The Oracle

MIAC weekly roundup

Levi Jones, Reporter

February 21, 2018

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Men’s Basketball @ Concordia 82-71 W   On Wednesday, Feb. 14, Hamline Men’s Basketball took on the Concordia Cobbers. The Pipers came out swinging and established an early lead, which they maintained throug...

Olympics hockey finds home at Hamline

Rebecca Higgins, Senior Reporter

February 21, 2018

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It may seem that Hamline has nothing to do with the Olympics, however, Head Coach Natalie Darwitz of the Women’s Hockey team proves that statement to be false. She competed three times in the Olympics for the U.S. Women’s...

Hamline hockey’s new home

Levi Jones, Reporter

February 19, 2018

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Ever since Hamline’s hockey teams left The Colosseum in the state fairgrounds they have been looking for a facility to call home. For some time this meant playing in the Oscar Johnson Arena. And while it did have a rink, it di...

Athletes in Action

Shanoah Harren, Reporter

December 7, 2017

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A religious-based, nation-wide organization, Athletes in Action is a collection of student-athletes who have dedicated themselves to living their lives through their Christian faith.  Their mission and purpose is “to help sport...

Hamline hockey goes wild

Hamline hockey goes wild

December 7, 2017

Athletes of the Week

Tranquil Bent, Reporter

December 7, 2017

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Connor Knutson Junior Basketball player Connor Knutson has made impressive impact on Hamline’s home court. Knutson grew up in Forest Lake, Minn. and played for his high school basketball team. During his senior year he was...

Opportunities for anyone to play

Levi Jones, Reporer

December 7, 2017

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Walking around the Hamline campus a student is bound to see posters for different groups and organizations that call the University home. Among these clubs are a set dedicated to athletic activities. These sports clubs vary between...

MIAC round-up: Nov. 26 to Dec. 2

Rebecca Higgins, Senior Reporter

December 7, 2017

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Men’s Basketball @ St. Thomas W 69-61 Hamline and St. Thomas battled for baskets. After a good layup and a shot in the paint, the Pipers set a precedent for their aggressiveness for the rest of the game. The Tommies di...

Athletes of the Week

Levi Jones, Reporter

November 21, 2017

Filed under Sports

Frank Gustafson Growing up in Spicer, Minn., Hamline sophomore Frank Gustafson had started running in 8th grade when his mother took him off of his school football team to do so. When he graduated Gustafson didn’t initiall...

Snow, sweat and school

Shanoah Harren, Reporter

November 21, 2017

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To J-term or not to J-term - the ever-present inquiry badgering the thoughts and minds of administrative staff during the last few years. This upcoming winter, Jan. 2018, happened to be the decided test subject for starting a new...

A chance for everyone to play

Levi Jones, Reporter

November 21, 2017

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Hamline University has a wide variety of athletic opportunities, yet at times these opportunities can seem cut off and exclusive. Sophomore Will Rittgers expressed this when he said, “These teams want to do well, because o...

Weekly MIAC round-up: Nov. 6 – Nov. 11

Rebecca Higgins, Luc(y/a) Fisk, and Tamasin Draughon

November 21, 2017

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Women’s Cross Country @ NACC Division lll Central Regional, 266 Points  The Pipers sprinted to the end of their season. On Nov. 11, Hamline women’s cross country team came in tenth place out of thirty two teams at the N...

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