Sports

Superbowl comes down to QB

In a season that has seen 12 teams throw for over 4,000 yards, it should be apparent to everybody who watches that the NFL is smack-dab in the middle of a passing revolution. It seems only fitting that the two most explosive offenses in the league will square off in this year’s title tilt. Both…

Swimming looks to finish strong in final meets

Two weeks ago at the Grinnell Invitational, for the first time in six years, the Grinnell Men’s Swimming team beat Luther College. On Saturday, they will be faced with the challenge of doing it again—this time in Luther’s pool.  Both the men’s and women’s squads are preparing for their final two competitions before the Midwest…

Basketball Women try to rebuild

Despite a recent string of losses, the Grinnell Women’s Basketball team is hoping to return to their pre-break form. After starting 3-4, the women dropped eight out of nine during Winter Break. Coach Gluckman and her team are confident that this recent skid does not reflect this team’s ability. “Outside of the program one could…

Women’s Basketball finds early success

Though most of Grinnell might be struggling through the dead of winter, the women of Darby Gym are really coming alive.   The Women’s Basketball team won their first conference opener since 2005 with their win over Beloit College last weekend, and they demonstrated to Ripon College, the defending Midwest Conference (MWC) champion, that this…

Swim team to travel to Macalester, Florida

The swim team is heading to Macalester in Minneapolis, Minn for the Great Scot Invitational this weekend for the final meet of the semester and the most competitive meet of their season so far. The team traditionally schedules a meet on this weekend as a culmination of the fall season. Although the team previously visited…