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Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Brock Bidwell ’24 to find out who the Buc he is!  The Round Table: “Where are you from?”  Bidwell: “Rockford, IL” RT: “What is your major?” Bidwell: “BioChemistry with minor in Health and Society” RT:

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

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

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

Who the Buc are you? With Emilio Mendoza ’24

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with Emilio Mendoza’24 and find out who the Buc he is!    RT: Where are you from?  Mendoza: “Tremonton, Utah.”   RT: What is your major? Mendoza: “Business Economics”   RT: What is your plan after

Champions League enters knockout phase

As the Champions League continues on to the round of 16, many of the powerhouse clubs still remain meaning fans will likely be privy to a string of great matches ahead of the championship match in June. We saw this in the first game between

USC wins dramatic NCAA women’s soccer championship

Sixty-four teams started in the NCAA DI Women’s soccer tournament three weeks ago, leading to an exciting College Cup, which includes the final four teams of the tournament. The semi-final games were thrillling with Georgetown taking on the University of Southern California and North Carolina