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      Baseball: Spartans bring brooms vs. Bethany, Grove City

      Baseball: Spartans bring brooms vs. Bethany, Grove City

      The Spartans had a seven-game losing streak going into last weekend and sought to end it and start a winning streak. That's just what they did, sweeping both Grove City College and Bethany College in great displays of offense and pitching. The offense, in particular, had been in a slump, not scoring more than four runs in any game over the losing streak. (0) comments

      Spartan Spotlight: Clay Hurley

      Spartan Spotlight: Clay Hurley

      Clay Hurley is a junior outfielder for the Spartan baseball team from Connellsville, Pa. Hurley was recently named to the UAA all-tournament team for his efforts over spring break. In addition to baseball, Hurley spends his time studying psychology, biology, and history. (0) comments

      Ultimate: Women Gobies have fighting chance at regionals

      The women's ultimate frisbee team, the Fighting Gobies, continued their winning streak throughout the sectionals tournament at Denison University last weekend. Out of the eight women's teams competing in sectionals, Case competed against six teams and came out undefeated to earn a bid to regionals on May 2 and 3. (0) comments

      Track & Field: Women's track takes fifth, men take ninth at DePauw

      With the UAA Championships and the NCAA Championships looming on the horizon, the women's track and field team displayed its many talents at the DePauw Invitational, finishing in fifth place overall. Senior Elizabeth Ehrke made a huge contribution to the team's final score by finishing in first place in both the hammer throw and the discus event. (0) comments

      Water polo workhorses

      Water polo workhorses

      Offseason swimmers and grad students bolster local club (0) comments

      Softball gets out of jams, into wins

      Defense was again the defining factor this weekend in a pair of victories for the Spartan softball team. The Spartans (11-15) were put in several threatening positions in the doubleheader, but, following the old adage "it's better to be lucky than good," were able to weasel their way out of a pair of Wooster bases-loaded situations. (0) comments

      Tennis: Women snap losing streak

      Tennis: Women snap losing streak

      Not only did the women's tennis team break their nine-match losing streak on April 3, but they did so against Northeast Ohio rival the College of Wooster. In the 5-3 victory, the Spartans won No. 1 through No. 3 singles and all of the doubles matches. The Spartans' impressive play even reflected in the losses; freshman Svetlana Villano lost in a closely contested match against Wooster's B. (0) comments

      In This Issue

      News

      • From newspapers to the net: famed editor delivers lecture on future of journalism
      • G20 protest in London: A firsthand account
      • ITS prepares for mail switch
      • New USG president to be chosen tonight: Douglas or Pinder
      • Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu win Greek Week competition
      • Understanding car insurance
      • Village at 115 awarded LEED Silver rating

      Sports

      • Baseball: Spartans bring brooms vs. Bethany, Grove City
      • Softball gets out of jams, into wins
      • Spartan Spotlight: Clay Hurley
      • Tennis: Women snap losing streak
      • Track & Field: Women's track takes fifth, men take ninth at DePauw
      • Ultimate: Women Gobies have fighting chance at regionals
      • Water polo workhorses

      Fun Page

      • Crossword Answers
      • Jumble Answers
      • Sudoku Answers

      Opinion

      • Community Supported Agriculture benefits both consumers, farmers
      • Don't let weather dictate your mood
      • Editorial: Administration should take responsibility for CSP
      • Students find motivation to serve in local, international efforts
      • Test bank not issue of Greeks versus non-Greeks
      • Coverage of AIB was slanted
      • Progress on test bank available

      Focus

      • Andrew Bird charms crowd with musicianship, melody and humor
      • CIM Orchestra to hold inspirational concert at Severance
      • Eldred delivers a solid ensemble performance with their latest, Stage Door
      • New movie review site combines Facebook with Rotten Tomatoes
      • Secret Ingredient: Pineapple
      • Sex and Dating: Serial Monogamy
      • Spartans of Style: Back to the '80s
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