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Davidson Golf Swings into Spring Season

Davidson Golf Swings into Spring Season

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Drew Eastland ’21 Sports Writer The golf team’s spring season is in full swing, with two tournaments in the books; one in Hilton Head and one in Fort Lauderdale. The team performed modestly, taking mid-range finishes in both tournaments. There were a few individual highlights at these two tournaments; AlexRead More

Regular Season Momentum Propels Women’s Hoops

Regular Season Momentum Propels Women’s Hoops

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Nathan Marder- Fighting back after a tough four-game losing streak, Women’s Basketball won the final two games of their regular season, improving the team’s conference record to 7-9 from their 5-9 start and earning the ninth seed for the upcoming Atlantic 10 tournament. The Wildcats will kick off tournament playRead More

Coach Cooke to Move from the Dugout

Coach Cooke to Move from the Dugout

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Drew Eastland- After twenty-seven years of coaching, producing twelve major league baseball players, winning more games than any coach in Davidson history, and coming off the teams most successful postseason run ever; Head Baseball Coach Dick Cooke announce that he would be stepping down  from his position and embracing aRead More

Track and Field Returns from A-10 Championship

Track and Field Returns from A-10 Championship

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Sam Thomas- “I think I’m still in disbelief,” said senior captain Sarah Sears after an absolutely incredible performance. For the second straight year, the Atlantic 10 Indoor Track and Field Most Outstanding Track Athlete is coming home with the Wildcats. Sears, after capturing A-10 titles in the 5k and mileRead More

The men's tennis team looks to lean on the leadership of Artem Khrapko '18 as their season starts to come into full force. Photo courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Look Forward to Successful Spring

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Sam Thomas- Wildcat tennis is back in action and the ‘Cats have gotten their spring season off and running. The women have started at a blistering rate with a 3-2 start. Their two losses have come against the nation’s fifth-ranked team in UNC and in a nail-biting fashion against aRead More