March 31, 2020
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Lions swimmers earn 18 All-American awards

March 31, 2004 Vanessa Wolkovitsch 1

The men’s swimming and diving team competed at the three-day 2004 NCAA Division III Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships hosted by Principia College last week.

Defending NCAA Division III Champion, Kenyon College collected its 25th straight team title after accruing 678. […]

Cook stars in Lions loss to NYU Violets

March 31, 2004 Lindsay Scarborough 0

Freshman tennis player Justin Cook is pretty happy with his move to the College this season. After transferring from the University of Connecticut last year, he hasn’t looked back. “It got frustrating that I wasn’t playing much, because I really enjoy (tennis),” Cook said. […]

Men’s lacrosse wins last home game

March 31, 2004 Jackie Hehir 0

The men’s club lacrosse team stepped out onto the turf for their last regular season game under the lights this past weekend.

Supported by a large home crowd, the Lions took control of the game against Rutgers University-New Brunswick early and the Scarlet Knights could only hope to keep up until the final 9-4 Lions win. […]

Women’s rugby enjoys continued success

March 31, 2004 Lauren Kidd 0

The College’s women’s rugby club returned from Annapolis, Md. with a third place finish at the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union (MARFU) championships over the weekend.

After dropping a 21-0 decision to Mary Washington in the first round of the tournament on Saturday, the Lions, who are 3-1 this spring and went an undefeated 3-0 in Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union competition in the fall season, went on to defeat St. […]

Third-ranked lacrosse wins two games by double-digits

March 31, 2004 Kristen George Goros 0

To describe the women’s lacrosse team as an offensive powerhouse would be an understatement. In a 13-2 win, its high-powered offense defeated its latest victims, the Eagles of Mary Washington College, on Saturday afternoon.

In the process, the now third-ranked Lions extended their regular-season win streak to 40 after the win against their ninth-ranked opponent in Lions’ Stadium. […]

From soccer to All-American lacrosse

March 31, 2004 Kristen Zimmerman 0

Four years ago, as an incoming soccer recruit, most people would not have expected senior midfielder Katie Wagenblast’s athletic success to involve a lacrosse stick.

Last year’s Division III Player of the Year and this year’s pick for the Preseason Player of the Year by Lacrosse Magazine, Wagenblast was originally recruited as a soccer player but decided to give up soccer and focus on lacrosse in her junior year. […]

Intellectualism discouraged by corporate media

March 31, 2004 Matt McDowell 0

We have let ourselves become complacent, and taken it to heart that somehow those of us who are more intelligent and in the know are somehow to be watched with the utmost suspicion.

Those of us, for example, who do not take what we see in the media or in our textbooks as gospel are routinely derided as freaks and hysterics who should just keep our mouths shut and stop rocking the boat. […]

Gay marriage arguments defy sense and tradition

March 31, 2004 Matt Esposito 0

There has been much made of this gay marriage dispute recently and I feel that people need to get a grip on how truly serious this problem is.

Edmund Burke once said, “The way for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing.” This is precisely what is happening in our country today. […]

Flawed housing lottery leaves many disappointed

March 31, 2004 Donna Kardos 0

In college, top stresses for most students should include getting work done for classes, doing well on exams, attaining good grades and paving the way towards a successful future.

This past week, however, these have all been placed on the backburner for most students at the College (with the exception of graduating seniors), to make way for the overly stressful process of housing. […]

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