What a weekend. Your Lords and Ladies traveled far and wide to test their mettle on the courts, fields, courses and greens. From the volleyball team spiking and setting in Indiana to the field hockey team’s domination of the fields in Maryland, here are the results:
All in all, this was a pretty good weekend for Kenyon sports. Most games were away, though one victorious team did play at home. (You get one guess as to which team it was…)
- Men’s Soccer at College of Mount St. Joseph: WIN 4-1
- FOOTBALL BEAT EARLHAM COLLEGE AT HOME 31-14 AND ENDED THEIR 24-GAME LOSING STREAK. But unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably already knew that.
This post was written by Anna Dunlavey ’15.
Fall sports are in full swing on and off the Hill. Here are the results from this weekend:
Cross Country: Hosted unscored Kenyon College Tri Meet
Men’s Soccer at Otterbein University: Loss 0-1
Volleyball vs. Howard Payne University: (all matches at North Park University) Loss 2-3
Volleyball vs. Ripon College: Loss 2-3
More results after the jump. Continue reading
The lady with all the social knowledge is back to fill you in on the happenings of this weekend.
Full list of weekend events after the jump! Continue reading
Q: How did you get involved with soccer?
A: I’ve been on the Kenyon team since my freshman year, but I’ve been playing soccer since I was a kid, so long that I can’t even remember how I got started. Soccer definitely played a role in my college search.
Read the full interview after the jump
Here are the sports results from around the hill and beyond!
Ladies Soccer: defeated DePauw 3-1
Field Hockey: defeated Ohio Wesleyan 2-0
Football: lost to Wabash 49-0
Volleyball: lost to Hiram 3-0
Lords Soccer: lost to DePauw 1-0
The Ladies soccer team beat the DePauw University Tigers this afternoon 3-1 in the first conference game ever played between the two schools. The Ladies are now 8-2 overall and 2-0 in conference, and are riding a six-game winning streak. They play next against the University of Mount Union on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 4:30 p.m. at home.