Sports

First-Year Athletes to Watch: Part Two

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Drew Eastland ‘21, Andrew Erler ‘22, & Ben Cutner ‘22 Sports writers Men’s Basketball: Luka Brajkovic Standing at 6’10”, Luka Brajkovic enjoys a view of the world that most people don’t. He joins the Davidson basketball team from Feldkirch, Austria, where he was a member of the U-18 National Team andRead More

Though no Davidson athletes have protested during the anthem to date, AD Chris Clunie recognizes the significance of action-based resistance. Photo by Maya Eggert ‘19

NFL Kneeling Debates Dominate Politics, Athletics

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Harris Rogers ‘21 Staff writer On August 14, 2016, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick chose to kneel during the national anthem for the first time. He made this decision in order to use his platform as a prominent athlete to bring attention to systemic injustices that target peopleRead More

Normalcy in Times of Crisis: Our Relationships to Sports

Normalcy in Times of Crisis: Our Relationships to Sports

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Deen Haleem ‘21 Men’s basketball correspondent  We all know what happened this past week, and we all know it was much bigger than a few basketball games. We saw hate revealed from the shadows of our campus, and as it was brought to light, we saw love rise to confrontRead More

Davidson Football Cursed with Close Losses, Approaches Final Chance for Winning Season

Davidson Football Cursed with Close Losses, Approaches Final Chance for Winning Season

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Jacob Margolis ‘20 Football correspondent  One minute and 43 seconds. Davidson was just one minute and 43 seconds away from the biggest win in program history since the caper of the undefeated 2000 season. Instead of a technical win over San Diego, a program that has dominated the pioneer footballRead More

Lucas Hauth ‘22 made a critical goal for the Wildcats that had conference semi-finals written all over it. Photo courtesy of Tim Cowie/DavidsonPhotos.com.

Sixteen Seconds Between Men’s Soccer and A-10 Semi-Final

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Max Pearson ‘22 Men’s soccer correspondent  Davidson entered the Atlantic 10 Tournament as the second seed. After a strong regular season, the team finished just 3 points behind top-seeded VCU. The Wildcats had an unbeaten start to the season, losing for the first time against Fordham in a closely contestedRead More