Women’s Basketball Falls Valiantly Against Denison

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots women’s basketball team looked to turn their season around in Saturday’s NCAC matchup with the Denison Big Red. With gut-wrenching losses against Kenyon and Hiram over the last 10 days, Wooster had played close games and shown that they could compete. Denison had a similar run ofContinue reading “Women’s Basketball Falls Valiantly Against Denison”

Men’s Basketball Stops DePauw’s Win Streak

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots’ men’s basketball team welcomed the DePauw Tigers into Timken Gymnasium on Saturday, Jan. 21, for a heated conference battle. The Tigers were navigating the NCAC well, aside from losses at the hands of Wooster in their first meeting and a 10-point defeat from their Tiger counterparts, Wittenberg.Continue reading “Men’s Basketball Stops DePauw’s Win Streak”

Men’s Basketball Defeats DePauw, Improves to 4-1

Thomas Pitney, Sports Editor On Saturday, Dec. 3, the Wooster men’s basketball team traveled to Greencastle, Indiana to face off against the DePauw University Tigers. DePauw represented one of the biggest challenges for the Scots this season, as the Tigers entered this match with an overall record of 7-1 and a conference record of 1-0.Continue reading “Men’s Basketball Defeats DePauw, Improves to 4-1”

Women’s Basketball Falls in Close Road Contest

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor On Saturday, Dec. 3, Wooster’s women’s basketball team hit a slight bump in the road, as they fell to the home team — the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg Bobcats — by a score of 70-58. Although the Scots put on a strong performance early on against Greensburg, they were unable to capitalizeContinue reading “Women’s Basketball Falls in Close Road Contest”

Scots Swim and Dive Stands Out at Wooster Invitational

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Wooster swim and dive team played host to nine different institutions at the Wooster Invitational from Dec. 1 through Dec. 3. From Thursday to Saturday, competitors, coaches and fans filled both Wooster High School’s Ellen Shapiro Natatorium and the College’s Timken Natatorium. The University of the Cumberlands, PennWest UniversityContinue reading “Scots Swim and Dive Stands Out at Wooster Invitational”

Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer On Nov. 10, the Fighting Scots women’s basketball team traveled to Bluffton University to take on the Beavers in a Saturday night showdown. Wooster looked to notch their first win of the season after falling to Franscisan University in the season opener. The game would serve as Bluffton’s season opener,Continue reading “Women’s Basketball Falls in Second Game of the Season”

Cross Country Ends Their Season Strong at Regional Meet

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor The frontrunning men and women of Wooster’s cross country program took to the roads and trails of Holland, Michigan with a collective goal of competing and running their hearts out in the  Great Lakes Cross Country Regional Championships. Although the brisk air and untimely snow provided an extra challenge for theContinue reading Cross Country Ends Their Season Strong at Regional Meet

Wooster Students Compete at the ISS-Hosted Mini-World Cup

Thomas Pitney, Sports Editor On Sunday, Nov. 8, Wooster’s International Student Services (ISS) hosted a Mini-World Cup event for students at the Scot Center. Rayan Dos Passos ’25, the main organizer of the event, said that the goal of the Mini-World Cup was to “hold a sports tournament between international and domestic students…[and] to promoteContinue reading “Wooster Students Compete at the ISS-Hosted Mini-World Cup”

Women’s Volleyball Falls to Kenyon in NCAC Playoffs

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Wooster volleyball team traveled to Wittenberg University on Friday, Nov. 4 to partake in the NCAC tournament against a familiar foe, the Kenyon Owls. Last year, Wooster took part in a historic conference tournament run that lives on in the memory of volleyball fans far and wide, as theyContinue reading “Women’s Volleyball Falls to Kenyon in NCAC Playoffs”

Wooster XC Surprises at Conference Championship Meet

Matthew McMorrough, Contributing Writer It was a cool, clear day in Wooster, as the Scots’ runners hit the L.C. Boles Golf Course ready to run on Saturday, Oct. 29. It was time for the Wooster-hosted NCAC Championships. “It is always a special occasion to host the conference meet at Wooster,” said Mihalis Protopapadakis ’25. “OurContinue reading “Wooster XC Surprises at Conference Championship Meet”