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Who the Buc are you?: Sammi Kinard talks tennis

The Round Table sat down with Sammi Kinard’17, an Honors Term captain on the tennis team. The Round Table: Where is your hometown? Sammi Kinard: Waukegan, Ill. RT: Major/minor? SK: Anthropology/ Museum Studies RT: What do you want to do after Beloit? SK: I want

Week 8 of fantasy football littered with injuries

Scoreboard: Week 7: Win, 115-81 (and I got to spoil someone’s perfect season, yay!) Week 8: Ongoing, 93-129. Unless Stefon Diggs somehow has a 40-point day tomorrow, it doesn’t look good for me this week. Season Record: 6 wins, 1 loss. Clutch/Choke Players: Clutch: Stephen Gostowski

Who the Buc are you?: Genesis Dade

The Round Table sat down with Genesis Dade’19, forward for the soccer team. Genesis had an outstanding freshman year for the Bucs. She was named to the first team all Midwest Conference, scoring 13 goals, including 5 game winners, and assisting twice to lead the

Drought will end as Cubs, Indians clash in Fall Classic

The 2016 MLB postseason has not disappointed, as fans have been treated to exciting division and championship series match-ups thus far. However, this year’s Fall Classic will likely take the cake, with two teams that haven’t won a World Series in nearly 70 years facing

Upcoming NBA season full of intrigue, personnel shifts

After one of the craziest offseasons in the league’s history, the NBA is back. In case you weren’t following along this summer, let’s get you caught up. After the Cleveland Cavaliers came back to defeat the Golden State Warriors in seven games, the Warriors lost

NWSL playoffs thrill soccer fans

As October winds down, the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) wrapped up its season with an exciting playoff week, consisting of two semi-final games and the championship game. The four teams competing for the crown highlighted national soccer stars alongside young up and coming players,

Who the Buc are you?: Abby Gessell dishes on volleyball

This week, The Round Table sat down with the volleyball team’s libero, Abby Gessell. So far, Gessell leads the defense with an outstanding 193 digs and is at the top of the team with 21 service aces. Gessell also earned the first Midwest Conference Defensive Player

College football season full of twists, turns

As the leaves turn brilliant colors of red, yellow and orange, and the brisk air of autumn rolls in we are reminded that the college football season is upon us. For a few weeks each year millions marvel as teams from across the country face