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JT’s NFL Upset Picks

The NFL is back and better than ever! With changes galore happening this past off-season, everyone has a shot each week to win! Taking an in-depth look though at the teams who play UPSET CITY is always a possibility! Here are my top picks for

New Athletic Practice Procedures

Fall athletics at Beloit have been getting into the swing of things, and athletes have been having a ball getting to know their new teammates. This year, however, athletes have been adjusting to the new practice procedures and changes to their seasons due to COVID-19

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table sat down with a sophomore on the men’s basketball team RT: Who are you? DA: Dylan Ackermann. RT: Where are you from? DA: Just south of San Francisco, California. RT: How long have you been playing basketball? DA: Probably since I was

Student Athletes Respond to COVID-19 Cancellations

On Thursday March 12, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) cancelled all remaining athletic championships and competitions for the remainder of the spring semester. The decision was echoed on the morning of Friday March 13 by the Midwest Conference, and came during a period of

Champions League Round of 16

The Champions League Round of 16 has kicked off with the first leg games taking place over the course of the past two weeks.  There were some unexpected outcomes along with others that many expected.  The first day of games back on February 18 did

Men’s Lacrosse Beats Northland College in Final Quarter

The Beloit College men’s lacrosse team topped Northland College in a nail-biting 11-10 away game in Ashland, Wisconsin. The Bucs made a fourth-quarter comeback to secure their first victory after losing 5-22 to Dubuque in their season opener. Andrei Prihhodko’20 scored four goals in the

Women’s Lacrosse Breaks School Records in Season Opener

Beloit College’s women’s lacrosse team had its season opener on Saturday, Feb. 22 in Elmhurst, Illinois. The Bucs beat Elmhurst College 18-4 in an away game that saw Kieran Rodning’21 scoring eight of the 18 goals, breaking the Beloit College program record for most goals

Who the Buc is Madi Christine?

The Round Table sat down with softball player, Madi Christine in the Sports Center Lobby after her Sunday practice (don’t worry she changed first). Round Table: What’s your major? Madi Christine: I’m a health and society major. RT: How long have you been playing softball?

Picking up the Pieces of the Astros Cheating Scandal

It’s hard to explain what goes into someone becoming a devoted sports fan. We identify with the product being put on the field, and not just because the players are talented. We get invested in because we identify with the players, we form narratives of