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Swimming Looks Strong in Early Season Meets

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Will Jones – After a 7th place finish last year at the A-10 Championships, the men’s swim team graduated many strong contributing members of their team, including Luke Burton ’16, who qualified for Olympic Trials. However, the team picked up a strong recruiting class of 7 freshmen who are alreadyRead More

My Life as a Cubs Fan

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Will Brewster – I’ll never forget the morning of August 3, 2002. I sprang out of bed, threw on my Cubs hat, grabbed my mitt, and boarded the Metra with my Dad for the 50-minute train ride to Wrigley Field. I was going to my first Cubs game. I’ll alwaysRead More

Feaster: A Model of Consistency on the Court

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Wes Kerr – Anna Catharine Feaster, a standout athlete on the tennis court, was named to the Atlantic 10 First Team and won back to back Player of the Week Awards this past March. She led the ‘Cats to the A-10 Championship final in 2016, going an impressive 14-6 inRead More

Yarbrough and Mogen Lead Cross Country at A-10’s

Yarbrough and Mogen Lead Cross Country at A-10’s

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Jonathan Swann – Caroline Yarbrough and Walker Mogen each recorded top-10 finishes at the Atlantic 10 cross country championships this past Saturday to propel the Wildcats to fourth place as a team for women and seventh for men. The championships, held at Richmond’s Pole Green Park, showcased the talent ofRead More

Davidson Football Not Deterred by Recent Struggles

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Jacob Margolis – Although Davidson Football has experienced what has arguably been an improvement from last year’s tumultuous season, the team has still recorded just 2 wins, and is looking for ways it can improve upon what has been a recent stretch of tantalizingly close losses. Losing Streak: Davidson FootballRead More