The Campus

Baseball secures conference spot

April 28, 2010

Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Allegheny Baseball team clinched a spot in the North Coast Athletic Conference tournament after winning three games against Oberlin College this past weekend. “Our goal each year is to win the conference championship and...

Women’s golf wins Wittenberg Invitational

April 21, 2010

Filed under Sports

With high winds and a challenging golf course, the women's golf team took first while the men placed third in the Wittenberg Invitational last weekend. Lauren Hammell, ’12, led the women's team and finished in second place. “I...

Men’s tennis wins three straight matches: Gators face Wooster in today’s Gold Rush match

April 21, 2010

Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports

The frequently ominous phrase, “what have you done lately?” has more of a hopeful ring to it if one asks the men's tennis team, which has won three consecutive matches leading up to today's match against Wooster. “I definitely...

Swim Coach Resigns

April 21, 2010

Filed under Sports, Swimming and Diving

Danielle Linder, head coach of both the men's and women's swimming and diving teams, resigned Tuesday after three seasons. Instead of returning after a successful season, she will be attending graduate school in the fall. Linder's...

Lacrosse wins thriller in 2OT

April 21, 2010

Filed under Sports

The Allegheny Women's Lacrosse team defeated conference rival Denison 11–10 in double overtime on Saturday afternoon.  Midfielder Abby Silvester, ’11, won it for the Gators with a shot that found the net 1:13 into the second...

Smith narrowly misses cut at Masters: 2001 graduate plays for second time at Augusta

April 14, 2010

Filed under Sports

As he walked up the 18th fairway at Augusta National Golf Club during the second round of the Masters Tournament, Nathan Smith, ’01, put his arm around his caddie and father, Larry Smith. “My favorite part of the Masters is having ...

Fencing Club hosts Hellbender Open

April 14, 2010

Filed under Sports

The Allegheny Fencing Club held its annual Hellbender Open fencing tournament on Sunday in the Wise Center that featured feints, parries and ripostes everywhere. Fencing enthusiasts from across the United States and even a few...

Gators set sights on NCAC playoff birth

April 14, 2010

Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Allegheny baseball team is now able to say something that they haven't been able to in a few seasons. “If we win, we're in,” said outfielder Zach Nichols, ’11. “And that's a great feeling just to know that we're in...

New coach hired

April 7, 2010

Filed under News, Sports

Jim Driggs, a former assistant coach for the University of Rochester, was announced as the new head basketball coach by Athletic Director Betsy Mitchell on Tuesday. Mitchell was excited to say that Driggs is the perfect man for...

Baseball breaks losing streak against Wooster upon return

March 31, 2010

Filed under Sports

Gators gear up during spring break The Allegheny baseball team returned home from their annual Florida trip with more than tan lines and dirt under their fingernails. After picking up five wins and losing two one-run games, t...

Softball battles in Florida tournament

March 31, 2010

Filed under Sports

Three days after the softball team opened up its season with two wins against Grove City in a doubleheader, the team headed to the National Spring Training Games in Clermont, Fla., where they went 4–5 during break. Coach Sandra...

Alumnus set to play in second Masters

March 31, 2010

Filed under Sports

Playing in The Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club is a lifelong dream of many amateur golfers and if given the chance to play, it is a once in a lifetime opportunity.  Next week, Allegheny graduate Nathan Smith, ’01,...

The student news site of Allegheny College
Sports