Daily Archives: October 31, 2014

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Day in the Life: Dasaan McCrimmon ’18

6:30 a.m.—My alarm goes off. It won’t shut up so eventually I give in, get up and walk from Lazier to Kershaw (Stay tuned to find out why I’m making these moves). Once in Kershaw, I get in the shower and play my morning jams (they’re the most excitement Kershaw sees). 7:00 a.m.—Still getting beautiful…

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[814] High, a mansion not too far away

A large white house with a porch larger than most campus dorm rooms, [814] High Street is home to Alexa Stevens, Devon Gamble, Joey Kathan, Kirsten Nelson and Sam Rosen (all ’15). Despite the fact that Gamble and Nelson are captains of the women’s frisbee team and Kathan is part of the men’s team, they…

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Luk leads women’s tennis in MWC tourney

In a tennis team filled with youth and inexperience, the squad’s veteran leader Shirlene Luk ’15 shined in the Midwest Conference Tournament held in Madison, Wis. on Oct. 18 and 19. She claimed the lone Conference title for Grinnell at the number one singles, clinching her fifth Conference title in her collegiate career. Luk swept…

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Women’s soccer preps final match

The women’s soccer team has reached a critical point in the season when it is hoping to secure a high place in the standings to qualify for the Midwest Conference (MWC) Tournament. And so far, the Pioneers have succeeded. Grinnell notched seven Conference points since fall break, defeating Lawrence University 2-0 and finishing in a…

Sports Reports

VOLLEYBALL Since fall break, the volleyball team has won two of the five games it played. After losing to Lake Forest College on Friday, Oct. 17, it came back to win both its games the next day against Beloit College and North Central University. The Pioneers lost last Saturday’s game to Illinois College and then…

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Water polo finishes second in Division

The men’s water polo team placed second in the Great Plains Division Championship hosted by the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis last weekend. The Wild Turkeys soundly defeated Minnesota, their first opponent, 14-6, and snatched a victory against Iowa State University 9-8, but fell to Illinois State University 8-7 in the final round. “It was…