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Madness Would Be an Understatement: March Madness Recap

David beat Goliath, Truman beat Dewey, and Baylor beat Gonzaga. I was wrong. I’ll admit it. I didn’t think anyone would even hang with Gonzaga. I was wrong twice. First off UCLA and their Cinderella was capped by Gonzaga, and Jalen Suggs. There will always

Let the Madness Begin

Let’s cut the crap and get right into the thick of it. Gonzaga is going to win the national championship. No team besides West Virginia has come closer than 10 points. The question is simply as Larry Bird put it “Who’s coming in second?” Oklahoma

No Fans Permitted at Spring Sporting Events

The Midwest Conference announced on March 11th that fans will be permitted at spring sporting events throughout the season with the option for each school to give it’s own restrictions. According to the Midwest Conference press release, the guidelines include 6’ separation, masks on for

Are You Tony Hawk?

Tony Hawk has an interesting level of fame. His name is synonymous with skateboarding. Like Tiger Woods is with golf or Serena Williams in tennis, with those two athletes you would think you would recognize them in public and lose your mind. Tony Hawk is

No Breaks…Even On break

About one in thirteen high school athletes go on to become college athletes. It’s a little over seven percent, so to accomplish that itself is a pretty amazing feat. For athletes, getting there isn’t their only goal. The goal is to get there and play

Losing a Season

The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat is what athletes live and die for. We were never prepared for the option of neither. The COVID-19 20 conference completely dismantled their seasons, and the Midwest Conference home to our Beloit Buccaneers was one of

Midwest Conference to Support Spring Sports

The Midwest Conference announced February 19 that they are going to allow spring sport competition. However, the decision to play will ultimately be up to each individual school. Depending on how that particular school is handling COVID-19.  Softball player Makayla Zundel ‘21 reiterated that “It

Who the Buc Are You? With Maddie Moser ’23

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Maddie Moser’23 to get to know her a little better! Round Table: Where are you from?  Maddie Moser: Anchorage, Alaska    RT: What is your major?  Moser: Biology   RT: What is your plan after

A Swim Team Special

Beloit swimmers have been working hard this season. They’ve been working on their skills, finding time to hit the weights and create good team chemistry. They have been practicing since Sept. 28, going three times a week. Until the start of Mod 2, then the