December 15, 2018
  • 1:22 pm Women’s soccer has surprising loss
  • 1:21 pm Football crushes Wooster in annual game
  • 1:19 pm In the aftermath of firing Ty Lue
  • 1:18 pm Field Hockey heads to NCAC tournament
  • 1:17 pm Men’s soccer comes to a close
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You can’t win them all. Denison Women’s Soccer suffered a surprising loss Wednesday evening to Wittenberg in an overtime thriller. Coming into the game as the #1 seed in the North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament, the Big Red (12-2-2) were the heavy favorites versus the Tigers (5-9-4). Even though the Big Red exited the NCAC […]

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The “Battle for the Old Red Lantern” wasn’t all that much of a battle this year. In what is usually a closely fought rivalry game, the Big Red topped Wooster in a dominant 66-18 win that also served as the team’s senior night. Despite the added pressure of senior night and the rivalry game, the […]

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Offense wins games, defense wins championships. The Denison women’s field hockey team hopes that monicker rings true after completing conference play undefeated on Saturday. It was the third time in team history that they won the North Coast Athletic Conference with an undefeated record. True to form all season, the Big Red finished the last […]

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Winning is good. Win streaks are better. Just ask the women’s field hockey team, who after two wins this past weekend, are winners of their last 7. The first win came against the number 2 team in the North Coast Athletic Conference, the Wooster Fighting Scots. Looking to stay undefeated and extend their lead in […]

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Sometimes a loss can be more beneficial than a win. The Cross Country team looks to rebound and learn from a loss to Wooster this past weekend, in which the team looked strong, but came up just short. The highest Big Red finisher was Adam Cromwell ‘21, who finished third with a time of 17:06.8. […]

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Offense wins games, defense wins championships. If that mantra holds true, it could be a good sign for Denison women’s field hockey, as they have allowed all of one goal in their last three contests. That defensive boost has come as a result of added pressure, according to forward/midfielder Liza Higley ‘21 “Our entire team […]

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