Weekend Sports Roundup

John Nahra Kenyon Baseball

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With the weather fluctuating between April showers and the kind of temperatures that favor May flowers, spring seasons wound down as reading days began and seconds spent in Olin became minutes and hours. Track and field ran its races up at the conference championships, golf surged in the standings at its tournament series and baseball ended the year on a high note. Here are the results from the Lords’ and Ladies’ action over the weekend.

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Weekend Sports Roundup

Lords tennis conference champions

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While Summer Sendoff cheer spread around the hill, Kenyon athletes played out the home stretches of their season. The Lords tennis team won its eighth consecutive conference championship title, men’s ultimate advanced to D-III nationals and head baseball coach Matt Burdette won his 300th game with the Lords. Here are all the results from the weekend. Continue reading

Weekend Sports Roundup

Alex Bair

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Two weekends ago, winter made a last-ditch effort to stay alive; last weekend, spring came out in full force, with torrential downpours on Friday and sunshine on Saturday and Sunday. On the fields and courts, the Lords and Ladies mirrored the weather with a mix of wins and losses. Here are the results.

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Weekend Sports Roundup

Justin Coleman

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Spring sports may be in season, but based on the wintry mix that fell from the sky this weekend, the weather apparently missed the memo. On Saturday, the men’s and women’s track teams had their meet shortened by the snow, while the men’s lacrosse team persevered through the precipitation and beat rival Oberlin College. Here are all the results:

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Weekend Sports Roundup

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The Lords swimming and diving team made history over the weekend at the NCAA Division III Championship, winning the program’s 33rd national title and edging out rival Denison University by a mere eight points in the process. The Ladies had an equally-strong showing on the national stage, finishing in second place for the second year in row.

While the Lords and Ladies competed at nationals, other teams found success as well at home. Softball swept a home doubleheader, while women’s lacrosse washed out Washington and Jefferson College in its home opener. Here are the results from the weekend.

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