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          Sports

          Contend and mend

          Athletes part of growing sports medicine minor

          The sports medicine minor at CWRU is probably one of the most unique in the country. While it is modeled after Athletic training majors at other institutions, it is not accredited by an athletic training agency, meaning it is not restricted by the proficiency requirements and te

          Offense breaks out of slump; Spartans go 3-2

          Offense breaks out of slump; Spartans go 3-2

          They split a doubleheader at Wooster on Saturday, winning 7-5 in the first game and losing 13-8 in the second game. They executed a last-inning comeback in the first game, scoring four runs in the seventh, three on a Mullins double. Junior pitcher Zach Fry pitched a complete game to improve his record to 5-1, his five wins ranking him in a tie for 21st in all of Division III.

          New softball stadium opens

          Wednesday, in a ceremony that featured alumnae, softball players, and administrators, the university officially opened the renovated softball stadium, Mather Park. Things there don't feel quite normal yet - a bit of opening day pomp still hangs in the air.

          More Williams, less defense

          But I think the Cavs have, in the past few weeks, figured out the right formula for success on how to use Mo.

          Spartan spotlight: Cheyenne Chambers

          Spartan spotlight: Cheyenne Chambers

          Otterbein batters don't let up in doubleheader

          The Spartans had an 8-7 lead heading into the seventh inning. But the Cardinals scored two in the final inning. The Spartans had a runner reach second base in the bottom half of the inning, but they were unable to get the tying run in. It was the Spartan's eighth straight loss.

          At DePauw, four finish first

          At DePauw, four finish first

          The Spartans next meet is April 10, when they will compete in the Lynchburg College Invitational.

          Strong Denison squads beat Spartans, inside and out

          Strong Denison squads beat Spartans, inside and out

          Such matches are important for the Spartans, as this year they have beaten nearly every team they were expected to beat, but lost to almost every team they have been expected to lose to. Denison was right in the middle, and it would have given the team a big win over a skilled opponent. Unfortunately for the Spartans, they blew an early lead and ended up losing the match, 5-4.

          In This Issue

          News

          • Can you name this place?
          • Cleveland Institute of Art announces new president
          • Have you heard about The Confused Greenies
          • Relay For Life hoping for success as event begins today
          • Undergraduate Student Government inaugurations bring new faces, new initiatives

          Sports

          • For Gobies, this weekend is first step to goal
          • Howe's love of game grows
          • Smetona's workouts work out
          • Spartan Spotlight: Jon Edmunds
          • Spartans drop 13th and 14th straight to Wooster
          • Spartans go 2-2 against Wolverines, Lords
          • Spartans near best win total in school history
          • Whalen auditions for Browns, Mangini
          • When fans care

          Opinion

          • City boasts unusual outdoor spaces for observing Cleveland in springtime
          • Editorial: Although meal plan policy remains unchanged, policy seems fundamentally flawed
          • Letters to the editor: Greek Life opportunities
          • Political leaders are ill-equipped to decide when wars are "just"
          • Sticks and stones: bullying still hurts, but can be stopped with just one word
          • What's your favorite flower?

          Focus

          • August: Osage County astonishes audiences
          • International Conference on Narrative successful and engaging
          • Just a Perfect Day
          • Pokémon returns to Nintendo DS with best games in years
          • Rompers: this season's divisive trend
          • Safety First
          • Take a picture, It'll Last Longer: CIA student photo exhibition
          • The Buzz
          • Tremont: The A-list of Cleveland's bars
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