Women’s golf wins at home

BY HANK WICKLEY SPORTS EDITOR On Saturday, September 15, the Women’s Golf team took home a big win. Literally. The team hosted the Alma Invitational at the Pine River Country Club. “To finish in the top four at our own invitational was a great feeling,” said Kennedy Hilley (‘19), “but it made it even more... Continue Reading →

Fall sports spring into the offseason

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer Spring has arrived. The clocks have all changed, the snow is finally beginning to melt, and the fall sports are in the midst of spring ball. Football, volleyball and men’s and women’s soccer are all undergoing their offseason tradition of spring ball. This time consists of practices, work in the... Continue Reading →

Riggs named MIAA Player of the Week

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer You can’t hit what you can’t see.   Scot pitcher Josh Riggs (‘20) threw a near-perfect game recently in a 2-0 victory over Hanover College.  Allowing only two hits and leaving the opponent scoreless, Rigss dominated the game from start to finish.   Throwing 98 pitches and 76 strikes, there weren’t many... Continue Reading →

Swim’s Flatoff supported by teammates

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer Being on a team isn’t just about helping each other win games. The swim and dive team has demonstrated this first hand with its support for fellow teammate, Elizabeth Flatoff (’20), who is in the process of recovering from the removal of three tumors.     “Teammates become your family so quickly,... Continue Reading →

Wrestler Ladd earns All-American status

By John Durga Staff Writer A national title is the highest level of victory a college athlete can achieve. Winning this puts them at the very pinnacle of their competition. Brendan Ladd (’20) gave himself the opportunity to be the best of the best. Entering the national tournament Ladd was 33-5 on his season. This... Continue Reading →

Football program brings in familiar faces

By Hank Wickley Sports Writer Since being announced as the football team’s head coach in January, Jason Couch has made some changes.    One big move has been the team’s coaching staff. Last week coach Couch brought home some familiar faces, as well as kept some coaches around.    “The new coaches I have asked to join... Continue Reading →

Scots travel for break competition

By Joelle Fisher Sports Writer While many students travel across the country searching for a week of relaxation after stressful midterms, student athletes on campus packed their bags and boarded their buses/planes in search of competition. Six teams traveled near and far to kick off their seasons over spring break.    The baseball team went 3-3... Continue Reading →

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