The Falcon men led wire-to-wire in an 85-73 win over Central College in the first game of the doubleheader while the women completed the sweep with a 58-52 win over Carleton College.Senior Brennan Witt recorded a double-double in the men's win with 15 points and 11 rebounds to lead five Falcons in double figures in scoring.Sophomore Matt Keller matched Witt's team-high 15 points and junior Clay Seifert scored 11 while seniors Alex Herink and Devin Buckley each chipped in 10.
Stein touched the wall in 1 minute, 3.48 seconds in the 100 breaststroke, just 1.31 seconds behind two-time state champ Grace Bennin of Verona and two-tenths of a second ahead of third place finisher Ally Silvestri of Middleton.Stein's time not only broke her own school record, set a week earlier at the sectional meet, and earned her all-state status, it also qualified her for 2017-18 All-American consideration from the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association.Stein also finished...
But last Saturday, Nov. 11, Christenson was finally able to end a senior season on his own terms as a graduate student at Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Ore.Christenson didn't catch a pass in the Boxers's 35-7 loss to Linfield College, the eighth-ranked NCAA Division III team in the country, but he played in all eight games at Pacific and finished with four catches, including a 5-yard touchdown reception in a 30-20 loss to Whitworth College on Oct. 28.The fact that...
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