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Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Nathan Sill ’23 and find out who the Buc he is!  The Round Table: Where are you from?  Nathan Sill ’23: “Beloit, WI.” RT: What is your major? Sill: “Psychology.”  RT: What is your plan

Football, Volleyball, Cross Country Look to Finish Strong

Buccaneers football is currently 0-7. Averaging 7.2 points per game. On the year, the offense averages 140 yards per game. The offense is led by Jacob Shafer’24. Who, in their last game, against Lawrence University, threw for two touchdowns. One to AJ Fitzpatrick’24 and one

Buccaneer Boy and Girl

Anyone can ask Tommy Callahan if doing things on the road are difficult. Whether it be selling brake pads or winning soccer games, it is a tough task. For the men’s and women’s soccer teams this year that has been especially tough. Going a combined

Volleyball and Football Take on Grinnell

The volleyball team took on Maranatha Baptist University last Tuesday night where they lost 3-2. Game one was not so hot, the Bucs lost 25-13. A contributing factor to the low points scored seemed to be no communication. A lot of balls seemed to have

Knox Knox Knoxing on Beloit’s Door

Welcome to the jungle. The jungle being the Midwest conference as last Saturday both our men’s and women’s soccer teams dropped games against Knox College. The Blazing Fox’s were treating our teams like a sweet child of mine. However, don’t cry as there is a

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Ella Diers’24 to find out who the Buc she is!  RT: Where are you from?  Diers: “Concord, New Hampshire.”  RT: What is your major? Diers: “I am majoring in Media Studies, and I am also

The Dog Ran up the Tree

The Bucs dropped their third game to open the season, losing 66-0 to University of Chicago. The outcome was not ideal, but the Bucs defense did force two turnovers: one fumble and one interception.  Not only did the Bucs defense force two, they also forced

Screaming and Kicking

The men’s and women’s soccer teams have more energy coming into this season than Phil Weston on coffee. Beloit might as well be Scranton because electricity is in the air. The women’s team is already shocking the competition.  Being 3-0-2 that leaves them as the

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

The Beloit Snappers hosted the South Bend Cubs on Wednesday Sept 8. They also hosted Beloit College students. Students received an email the week prior about signing up for free Snappers tickets. It seemed only a handful took advantage. But hey, that is better than

Buccaneers Officially Start Their Season

How great is it that sports are back? I’m excited, I know these athletes are excited to be back. I wish we didn’t have to worry about cancellations, but we do. Unfortunately, some teams have had cancellations. Men’s and Women’s soccer both had cancelled games