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Women’s Tennis Crowned Champions

Women’s Tennis Crowned Champions

Kevin Kilgour, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015


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After a highly successful season last year ending with a second place finish at nationals, the Women’s Tennis team continued to build upon their success this year, taking first place at the NJCAA Division III Women’s Tennis National Championships held in Peachtree City, GA this past weekend. Ra...

Fight For The Win

Fight For The Win

Jessica Todd, Treasurer, Sports Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


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The Women's soccer team won 1-0 last Friday, Oct. 16, against Spartanburg Methodist. The ladies kept their heads, despite their frustration from their multiple missed goal attempts. They showed excellent teamwork and sportsmanship. During a cross into the box on the opponent's side, one of Spartanburg's defenders...

How To Get Away With Scandal

How To Get Away With Scandal

Jessica Todd, Treasurer, Staff Writer

October 14, 2015


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Fantasy football has become an increasingly popular industry in the past decade. It all started from a couple of guys that loved football so much, they'd create their own league based off of how well players did in the NFL. Now these same guys are making enough money to sponsor channels and players. Fantasy...

The Dream Is Still Alive

The Dream Is Still Alive

Jessica Todd, Treasurer, Staff Writer

October 5, 2015


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The Women’s Soccer Team won 7-0 on Friday, Oct. 2 against Emmanuel College on a rainy evening. Despite the weather, the ladies added another win to their undefeated record, which is now 10-0. The team is ranked number one in the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) for Division III...

Men’s soccer brings back win

Men’s soccer brings back win

Meredith Broyles, Sports Editor

September 26, 2015


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The men’s soccer team beat Georgia Military College J.V. 6-4 last night at their field. Captain Parker Nyguen said the team was a “a little nervous” due to a variety of reasons including only travelling with a squad of 15. Some key players missed the game due to injuries, and two were fasting ...

Colligate eSports: Serious or LoL

Colligate eSports: Serious or LoL

Paul Vienhage, Staffwriter

November 4, 2014


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Just a few seconds from the win, when from out of nowhere here they come. You start screaming at your friends and comrades in arms though the skype call, “Get the **** back”. But it is too late, the other team’s Karthus just got a penta-kill and said quite eloquently “gg noobs”. His team pushes...

The Oxford Men’s Basketball Team is Ready to Play “Hard, Smart and Together”

The Oxford Men’s Basketball Team is Ready to Play “Hard, Smart and Together”

Prateek Paul, Staffwriter

October 27, 2014


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The Oxford men’s basketball team begins its season early next month, and they are ready to compete and win games. With 11 freshmen on the team, there’s a lot of uncertainty, but also hope for this season. Coach Timothy Terry, an assistant coach for the team, is excited to see what the Freshmen can...

Mens Soccer Has A Positive Outlook

Ethan Handa, Staffwriter

October 20, 2014


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In the first season of Oxford College Men’s Soccer since the 80s the team set their sights on developing team chemistry, while also succeeding in their shared goal of reaching the regional tournament.  While finishing with a record of 8-8-1, the team improved throughout, as they got more comfortable...

Women’s Soccer Qualifies for Regional Tournament, Men’s Team Isn’t Far Behind

Meghan Spencer, Staffwriter

October 15, 2014


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As the regular season comes to a close, many are wondering what is next for Oxford’s varsity soccer program, which includes an official men’s team this year. After months of constant training and the ambition to continue into post-season play, our women’s team has qualified for the NJCAA Regional...

Despite Tough Competition, Womens Tennis Takes Second Place

Despite Tough Competition, Womens Tennis Takes Second Place

Meredith Broyles, Staffwriter

September 29, 2014


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Spring season may be months away, yet the men and women’s tennis teams have already started to prepare with competitive matches throughout this fall. Oxford is a NJCAA D3 school, a unique classification, as not many schools like it exist Georgia. For this reason, The Oxford Athletics Department...

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