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Stephanie Compton, Guest Writer Dry Season. It refers to the time in a team’s competitive season where the athletes are not allowed to be around or drink alcoholic beverages. “For the volleyball team, dry season means you are not to be anywhere that alcohol can even be a factor in the situation,” said...

Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor Taken back by a devastating loss in an intramural championship floor hockey game, Rob Thompson’s life was forever changed. To...

The women’s team practices its sprints leading up to conference championships to ensure a win in the last few minutes of its race April 26. Mielle Hubbard,...

Being a “student” before an athlete is important at Division III. Steven McGrain, Sports Writer At the Division III level, athletes hold the title...

After an entire semester of dishing out highlights, critiques and my thoughts on what it takes to be the best Lute fan, I have come to the realization that the highlight for this week is a little different. I believe that this week the highlight should focus on my fellow writers and the pieces that they spent so much time on. This is the last paper that I will be a part...

Lance Glasoe is in his first year as the head softball coach for the Lutes. David Mair, Staff Writer The people most often overlooked in sports are the...

Paige Lilly was selected as an intramural volleyball captain as a first-year. David Mair, Staff Writer As a captain of her first intramural volleyball...

Steven McGrain, Sports Writer “The mindset is to not talk and praise how great of a performer that you are on the field, but let the work ethic and production...

Kaufman started as the Lutes free-safety during the 2014 season. By Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor “Make the big time where you are.” This saying may...

Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor From the high school standout, to the C team benchwarmer, there’s a place for everyone to play. Not everyone has the talent to play at the highest level of sports, Divison I. An even smaller percentage will move on to the professional world of sports. But for some of us, making money in front of thousands of fans isn’t the dream. Some...