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Women’s soccer builds momentum with win over Luther
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Women’s soccer builds momentum with win over Luther

The Scots downed the Luther Norse 1-0 Tuesday night, bringing their overall record to 3-2-1. While the first half was slow, the second half began with an offensive explosion from the Scots. At 50 minutes in, Kate Bond ’21 sniped the ball from nearly 100 feet out. “It was a build-up out of the back,”…

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Small pitching staff overcomes injury to lead Softball team

By Theo Bilski One pitcher, 14 innings. A grueling task for anyone asked to perform it. And yet, this is a task that was asked of the Macalester softball pitching staff many times this season. Morghan Bean ’18, Sophie Migacz ’19, and Makaya Resner ’19 are the three pitchers for the Macalester softball team. Each…

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Men’s Tennis looks to make playoffs in late-season push

The Macalester Men’s Tennis Team enters its late season run finely poised. With four matches still to be played in the regular season, all of them in the MIAC, the team is 6-7 (2-3 MIAC). They have notched conference victories over Saint Mary’s University and Concordia College while falling to Saint John’s University, Gustavus Adolphus…

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Paul Reischmann, swim team enjoy the fruits of their labor

Paul Reischmann ’19 is a mean, lean, swimming machine. His large, rough hands and firm handshake are an ode to his innate athleticism, dedication and hard work. But he cannot be considered a Mozart of swimming. Having only started at age 12, Reischmann could be considered a late bloomer in the sport in which he…

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Track and Field shines at MIAC Championships

On Saturday, February 25, the Macalester Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track teams competed at the MIAC Indoor Championships. While the men got strong showings from Lachlan Hinwood ’17 and Jack Schultenover ’18, the women’s team stole the headlines. The women’s team thoroughly enjoyed the meet at St. Thomas, finishing in fifth place overall with 72.5…

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Volleyball hires new head coach

Macalester alumna Sarah Graves ’04 has been named the new head coach of the volleyball team. Former coach Annie Doman has stepped down to take a position in the Career Development Center after serving as head of the program for seven seasons. Her overall record in that time was 70-126, including 9-18 in her final…

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Women’s Swim and Dive team ready for conference run

With a schedule as irregular as Women’s Swimming and Diving’s, it can be easy to overlook just how well the Scots are performing this year. However, the Swim and Dive team, now over a month into its 2016-17 campaign, is swimming at an elite level. The team is comprised of both experienced veterans and promising…

Men’s Soccer advances to MIAC Championship
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Men’s Soccer advances to MIAC Championship

Max Kent ’20 evades a forward from St. John’s to push the ball up onto the offensive half of the field in the Men’s Soccer semifinal of the MIAC playoffs on Wednesday night. The Men’s Soccer team finished the regular season ranked second in the MIAC with an overall receord of 12-3-3. With goals scored…

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Macalester, the MIAC and anti-LGBTQ colleges in Minnesota

By Spencer Nelson ’17 This past Tuesday, October 11 was National Coming Out Day (NCOD). This was decently well-publicized at Macalester by the Department of Multicultural Life, and it even got a shoutout in the Daily Piper. While Macalester is not always the safest and most welcoming place for LGBTQ individuals, there are institutions across…

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