Read More