Men’s Swimming Wins Invitational for Second Straight Year
Feb06

Men’s Swimming Wins Invitational for Second Straight Year

By Garrett Glaeser, Staff Writer The Men’s Swimming team continued their undefeated season by taking down Mary Washington University this past Saturday 158-104 at the Bullets Pool. Duncan Proxmire ’21 and Sam Nonemaker ’22 led the team with two individual wins each in the team’s first events since returning from their winter break trip to Barbados. Proxmire, a long distance specialist, won the 500 and 1000 Freestyle, beating out...

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Women’s Lacrosse Receives their Championship Rings
Feb02

Women’s Lacrosse Receives their Championship Rings

Last Saturday afternoon, the Bullets lacrosse team was honored and given their championship rings for winning the 2018 NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Championship. This was their second consecutive national title.

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Janet ’77 and Ed Riggs ’77 Given Honorary Seat
Feb01

Janet ’77 and Ed Riggs ’77 Given Honorary Seat

This past Saturday afternoon, Gettysburg’s Department of Athletics honored President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77 and her husband, Ed Riggs ’77 for their continued support to the school and its athletic programs with two dedicated seats in Bream Gym. In the coming months, they will receive seats in all of Gettysburg’s athletic complexes.

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Super Bowl LIII Preview
Feb01

Super Bowl LIII Preview

By Garrett Glaeser, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Rams will take on the New England Patriots for Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on February 3. It will be a tale of two teams in diametrical opposition to one another in coaching, play style, and culture. In the NFC title game against the New Orleans Saints, the Rams played from behind the entirety of the game until their kicker, Greg “the Leg” Zuerlein, nailed a 48...

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How to Watch this Year’s Super Bowl
Jan30

How to Watch this Year’s Super Bowl

By Charlie Williamson, Sports Editor The matchup is set for Super Bowl LIII, where Tom Brady will go for his 6th Super Bowl ring against a Rams team that was 4-12 just two years ago and appearing in their first Super Bowl since 2001.  According to ESPN, the Rams and New England both boast Top-5 offenses in the league this year, both averaging over 27 points a game.  To watch what should be one of the bigger offense-heavy Super Bowls...

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College Basketball Season Breakdown
Jan26

College Basketball Season Breakdown

By Brody Tennant, Staff Writer So far in college basketball, the season has gone as many people would have expected. Duke, although they are ranked 2nd in the nation, have been lights out the whole year. Led by their star freshmen Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett, and Cam Reddish, teams must play great games just to keep the score close. Expect them to reclaim the top spot again by the end of the season. The current number 1 team in...

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