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Pipers are victorious St. Kate’s

Gino Terrell, Senior Reporter

September 17, 2013

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At St. Kate’s, the Pipers volleyball team had a four-game tournament last Friday, Sept. 13, and Saturday, Sept. 14, and managed to pull out three victories. “That’s big for us,” head coach Becky Egan said. “We were...

Gearing up for fresh seasons

Gino Terrell, Senior Reporter

September 17, 2013

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In soccer, the players compete on the field for 90 minutes. In swimming, they compete until they reach the finish line. In track and field, they compete all the way through for the chance to get first place. Athletes spend countless...

The Countdown to Saturday

Gino Terrell, Senior Reporter

September 17, 2013

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The Pipers football team is undefeated, 1-0, after winning their season opener at Klas Field 41-33 over UM-Morris. The Pipers will look to build on that momentum heading into their next game Saturday night, Sept. 21, at home against...

Men’s soccer gains new fan club

Gino Terrell, Senior Reporter

September 10, 2013

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The Midway Social Club was established this season as Hamline's men’s soccer fan club. “The reason why it’s called the Midway Social Club is because, one, we are in the Midway…and it’s a social club because it’s...

Women’s hockey gives back

Katie Valimont, Sports Editor

September 10, 2013

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During the off-season, the women’s hockey team takes time away from competing to focus on volunteer work. For the past six years, the team has religiously helped out with the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance’s annual Silent...

Hamline’s athletic department makes new additions

Gino Terrell, Senior Reporter

September 10, 2013

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Two coaches will make assessments as two others will discuss their plan to set the tone for their respective teams. Ryan Hawke It may be Ryan Hawke’s first year conducting practices in the Bush Pool as head coach of Ha...

Pipers cap season with a playoff win

Gino Terrell, Reporter

May 7, 2013

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Even with this spring’s unfavorable weather conditions for softball, the Pipers accomplished a winning season as they finished 18-16, including a playoff win. Head coach James Rubbelke felt good about his team heading into...

Weather spurs playoff change

Gino Terrell, Reporter

April 30, 2013

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Before this season, softball head coach James Rubbelke said, “[the team’s] number one goal is to make the playoffs.” He said they would need to finish in the top four of the conference in order to compete in the MIAC...

Athletes feel the scheduling frustration

Gino Terrell, Reporter

April 23, 2013

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Snow and flooded fields put the Pipers sports in lockout mode this season. Junior soccer athlete Greg Northrop said he can relate to the issues and the frustration Hamline’s athletics are experiencing because he is dealing...

Hayes inherits talented team

Gino Terrell, Reporter

April 9, 2013

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Jim Hayes, former Piper athlete, has been named head coach for the Hamline men’s basketball team. On Saturday, March 23, Hamline hired Jim Hayes to lead the program. Hayes is a former player for the Pipers who played four...

Pipers to open season with California road trip

Gino Terrell, Reporter

March 19, 2013

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Hamline’s softball team will get their first crack at the bat as they open their season in La Habre, Calif. on Thursday against Puget Sound. Last season, the Pipers finished 10-26. However, they won nine of their last 14...

A highly “rec”ommended opportunity

Gino Terrell, Reporter

March 19, 2013

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Hamline’s campus recreation is a service open to all students that is continuing to grow with more students participating and new clubs and ideas emerging. Lamar Shingles is serving his second term as the Director of Campus...

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