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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BY ANUSHA SHUKLA The Denison Women’s Soccer Team won back-to-back away games at Hiram and Ohio Wesleyan to remain undefeated in the North Coast Athletic Conference to clinch Denison’s 10th regular season NCAC championship, their first since 2013. On Wednesday, the 24 of October, the Big Red extended their winning streak to five games, defeating […]

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BY LEAH SHIFREL Starting out a game strong is a double edged sword. You have the lead and the confidence, but are you able to keep your ground and outlast the opponent? Denison Women’s Soccer found themselves in a tricky spot this past week when they traveled to Indiana to face the Depauw Tigers. It […]

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Big Red Women’s Soccer kicked off conference play in the North Coast Athletic Conference this past Saturday with a commanding 4-0 win over the Allegheny Gators. On a nice and cool fall afternoon at Barclay-Thomsen field, Denison wasted absolutely no time at all to attack and score. The phenom freshman Liz Gilbert, who has been […]

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BY ANUSHA SHULKA After a nice win streak, Denison women’s soccer falls short in their most recent game. Denison lost 2-1 at home against an impressive Centre side after a hard-fought game that went into overtime. After scoring 17 goals in the last four games, Denison was forced into taking a more defensive approach against […]

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Winning is always fun. Just ask the women’s soccer team. After starting off the season 1-1 and only mustering one goal between the two games, the team’s offense exploded, scoring 16 goals in three wins last week. Their first win came against Otterbein in a dominant 7-1 victory. Liz Gilbert ‘22 led the way in […]

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