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Gators participate at first-ever NCAC Pentathlon

March 3, 2010

Three Gators participated in the first ever North Athletic Coast Conference Indoor Track and Field Pentathlon Saturday at Oberlin. The Pentathlon consisted of five separate track and field events: high jump, long jump, shot put, 55–meter hurdles and t...

New overtime rule “unnecessary”

March 3, 2010

This year, our post-football hangover was cured instantly by the Olympics, but now that those are done, there is a void in the sports world. March Madness isn’t for a few weeks, and the NHL season isn’t quite to the exciting...

Men’s basketball eliminated by OWU

February 24, 2010

Sometimes the best defense is a good offense, and Ohio Wesleyan proved that Tuesday night at the Wise Center, jumping out to a big lead and holding off the Gators for a 73–59 victory. The Bishops shot 61.4 percent from the fiel...

Women’s basketball chewed up by Big Red

February 24, 2010

The women's basketball team concluded their season with a disappointing 80–58 loss to the Denison Big Red in the first round of the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Tournament Tuesday in Granville, Ohio. The Lady Gators made the pl...

Tennis stumbles in spring season debut

February 24, 2010

The women’s tennis team opened up their spring season Feb. 20 with a loss to Division II school Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). This match was not originally on the schedule, but because a different team cancelled...

Olympic Winter Games lack “resonance”

February 17, 2010

Ah, the Winter Olympics return. I confess that I haven't watched this year's Olympics at all-not the opening ceremonies, none of the events, not even any of the tragic news about the now-deceased luger. (The only way I know about...

Swimming places 4th, 5th at NCACs

February 17, 2010

The men and women's swimming and diving teams finished fourth and fifth, respectively, at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships in Ohio on Feb. 13. “Going into the meet, I felt good about where we were as a team,” said Coach Daniel...

Sports in Brief

February 16, 2010

Women's Tennis: After posting a 2–3 record last fall, the Allegheny women’s tennis team will start off their spring season on Saturday with a match against Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). Lauren Kristofo, ’11,...

Athlete of the Week: Hank Heeter – Forward's fast steps leap Gators to victory over Lords

February 11, 2010

Hank Heeter, ’10, had a breakout game Saturday against Kenyon, scoring 19 points, nine of them from behind the arc. He also scored the first nine points of the game for the Gators and looks to continue his strong play in the final games leading up to the ...

Lady Gators split weekend at Wise Center

February 10, 2010

Gold was the color of redemption for the Gators last Wednesday. After losing on the road to Earlham over winter break, the Gators proved themselves to be the superior team through their defeat of the Quakers 71–46 at the Gol...

New improvements give track high hopes

February 10, 2010

With roughly 20 teams scheduled to participate at Mount Union’s Jim Wuske Invitational on Feb. 6, the invitational was anticipated to be a grueling and highly competitive meet for the men and women’s track teams. “Sat...

Weekend Sports Update-Gator Basketball

February 7, 2010

Both the men's and women's basketball teams were in action at the Wise Center this weekend, with the women beating Earlham on Friday 71-46 but falling Saturday to Wittenberg 57-69. The men's team defeated Kenyon on Saturday afternoon...

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