Volleyball Sweeps Spike It Up Classic, Now 8–0

By MIKEY WRIGHT With the volleyball season in full swing, the Colorado College women’s volleyball team has wasted no time starting off the season in…

Colorado College Men’s Soccer on Four-Game Win Streak, No. 1 in SCAC

With four wins in a row, the Colorado College men’s soccer team is on a roll. The team had two wins in Texas over the…

Women’s Soccer Came Close Against No. 5 Ranked Texas A&M Hayden Cogswell

The Colorado College women’s soccer team was one half away from beating one of the top DI teams in the country this past weekend. The…

Men’s Club Soccer: The Best of Both Worlds

If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that varsity sports can be a huge commitment. If you don’t want to deal with mandatory…

Volleyball Dominates in Their Opening Weekend, Ranked No. 2 Nationally

Colorado College Volleyball got off to a flying start this weekend with an undefeated performance in this year’s CC Classic. The Classic was hosted at…

Why We Run: Kate McGinn

By ADAM MAHLER In the early hours before work, Kate McGinn ‘19 slips into her running shoes and heads into the chilly Rocky Mountain air.…

Weekend Recap: Colorado College Men’s Soccer

The Colorado College Tigers kicked off their season with an exciting game against the University of Texas at Dallas on Aug. 31. Unfortunately, the Tigers…

Women’s Soccer Falls to Columbia on Second-Half Winner

Women’s soccer saw their 3-0 start to the season squandered with a tough 2-1 loss to the Columbia Lions on Aug. 31. The game-winning goal…

Soccer Sundays Are Back

We already know that Sunday is always a big day for the Colorado College men’s soccer team, but this weekend will be especially boisterous because…

Cross Country Prepares for Another Fast Season

By HAYDEN COGSWELL The cross country team is off to a quick start this season after a promising preseason. The squad held their preseason last…

Women’s Soccer Starts Season 3-0 for the First Time Since 2005

By MIKEY WRIGHT With Block 1 underway and the campus once again buzzing, student-athletes have begun training for their upcoming fall seasons. While the Colorado…

The Real Gnarly Carly: Q & A with Club Climbing’s Carly Bonwell

Carly Bonwell is a sophomore on one of Colorado College’s newest club sports, the climbing team. The New Mexico native recently went to Houston with…

The Final Catalyst, The Final Conversation by Candlelight

Every week, senior lacrosse player Sam Mathai exercises his vernacular, targeting anything and anyone on campus. Hello, I am back. After Stern was allowed to…

Cutthroat Shows Strength, Perseverance, and Inspiration at Nationals

Over the first weekend of Block 8, Colorado College’s Cutthroat rugby team competed in nationals and placed 11th overall. On the first day they played…

Tiger Lacrosse Representing CC at National Tournaments

The national tournament brackets for Division III lacrosse were announced on Sunday, and the women’s team will be competing for national dominance this upcoming weekend.…

Going Head to Head: A Rebuttal to Sam Mathai’s Viciously Friendly Attacks

By Robbie Stern For some reason, the good people of this publication have allowed Sam Mathai to write a weekly column. Why? I have no…

Q&A with Men’s Lacrosse Leading Scorer Coby Petau

Coby Petau is a sophomore attacker who hails from Highlands Ranch, Colo. Petau has really excelled this year, substantially leading the team in goals scored.…

Men’s Lacrosse Dominates Again

The men’s lacrosse team secured their 13th win in a row at home against the Whittier College Poets (5–8) this weekend in a continued show…

Track and Field Brings Home Some Hardware

A meet record, two school records, and 15 athletes winning 22 medals were the final results of last weekend’s track and field Southern Collegiate Athletic…

Introducing Colorado College’s “Finest” Bachelors

Several days ago, my editor suggested that, for this column, I let myself go to full-blown nepotism and use this forum as a way to…

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Place Fourth at Conference

Hosting the conference tournament last weekend, the men’s and women’s tennis teams both placed fourth in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The women stayed true…

A Broken Fibula and Still Fighting

Games that involve sprinting at full speed to brutally tackle opponents aren’t for everyone, but senior and Cutthroat captain Nora Holmes swears by it. Rewarded…

The Baldwin Eagle Is Ready to Soar: Q&A With High Jump High Roller Henry Baldwin

Henry Baldwin is a two-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference champion in the high jump, and will be defending his title and helping lead the men’s…

Hips Don’t Lie: From Lacrosse Stud to Bar-Lurking NARP

Once upon a time, I profiled a good friend of mine who is a source of endless comedy: Nate Sweet. By no means do I…

Senior Track Star Duranya Freeman Continues to Impress

For most sports, running is the punishment: the worst part of training, or the aspect of the workout dreaded most. However, for some insane individuals,…

The Man with the Best Office View on Campus: Q&A with Tennis Coach Anthony Weber

Anthony Weber is the head coach for the Colorado College men's and women’s tennis teams. Weber played Division I tennis at Lamar University in Beaumont,…

Tigers Keep It Rolling Against Whittier

The Colorado College Tigers brought their win streak to 10 last weekend in Los Angeles against the Whittier College Poets, ending the game 15–8. In…

McDonald’s: The Breakfast of a Champion

This past weekend, the Colorado College track and field team traveled to Pueblo, Co. to compete in the Spank Blazing Opener. One athlete in particular…