athletics

Lewis & Clark Cycling Club

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by Jackson Sundheim It goes without saying that most students in Portland, and especially at Lewis and Clark, are interested in riding bikes. One group on campus has a special interest in cycling and they have taken it to a competitive level. The Lewis & Clark Cycling Club is one of the newer organizations on

Miracle on Turf: Pioneers snap losing streak in first win since 2013

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For the first time since Oct. 5, 2013, the Pioneers have won a football game. The win against Pomona-Pitzer snaps the 33-game losing streak for the Pioneers, one of the longest in NCAA history. After jumping out to an early 17 point lead at halftime, the Pioneers held on to win 40-29. The win was

Community and Recreation for Employees brings LC together

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In addition to supporting undergraduates, the fitness facilities at Lewis & Clark serve a much larger community. The Community & Recreation for Employees (CARE) program has worked with the athletics department to offer lunchtime sports and workout opportunities for the employees who help the college run smoothly. “I have tried almost all the classes,” said

Meet the new basketball coach: Pam Findlay

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She is ready to take on the tough Northwestern Conference.   This coming year, the women’s basketball team is welcoming a new coach. Coach Pamela Findlay comes to Lewis & Clark with experience at Washington & Lee University as well as Bemidji State. Before she wanted to become a basketball coach, Findlay studied biology with

Crew teams off to a good start at first home regatta

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Lewis & Clark crew held their Charlie Brown regatta last Saturday. Women’s varsity eight-shell finished second with a time of 14:35 and the men’s varsity four-shell finished third with a time of 14:45. As the first home regatta of the season, it provided a great look at this year’s new crew team members. Clare Shapiro

Pioneers optimistic about final games

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On Saturday, Oct. 22, the Lewis & Clark football team nearly pulled off their first win of the season against the Puget Sound Loggers. With an 11-point lead in the second quarter, the Pios were headed to victory until the Loggers had a 30-point streak by the end of the second quarter going into the

Women’s tennis takes ITA tournament by storm

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THE LEWIS & CLARK women’s tennis team travelled to Walla Walla, Wash. this past weekend for the Women’s Fall ITA Tournament held at Whitman College. All members of the team performed excellently, with one of our own pios taking home first place, resulting in the second consecutive year that a player from LC has won the

Crew gears up for their great race

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Excitement builds as Crew preps for Northwest Conference Championships By Tim Cable /// Staff Writer When you’ve ranked in the top 15 nationally, second in the Northwest, and beat your longtime rivals for the first time in recent memory, you have every right to be excited, and deserve some appreciation and attention. The Lewis & Clark

The seniors walk off into the spring sunset

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Baseball and Softball’s seniors reflect on their time with the Pioneers and their future plans By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor The curtain has fallen on the 2016 season for Pioneer Baseball and Softball. They played their last series this past weekend, wrapping up long campaigns for both teams. Following their final series of games, the

Sailing towards some rough competition at Eldon Fix Track in the season’s final event

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Track & Field hosts the Northwest Conference Championship this weekend By Abe Field /// Senior Staff Writer As the Track & Field team prepares for the Northwest Conference Championship meet this Friday and Saturday, they are all look ing back on a rewarding, successful season together. As one of the largest teams at Lewis & Clark,

Tennis seniors leave it all on the clay court

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The seniors reflect on the four years they have spent on the Pioneer Tennis team By Peter Melling /// Sports Editor With the semester winding down, both the men’s and women’s Tennis teams wrapped up historic regular seasons. The women Pioneers finished 12-0 in the Northwest Conference (#18 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s national rankings

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