Sports

Op-Ed: Harmful Fan Behavoir Must Be Addressed

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Michi Lacorte ‘22 Guest Sports Writer A few weeks ago, I was at the men’s home basketball game versus Rhode Island. I was sitting in the student section and a group of students – some of whom were members of the football team – and alumni in front of meRead More

Davidson takes on George Washington in A10 men's basketball action at Belk Arena on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Men’s Basketball Falls in A10 Semifinal

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James Reilly ’21 Sports Correspondent Davidson Men’s Basketball entered Friday’s A10 tournament as the second seed, vying for the automatic NCAA tournament bid that comes with a conference title. The ‘Cats took on the tenth-seeded Hawks of Saint Joseph’s, a team with whom they split the season series, in theRead More

State of Concussions: From the Editor’s Desk

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Max Pearson ’22 Sports Editor Concussions are one of the most contentious topics in sports today. The National Football League (NFL) owners introduced new helmet regulations last year in response to a league-high 291 diagnosed concussions in the 2017-2018 season. This figure may be as a result of better systemsRead More

Monumental Season Ends With Postseason Berth

Monumental Season Ends With Postseason Berth

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Marcus Whipple ‘21 Sports Writer Pivot: the central point, pin, or shaft on which the mechanism oscillates. In basketball, the pivot foot allows a player to turn their body and change directions with traveling.This season, the Davidson Women’s basketball team pivoted in a positive direction. From the start, this seasonRead More

Davidson takes on UNC-Wilmington in non-conference swimming action at Charles A. Cannon Pool on Friday, January 11, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Wildcats Make Splash at Conference Meet

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Sam Thomas ‘20  Senior Sports Writer Davidson’s Swimming & Diving teams competed at the Atlantic 10 Championships this past weekend at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The men finished fourth out of eight teams and the women finished eighth out of eleven teams. Both team performances were highlighted byRead More