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Drinking Game: Men’s Basketball Serving

Drinking Game: Men’s Basketball Serving

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Drew Eastland ‘21  Sports Co-editor The crowd rises together, spectators violently applaud, and the loudspeaker echoes out, “timeout on the court.” As the fans retake their seats for a quick break in the action, a friendly stranger’s voice bellows out “Icccce cold beer heyr!’” This season, Davidson introduced its men’sRead More

Men’s Tennis Looks to Develop Young Talent

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Wilson Reynolds ‘21  Sports Writer After graduating one of the most successful senior classes in team history last spring, the Wildcats’ men’s tennis squad begins a new chapter with a young starting lineup that has performed well to start the season. The Wildcats are coming off consecutive 16-win seasons  andRead More

Coats Fulks Guides ‘Cats to A-10 Success

Coats Fulks Guides ‘Cats to A-10 Success

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Jacob Margolis ‘20 Sports Writer When Coach Gayle Coats Fulks was named Davidson’s Women’s Head Basketball Coach in 2017, she took over a program that had won a combined 22 games, 10 in conference, in its first three seasons in the Atlantic 10. In a little bit over a seasonRead More

Baseball Enters Season with New Head Coach

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James Reilly ’21 Sports Writer Six years ago, Rucker Taylor was a fresh face on Davidson’s campus, a newly-hired 28-year-old assistant baseball coach on Dick Cooke’s staff. Now, after helping to oversee one of the most successful stretches in Davidson baseball history, he has become a familiar presence –– and he’sRead More

Men’s Basketball Falls to UMass

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Trap games (games against materially lesser opponents) are often a problem for NCAA tournament contending teams. They often catch good teams off guard and cause them to lose winnable games as a result of not putting in their best effort. This has been a particular problem for Davidson this yearRead More