Mike Blasey '19 won the individual A-10 golf conference title and led the Wildcats to a resounding team victory over the University of Dayton. They now are on track for the NCAA regional from May 14th to May 16th. Photo by Julie Fletcher, Atlantic-10

Blasey Triumphs as Golf Wins First Conference Title in 50 Years

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  By: Will Jones ’19 Staff Writer For the first time since 1968, the Davidson College Men’s Golf Team has won the conference championship and secured a place at NCAA Regionals later this month. The ‘Cats claimed the title in dramatic wire-to-wire fashion, firing a blistering +27 team score overRead More

Davidson lacrosse starts their A-10 tournament run on Thursday against VCU. Photo by Elayna Daniels ‘21

Lacrosse Nabs A-10 Fifth Seed

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By: Coleman Richards ’19 Staff Writer The ‘Cats, after a tough 2-4 start to conference play, are playing some of their best lacrosse this season. The team has since won their final three games in conference and successfully clinched a spot in the Atlantic 10 tournament as a fifth seed.Read More

Track & Field Gears Up for Tournament

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By: Iain Anderson ’21 Staff Writer Unlike other college sports, track and field competes in two conference championships each school year—one indoors and one outdoors. It is a unique opportunity of which the Davidson men’s and women’s teams plan to take advantage. The men’s team looks to improve on itsRead More

Axel Fries '20, along with the Davidson men's and women's teams, posted the best regular season record since Davidson joined the A-10 in 2015. Photo courtesy of Jane Campbell

Tennis Looking to Bring Home Two A-10 Titles

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By: Jake Carver ’21 Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams’ grueling seasons peaked this week at the Atlantic 10 Championships in Orlando. For the seniors, the A-10 tournament is a last effort to secure a conference championship and a trip to the NCAA Regional rounds. For theRead More

Pep Band: Integral Part of Basketball Success

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By: Sam Thomas ’20 Sports Editor There’s a reason why nationally 17th-ranked Rhode Island missed the first free throw on the first shot of a one-and-one three times in the last minute of this season’s final home men’s basketball game. Sure, Belk Arena packed the punch in rowdiness, but anyRead More