Sports

Framing in journalism: how facts can be like fiction

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Stephen Pacheco Staff Writer The start of a fresh NBA season always seems to signal the beginning of a “new” set of rather predictable occurrences: Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith will make more false claims than 1930’s tobacco ads, Kobe’s shot-attempts-to-assists ratio will grow closer to that of aRead More

Pritchett hopes to leave impact despite season-ending injury

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Tait Jensen Senior Staff Writer KiShawn Pritchett ’19 may be a freshman, an animal lover, and self-described “daddy’s boy,” but don’t let that soft façade fool you. Davidson basketball’s newest combo guard loves to win. “I want to win a lot of games,” he told me of his ambitions forRead More

Admissions for athletes: how should they be compared to other applicants?

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Jason Feldman Co-Sports Editor Davidson is one of a kind. One would certainly be hard-pressed to find another school with a similar blend of athletics, academics and small size. As such, it leaves our athletic department in many unique situations where decisions have to be made without comparing our schoolRead More

XC puts up strong display at A-10 Championships in Richmond

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Ethan Faust Co-Sports Editor The men’s cross country team battled to a 3rd place finish at the A-10 Championships on Saturday in Richmond, with three runners earning all-conference honors. The women’s team placed 8th and were led by the sensational Caroline Yarbrough ’19, who took 3rd overall. The day beganRead More

Field hockey on path toward postseason in bounce-back year

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Ian Roberton Staff Writer While its season has certainly not been defined by overwhelming consistency, as evidenced by its 8-8 record, women’s field hockey has won when it matters most. With a 5-2 record in Atlantic 10 play and just one remaining conference match against UMass, the Wildcats are secondRead More