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Sports Rewind for 5/13

Football On May 6, the team was one of 218 Division I programs to not reach a sufficient score for the annual Academic Progress Rate, which was established by the NCAA in February 2005.…

Rollin’ Owls teach more than basketball

Players race down the hardwood, dribbling and passing the ball. A foul is called and a basket is made. These are all the sights and sounds of a familiar game. But this scene doesn’t include Dionte Christmas or Lady Comfort.…

Sports Rewind for 2/12

Women’s Tennis The winning continued Sunday for the women’s team, which made it back-to-back days of shutouts after defeating Lehigh 7-0 in Bethlehem, Pa. The Owls won six singles and three doubles matches to sweep the Mountain Hawks.…

Freshmen aim to better 8th-place finishes

The first meet of the indoor track and field season is still a couple weeks away, but the Owls are preparing themselves to be a top contender in the Atlantic Ten Conference not only this year, but also for the long haul.…

Runners hoping to avoid No. 13 at Championships

For the men’s and women’s cross country teams, 13 represents an unlucky number when it comes to the Atlantic Ten Conference Championship meet. That’s because for the past two years, both teams have finished in that spot competing against the rest of the field.…

Lokey seeking A-10 title run

Entering this season, two goals were locked inside Alli Lokey’s mind: win an Atlantic Ten Conference championship and beat Richmond. On Friday, Lokey discovered one of those two goals would have to wait another day, if in fact it would ever come.…

Offense awakens in 2nd half to spark victory

When it comes to playing unranked foes, the field hockey team seems to know how to get the job done. The Owls continued their perfect streak against unranked teams, defeating Virginia Commonwealth, 3-1, at Geasey Field Sunday.…

Hopes high, despite inexperience

Coach David MacWilliams knows it. The players know it. The men’s soccer team is young. Yet they’re not using that as an excuse as they move forward and try to rectify a team that finished with a program-worst 2-14-1 record last season.…