The rediscovered preppy sport

The rediscovered preppy sport

Morgan Olsen, Staff Writer

April 27, 2012

Crew. Head of the Charles. Winklevoss. Regatta. All things that apply to rowing are inherently preppy. The sport can't help it; nurtured in England and fine-tuned at Yale, rowing is bred to be blue-blood. How has the preppiest sport around been forgotten by our Sperry-wearing, Polo-sporting culture a...

Marching into madness

Marching into madness

Matt Zeman, Austin Redfield, Zach Berman, Morgan Olsen, Staff Writer, Sports Editor, Staff Writer, Staff Writer

March 23, 2012

Matt Zeman: Kentucky No team can compete with Kentucky. They boast the SEC Freshman and player of the year, forward Anthony Davis, as well as coach of the year John Calipari. The Wildcats also have a roster of talented players surrounding their big star. Kentucky remarkably has six players on the t...

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

Morgan Olsen, Staff Writer

November 15, 2011

Multiple universities have made the decision to switch conferences Conference realignment of college athletics was sparked several months ago and is now spreading rampantly across the nation, engulfing college after college into its confusing frenzy.  Universities are now whizzing around, finding new h...

Adapted Cheer, a New Take on Adapted Programs

Adapted Cheer, a New Take on Adapted Programs

Morgan Olsen, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

The newest sport in the fall line-up at Minnetonka is adapted cheerleading:  an innovative cheer program created for students with special needs. Spearheaded by senior Marcy Adams and friend Nicolette Herpers, the team is the culmination of months of development.  After seeing an adapted cheer team...

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