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Sports Profile of the Week: Assistant Coach Rachel Lee

December 8, 2013

By: Reem Abou Elenian [email protected] This fall, the Allegheny athletic department welcomed North Coast Athletic Conference alumna Rachel Lee to its staff to work as an assistant swimming and diving coach. Before...

Men’s basketball falls to Hiram

December 7, 2013

By PAT JAMESON Staff Writer [email protected] Allegheny Men’s basketball opened their NCAC schedule against Hiram College Wednesday night, losing to the visiting Terriers 67-61. The game was tied for much of...

Allegheny versus the NCAC

Alex Holmes

November 18, 2013

Athletic teams at Allegheny College compete against schools in the North Coast Athletic Conference, but though most people only pay attention to the competition on the athletic fields, the schools in the NCAC are even more competitive...

Men’s rugby ends season with loss

November 9, 2013

By ANASTASIA GEORGIADES Contributing Writer [email protected] Nov. 8, 2013   Last Saturday, the Allegheny College men’s rugby team faced off against the Robert Morris University Colonials in thei...

Men’s cross country takes second in NCAC championship

November 9, 2013

Pat Jameson, Staff Writer [email protected] Nov. 8, 2013   Bobby Over won his second consecutive NCAC championship, while leading the Allegheny cross country team to a second place finish overall last Satur...

Athletes deserve recognition

November 9, 2013

Non-athletes should  provide support, not criticism By COLLEEN PEGHER Spots Editor [email protected] Nov. 8, 2013   In the last few weeks, I have heard numerous comments regarding the performance of our ...

Allegheny sports anything but mediocre

November 9, 2013

By SAAC EXECUTIVE BOARD Contributing Writers [email protected] Nov. 8, 2013   Allegheny College athletics has a long history of success on and off the playing field. As a founding member of the NCAA, ou...

Allegheny should care about its football team

November 9, 2013

By Bryan Weisgal,   Contributing Writer Nov. 7, 2013 Growing up in a major city, it is hard on many levels to appreciate the complexity of football culture. From a distance; football culture associates basic foods, spare ti...

Men’s Soccer Update

October 25, 2013

By Pat Jameson, Staff Writer Oct. 25, 2013 Allegheny Men’s Soccer hit a roadblock this past week, losing two consecutive games for the first time this season. Wednesday’s game against Wooster College (3-9-1) resulted...

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