Month: November 2001

Give me back my Twins!

Over the past few years, Major League Baseball has been struggling with many issues that seem to threaten the viability of the sport.

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Ranked seventh in the NESCAC, men’s hockey banks on chemistry

Men’s ice hockey is out for revenge this year. Memories of a tough 9-15-1 record last season and a crushing defeat at the hands of archrival Amherst in the NESCAC quarterfinals will weigh heavily on the minds of this hungry team.

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Youthful women’s hockey enters season ranked second nationally

Head coach Joe Milan is entering his third season at the helm of the women’s ice hockey team, having amassed a 36-14-1 record over his first two seasons.

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New-look women’s b-ball to rely on quickness

The 2001-02 women’s basketball team will take on a new look this year, as youth and, hopefully, quickness will replace the experience and scoring ability of three talented outgoing seniors.

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Healthy grapplers excited for season

In Chandler Gym last February, Conan Leary ’02 (184 lb.), Charles Danhof ’03 (133 lb.) and Dan Jacobs ’03 (125 lb.) wrestled their way to all-New England honors.

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Men’s hoops looks to replace defensive stars lost to graduation

There may be a bunch of familiar faces on the court when men’s basketball opens its season November 20, but it will be a very different team.

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Fifth place regional finish earns men’s harriers NCAA trip

Men’s cross-country finished fifth behind Keene State (54 points), Bowdoin (83), MIT (106) and Tufts (113) at the 2001 Division III New England Regional Championship held at Westfield State College on Saturday.

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Your Friendly Neighborhood Sports Columnist

This is the space in the paper in which you are usually amazed by my sense of wit and humor.

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Women’s X-Country heads to NCAAs

Women’s cross country qualified for the Division III NCAA Championships on Saturday.

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Volleyball falls in final of NCAA regional tournament

Volleyball (29-4) ended its season this past weekend by advancing to the championship of the NCAA Div. III regional tournament before losing a five game heart breaker to Wellesley.

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