Weekend Sports Roundups

Sam Clougher '17

Sam Clougher ’17

For some of our teams, this week marked the end of the season. For others, this week marked the beginning. And one of our three teams to advance to the NCAA championships is still fighting. Here’s what happened this week:


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Rachel Hall '15

Rachel Hall ’15

SO MANY AMAZING THINGS HAPPENED THIS WEEKEND. Football won their first game of the season. Field Hockey and Women’s Soccer both placed first in their conferences. Basically, November is looking like a great month for the Lords and Ladies. Here’s the breakdown of what happened:


Men’s Soccer at Wittenberg University: WIN 5-0

Women’s Soccer at Ohio Wesleyan University: WIN 3-1

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Kenyon Soccer Player Tony Amolo '17 and player from La Roche College

Kenyon Soccer Player Tony Amolo ’17 and player from Carnegie Mellon University

The Lords and Ladies got their fall season going with a promising start this weekend. Here’s what happened:

Friday, August 29:

Women’s Soccer vs Manchester University: WIN 2-1

Volleyball vs. Capital University (at Otterbein/Capital Tournament): Loss 1-3

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Courtesy of athletics.kenyon.edu

It was a very busy weekend for Kenyon athletes. Cross country had its conference championships, while women’s soccer ended its season on a high note with a dramatic win in double overtime. Here are all the results, from on the hill and beyond.

Saturday, Nov. 2

Women’s Soccer: home vs. Oberlin College; W 1-0 (2 OT)

Men’s Cross Country: at the North Coast Athletic Conference championships (in Meadville, Pa.); 6th place (out of 10 teams) Continue reading

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Ikenna Nwadibia ’14 via Kenyon Athletics

The Lords and Ladies weren’t given much of a break as they plunged into their seasons last week. While most people were catching shuttles to the airport, our winter sports teams (and one fall sports team) were hard at work. Here’s what you missed:

Friday (Nov. 16)

  • Men’s basketball vs. Rowan University (at Gettysburg College): Loss 71-80
  • Women’s basketball vs. Capital University (at Anderson University): WIN 78-58

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