Lacrosse Comes to Carroll

By Noah Johnson   Lacrosse started as an Iroquois ceremony made to ritualize warfare as a form of worship. As American culture developed, educational institutions began adopting lacrosse as a collegiate sport. Players and coaches value lacrosse for its ability to produce athletes with a balance between physical strength and dexterity. Now, lacrosse has come to Wisconsin’s oldest university as Carroll University’s newest...

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Closing it Close; Women’s Basketball in a Competitive Finale

This article looks at women’s basketball and how they have performed and as well as a mini preview for the game on the 21st.

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Thank You; A personal statement from the Sports Editor

This goes out to the members of the Pioneer football program. In truth I’m writing this in the midst of my research. I should be coding data. I should be making this article a short news brief. But that would not do justice to what has transpired this fall. The wins and losses do not nearly describe what happened. The finale fails everyone who bared witness to the season. Only 5 other times in this school history has the football team...

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Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month
Apr30

Alyssa Szczepeniak Athlete of the Month

Alejandro Merlan Sports Editor You swim some you lose some. Ask any swimmer on campus or any swimmer you know and you will realize that swimming is one of those love hate relationships. That is exactly how Alyssa Szczepeniak, freshman swimmer, describes her relationship with the sport.   Alyssa Szczepeniak finished the season by placing first in the MidWest Conference 100 backstroke as well as breaking the record in the event....

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Sochi 2014: The Anger Games
Mar04

Sochi 2014: The Anger Games

  Hugo Durand-Boureau   The Winter Olympics of Sochi 2014 just ended, leaving behind them a complex mix of feelings from a variety of people. There is the joy of the winners taking back home their treasure around their necks, and the disappointment of the defeated (sorry USA Hockey team, not this time…). There is the national pride of supporters and the pleasure of all sports enthusiasts over the world to have seen on TV...

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Men’s Soccer, “On The Road Again”

Ethan Elliott Staff Writer The Carroll University Men’s soccer team had another strong showing this week. After a road trip to Iowa that included two blowout wins for the Pioneers, they lost a hard fought game to nationally ranked UW-Whitewater. While in Iowa, the Pioneers put on an offensive clinic by winning their game against Cornell College in dominating fashion 9-1. Caden Pruitt got the Pios started off the first whistle when he...

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