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”

Field Hockey Ends Season With Impressive Road Win

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The College of Wooster Fighting Scots women’s field hockey finished their season off last Saturday with a 1-0 win over Oberlin. The Scots, who lost their final home game of the season to Allegheny College on Oct. 26, finished their season on a high note with a victory on the road.Continue reading “Field Hockey Ends Season With Impressive Road Win”

Football Stages 26-Point Comeback Against Wittenberg

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Fighting Scots football team took on rivals Wittenberg on Saturday, Oct. 29 in a game that can only be described as absolutely riveting. Wooster’s offense struggled early on, mustering just three yards on their first drive and giving the Tigers favorable field position. Wittenberg struggled too, giving the ballContinue reading “Football Stages 26-Point Comeback Against Wittenberg”

Football Dominates in All Phases Against Hilbert

Miles Rochester, Sports Editor Wooster’s football team put on a clinic this past weekend at John P. Papp Stadium where they took on the Hilbert College Hawks, a flock who has been unable to record a single win this season. Wooster’s win also came well-timed with their senior day celebration, which commemorated 24 seniors whoContinue reading “Football Dominates in All Phases Against Hilbert”

Volleyball Heats Up at Emory Classic Invitational

Langston Hood, Senior Sports Writer The Wooster volleyball team took a much-needed vacation from the hallowed corn fields of Ohio to venture all the way to Atlanta, Georgia for a four-team tournament hosted by nationally-ranked Emory University. Wooster met Averett University of Virginia, St. Mary’s College of Indiana and Emory over the course of theContinue reading “Volleyball Heats Up at Emory Classic Invitational”

Tie against Wittenberg Leaves Scot’s Playoff Chances in Limbo

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots women’s soccer team traveled to Springfield, Ohio last Saturday, Oct. 22 to battle the Wittenberg Tigers. Saturday marked a rematch of last year’s North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Championship Game, in which the Scots fell to the Tigers 3-2. With the Scots eager to avenge the loss fromContinue reading “Tie against Wittenberg Leaves Scot’s Playoff Chances in Limbo”

Field Hockey Falls to Marian University 4-1

Zach Napora, Contributing Writer The Fighting Scots field hockey team faced a tough opponent last Sunday as they lost to Marian University 4-1 at John P. Papp Stadium. Wooster went down early, with Marian’s (4-2) Allyson Nichols ’26 finding the net in the 20th minute. The Sabres doubled their lead just six minutes later, thisContinue reading “Field Hockey Falls to Marian University 4-1”

Wooster XC Competes at Muskingum Invitational

Eliot Barrengos, Contributing Writer Wooster’s Fighting Scots raced on Saturday morning, Oct. 1, in the Muskingum Invitational 8K race, held at Muskingum University.  Will Callender ’25 continued his strong fall season crossing the finish line in first place among all men’s runners with a time of 26 minutes and 54.6 seconds. In doing so, CallenderContinue reading “Wooster XC Competes at Muskingum Invitational”