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Cross Country takes on Wheaton Gil Dodds Invitational

This article appeared in the September 23rd edition of the Round Table Cross Country traveled to Dupage County just outside Chicago to race in the Wheaton Gil Dodds Invitational in the St. James Forest Preserve. Wheaton College hosted the invitational.  The 6km and 8km courses

Who the Buc are you? with Eva Laun-Smith

This article appeared in the September 23rd edition of the Round Table The Round Table sat down with outside hitter and last year’s recipient of Female Athlete of the Year, Eva Laun-Smith’21, as she applied her skin care routine. Laun-Smith has been rocking the Midwest

New Snappers stadium discussions continue

Discussions regarding a new Beloit Snappers stadium are ongoing, but pressure is mounting for the minor league baseball team. The Midwest League has begun to express urgency for Beloit, as plans to replace Pohlman Field are not where they need to be, according to Midwest

Beaumont gives Beloit College historic ties to MLB

Although baseball has been arguably its strongest athletic program in recent years, Beloit College is not necessarily known for its association with America’s pastime. However, the small liberal arts school actually possesses a decorated baseball history that dates back over a century, highlighted by a

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Conclude 2018 Season

The Beloit College Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams finished their seasons on October 27 in De Pere, Wisconsin against the St. Norbert College Green Knights. Both teams dropped their final match with the women losing 2-1 and the men losing 7-1. The women put up

Buccaneer Swimming and Diving start season with a splash

The Buccaneer swimming and diving team began their 2018-2019 season this past Saturday, October 27. For their first meet, the Bucs were able to pull out a couple big individual wins. Senior veteran swimmer Alex Kohn showed off her senior status with great first-meet finishes.

2018 MLB Recap

Another season of MLB has come to an end, with the Boston Red Sox disposing of the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 in the World Series. The Red Sox capturing their fourth World Series title over the past 15 years, was a fairly expected outcome in

Brewers’ stellar 2018 season accentuated by Yelich, bullpen

Although the Brewers’ 2018 season ended in heartbreak– with images of controversial Manny Machado slides and Yasiel Puig dancing around the bases ingrained into fans’ minds– Milwaukee appears set to be a perennial contender. What were expected to be rebuilding years for the club have

Independent pro baseball team Milwaukee Milkmen to debut in 2019

Wisconsin will introduce its first American Association of Independent Professional Baseball team, the “Milwaukee Milkmen,” in 2019. ROC Ventures – a management firm in the sports, entertainment and real estate industries – introduced the team on Monday, Sept. 17. Wisconsin’s first independent team will begin