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Team chemistry, experience propel MC tennis

Team chemistry, experience propel MC tennis

Never short on talent, Monmouth College men’s tennis seems to have finally found the key to sustaining success. “Our success is pretty much due to our team chemistry,” said freshman…

Crandall earns MWC honor, MCSB off to fast start

Monmouth softball and baseball made their annual spring break excursions to Florida, looking to improve before the start of the conference season. Record-wise, the teams finished on opposite ends of…

Men’s tennis sweeps weekend, crawls back to .500

Men’s tennis sweeps weekend, crawls back to .500

MC men’s tennis has endured a rough start to the 2013 season. A four-match losing streak between wins gave the team a 2-4 record into matches with Ripon College and…

‘Big Wes’ and the long road to redemption

‘Big Wes’ and the long road to redemption

It’s Senior Day at Monmouth College, and for the first time in years, the Glennie Gymnasium is rocking after the Scots witnessed a stirring comeback win over Lake Forest. At…

Scots rally from the brink on Senior Day

Scots rally from the brink on Senior Day

Fueled by a furious second half comeback, the Scots held off Lake Forest on Senior Day, 64-61. After crumbling multiple times down the stretch this season, the Scots showed resilience…

Men’s tennis edged by No. 20 Carthage

The Fighting Scots men’s tennis team lost a close match. On Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Racine Indoor Racquet and Fitness Club, the men’s tennis team took on Carthage College.…

Pioneers throttle MC

On the heels of a thrilling double-overtime victory against Knox College, the Scots hoped to continue their hot shooting against third-place Carroll last Saturday, Feb. 9. However, with early frigid…

Fighting Scots fall late to Red Hawks

Despite holding a ten-point second half lead, the Scots basketball team fell to Ripon last Saturday, 75-74. Twenty-five points from Mike DeDecker for the second straight game were not enough…