Sports & Outdoors

Softball will miss three key senior players

  The game on Sunday, April 13 was a momentous one for the softball team for many reasons: it was the last one of the season, it was seniors’ last game of their respective college careers and the team came out with a win. The season was a non-stop series of games from February to April. While the overall record was not the strongest or best, the team created lots of memories throughout road trips, practices and games. After this year, the team loses three key players who have all...
Sports & Outdoors

Maggie Rowe ends her great track and field career as a Logger with a strong senior season

Ending her experience as a track and fielder—more specifically, a high jumper—after this spring season, senior Maggie Rowe (Helena, Mont.) reflected on all of the memories that she has made throughout her four years as a Logger student-athlete. Rowe has consistently impressed her fellow students with her athletic achievements. Rowe began her career in track during her freshman year of high school when she discovered her passion for the long, triple and high jumps and decided to continue with it through college. After contacting Coach Orechia, the head of the...
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Logger golfers reaching to the stars this season, searching for NWC title and a nationals berth

While it has already competed in tournaments in the fall, the Logger’s men’s golf team is starting off its spring season, with more than a month until the NWC Golf Championships, and are ready to improve each player’s skills and grow as a team throughout the next couple of months. The Loggers had a successful fall season as well. At the NWC Fall Classic on Oct. 26-27, 2013 at the Stone Creek Golf Club in Oregon City, Ore. at a par 72 course, Puget Sound ranked in third place of...
Sports & Outdoors

The transformed Loggers’ men’s cross country team

The Puget Sound men’s cross country team is having a strong season. The Northwest Conference championship season began on November 2 in Spokane where the Loggers placed in (insert results). The team started off their season with the Puget Sound Invitational where they placed first. Their last event was on October 19 at the Pioneer Invitational hosted by Lewis and Clark College at McIver Park where the team was ranked in fifth place out of 12 schools. The team saw their best overall performance at this invitational along with Willamette’s...
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Puget Sound women’s swim team ready for the season

Two meets into the season, the Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim teams are one win and one loss in. The Loggers still have a long season ahead of them with multiple meets and invitational games to establish their status as a team. The women’s swim team this year has a good variety of members on the team with a somewhat equal mix of each grade as well as the events each swimmer participates in. While there are students from all grades, a major change in the team has been...
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Crew at Puget Sound: Women’s and men’s teams require dedication, devotion of members

While the University of Puget Sound offers traditional college sports such as football, soccer, basketball and more, they also highly support unique sports such as women’s and men’s crew. Rowing is a very intricate sport with a variety of line-ups of a boat along with specific positions and techniques. A setup of a boat includes the coxswain and a number of rowers depending on the size of the boat or shell that the team races. At Puget Sound, the varsity men’s team races in three kinds of shells; 8+, the...
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