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Swim and dive championships this week

Swim and dive championships this week

By Zach Brown
February 20th, 2015

This weekend, the Blazer and Johnnie Swim and Dive teams will make their way to the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center for a chance to unseat repeat champions on both the men’s and women’s side of the competition. The men’s …
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New trio of softball pitchers

New trio of softball pitchers

By Jake Schultz
February 20th, 2015

There’s a new kid on the block for Blazer softball. Actually, there are three. Three first-years are taking over the pitching circle for the Blazers this season after the team lost last year’s standout, junior Emily Englemeier, due to personal …
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More to hockey than fights

More to hockey than fights

By Natalie Hager
February 20th, 2015

There are two moments in a hockey game when everybody cheers: when a goal is scored and when a fight breaks out. We see the gloves hit the ice, and we suddenly are riled up for the fight. But is …
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Blazer track, new season begins

Blazer track, new season begins

By Tom Dierberger
February 20th, 2015

Blazer Track began their 2015 campaign in North Carolina in mid-January, running at the Wake Forest Invitational against competitors at all levels of the NCAA. In that meet, first year Brooke Rasmussen ran a 18:32 in the 5000-meter race, good …
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Every rose has its thorn

Every rose has its thorn

By Louis Hennessy
February 17th, 2015

Baseball has a new good guy. Or at least the prospect to be one. On Jan. 25, Major League Baseball placed commissioner duties on the shoulders of Rob Manfred, a Harvard Law graduate and the driver of the committee that …
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From junior to Johnnie

From junior to Johnnie

By Natalie Hager and Emily McGrath
February 13th, 2015

Hockey is a unique sport for many reasons. But one thing in particular that sets it apart is its junior hockey leagues. These leagues allow hockey players from age 17-21 an opportunity to focus solely on the game their love …
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Blazers reach new heights at UST

Blazers reach new heights at UST

By Tom Dierberger
February 13th, 2015

Junior Blazer swimmer Danielle Rudin was all smiles when talking about the St. Thomas Conference Invite. And for good reason. The meet, held Feb. 6-7 in St. Paul, resulted in a record weekend for the Blazer Swim & Dive team. …
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Super Bowl blame game

Super Bowl blame game

By Annie Dittberner
February 6th, 2015

Everyone is talking about Pete Carroll’s crunch-time play call in Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup. In his fifth year as head coach for the Seattle Seahawks, Carroll’s game-defying decision resulted in a 24-28 loss for his almost-championship team. But my question …
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Breaking barriers: National Girls and Womens Sports Day

Breaking barriers: National Girls and Womens Sports Day

By Natalie Hager and Emily McGrath
February 6th, 2015

The world of women’s sports has changed greatly over the years. With today’s opportunities for women in sports, it is no surprise that there is a day to celebrate the strides forward. Feb. 4 marked the 29th annual National Girls …
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Young Johnnies seek ‘mental toughness’

Young Johnnies seek ‘mental toughness’

By Michael Swearingen
February 6th, 2015

Transitioning into the second half of the season, Johnnie basketball has begun polishing a team that has already found success within the MIAC conference. Tied for third and a game behind St. Olaf, the Johnnies have a few things they’d …
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