Weekend Sports Roundup

Tim Connolly '16. Photo courtesy of Martin Fuller.

Tim Connolly ’16. Photo courtesy of Martin Fuller.

Denison Basketball came to visit on Wednesday, but don’t worry, both the Lords and the Ladies crushed them. Here are the results from the rest of last week’s contests:


Men’s Basketball vs Denison University: WIN 72-69

Women’s Basketball vs Denison University: WIN 61-52 Continue reading

Winter Break Sports Roundup


Sidney Cera ’17 of the women’s basketball team. Photo courtesy of Martin Fuller

You may have been taking a break, but sports never stop. The basketball players got their heads back in the game right after the holidays, playing some nationally ranked NCAC rivals. The swimmers traveled down south to train in Sarasota, Florida. And two runners participated in two different meets to start the year off on the right foot. Here’s what happened:

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Weekend Sports Roundup

Katie Kaestner '16, courtesy of Martin Fuller

Katie Kaestner ’16, courtesy of Martin Fuller

Kenyon hosted the Total Performance Sports Camps (TPSC) Invitational this weekend at the Steen Aquatic Center, which explains why some of you might have seen random swim teams from other schools walking around. The Lords and Ladies held their own against the competition, some of whom came from Division I schools. Our other winter teams were off campus this weekend, but also had their fair share of successes. Here’s what happened:


Men’s Basketball vs. Oberlin College: WIN 65-45 Continue reading

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:


Field Hockey vs. Messiah College (NCAA Tournament): Loss 0-2 Continue reading

Weekend Sports Roundup


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It was a slow weekend on the court for sports, with just one contest taking place. Based on the fact that you could probably fill Tomsich Arena or McBride Field with the number of people who are in the library right now, I’d say that’s a good thing. Here’s the result of that game, along with a few other tidbits from around the athletic department.

Men’s Basketball

Dec. 13: home vs. Albion College; W 76-71 Continue reading