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Soccer, Football, and Cross Country Come to a Close

The highlight of the fall sports season came to an end during the first round of the national tournament. Our Bucs took on Washington University Nov. 13 in St. Louis. They got an automatic bid into the tournament by running the tables in the conference

Watch Your Head! Sky Carp Incoming!

It is official ladies and gentlemen, the turtle is no longer in its shell. After originally starting out as the Beloit Brewers in their inaugural year back in 1994, they later changed their name to the Snappers. 27 years later, it was time for another

I Heard You Got That Water. Splash.

Migos said it best: “Splash.” That’s what happened Saturday afternoon as the Buccaneer’s took on Eureka College in Eureka. Beloit let them have it from deep. Yes, you read that right the Buccaneers found absolute gold from downtown, hitting eight threes in the game compared

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got the opportunity to sit down with T’Aira Boyance’23 and find out Who the Buc she is! The Round Table: Where are you from?  T’Aira Boyance: Houston, TX.”  RT: What is your major? TB: “Double major in psychology and biology.”  RT: What

Buccaneers Battle in First Few Meets

The swim season is officially underway. The swim team has three meets under their belt, placing second in a dual meet for their opener. Their second meet took place in the Powerhouses’ Nicholls Natatorium, where they faced Ripon and Knox. Both the men and women

Women’s Basketball Returns to Action

For most teams a 0-3 record seems like something that would be an early season blunder. However, for our Buc women coming off a previous season going 3-22, this team has a lot of potential.  What I mean by that is they just have lapses

Buc Seniors Wrap Up Their Careers

Volleyball finished their season 7-18, 1-7 in conference, and eighth of nine in the Midwest Conference. The lone senior Regina Guehlstorf ’22 celebrated the end to her impressive Beloit career. It’s always interesting to see how many freshmen came in and how many stayed all

Who the Buc are you?

The Round Table got a chance to speak to Azeez Ganiyu ’24 to find out who the Buc he is.  Round Table: Where are you from?  Azeez Ganiyu: “Born and raised in Beloit, WI.” RT: What is your major? AG: “Biochemistry with an emphasis on

Penalty Kicks Propel Women to a Conference Title

As a proud alumni we kept the receipts. Predicted to finish the season eighth in the conference, the women’s soccer team persevered all the way to the NCAA tournament. It was not an easy path they chose there but they did it. Going into their