Articles written by: Anthea Aasen

Loggers turn the game around after the break
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Loggers turn the game around after the break

As most of the Puget Sound community was on their way home for break, the women’s basketball team was hard at work in California taking on Chapman, Cal. Lutheran, and Occidental. These games ended in heartbreak as the Loggers lost all three games, two of which within 3 points. The […]

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Talent runs in the family: Kitson siblings start strong

Swimming talent runs in the Kitson family, as the siblings came out big in their meet against Linfield. “We don’t compete that much just because boys are a lot faster than girls. We have always both swum backstroke, but I lost the ability to beat him when he hit puberty,” […]

Lacrosse: Geoffrey Nielsen
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Lacrosse: Geoffrey Nielsen

Club sport athletes may not get as much recognition as varsity athletes, but their love for the sport and their athleticism rivals varsity athletes in their prime. Senior Geoff Nielsen (Bend, Ore.) is a prime example of this caliber of club athlete. Nielsen, biology major and lacrosse player by day, […]

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Women’s basketball travels to Seattle for exhibition game

As match-ups go, the Women’s Basketball team is never afraid to go against a worthy opponent. In their last exhibition game, the Loggers faced Seattle University, a newly minted Division I school. An exhibition game is a like a game with referees, but the outcome does not count against either […]

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Cross country heads to sunny California

Junior Carrie Keith (Erie, Colo.) finished first out of the Loggers’ Cross Country team, and 15th overall in last week’s Northwest Conference Championship. The women’s team finished 5th overall in the event with eight women who ran personal bests in the 6 kilometer race.  Keith’s finishing time of 22:59.80 puts […]

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Loggers step back onto the court

Last year in a post-season heartbreaker, the Loggers ended their basketball season in the semi-final round of the conference playoffs. With all players returning, the women’s team is ready for their next shot at the title and the playoffs. “We didn’t lose any seniors…but we have different (but still positive) […]

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Making a comeback

After being instated in 1985, the men’s lacrosse team had to shut their program down due to financial issues in 2010. Now the team is back and stronger than ever and they are ready to do what it takes to compete in conference. “We were forced to forfeit a season […]

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The Loggers defend the home turf

The Loggers stayed perfect at home after their two games against the Pacific Boxers and the George Fox Bruins. Before the start of the match, the players’ parents were honored with a ceremony, thanking them for their continued support of their sons. It was a tough win for the Loggers. […]

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Lose some, win some

The women’s volleyball team has been on a roller coaster of emotions over last the week. After clinching a win against 19th ranked Pacific Lutheran, the Loggers seemed untouchable. However, in their next away game at Pacific University, the Loggers suffered a tough loss to the Boxers. Last Wednesday, the […]

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All my life I want to be a Logger

Unless you’ve been hiding out on the fourth floor of Collins Library, you’ve probably heard of the movement that is Logger Nation. Logger Nation, co-founded by junior Katy Appleby and senior Casey Coberly, is an all-inclusive fan group that supports both varsity and club sports. After a long period of […]