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Bertola makes strides

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor A hat trick in soccer is three goals all within one match. Imaginably difficult to achieve, one DeSales women’s soccer player managed to conquer the task. Senior Angelica Bertola netted not one, but two consecutive hat tricks in the first two games of her final season in a Bulldogs uniform. The first came in a 7-0 shutout over Lancaster … [Read more...]

Fall Preview: Who to look out for this season

By Bridget Walsh Sports Editor A recurring theme this fall, as with any new sports season, is the transition within teams. Many new freshmen have joined the rosters, and preseason has finally concluded, making way for official competition. After the preseason polls have been announced by the MAC Conference office, the Bulldogs are prepared to represent the university and … [Read more...]

Umbenhauer, Dauer, Wheeler close out season at Nationals

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer On May 25-27, three DeSales women’s track and field athletes competed at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championship meet held at SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. Senior Nicole Umbenhauer placed 22nd in the javelin, senior Beth Dauer placed 11th in the 800-meter and junior Veronica Wheeler placed 18th in the 5K to conclude the 2017 outdoor … [Read more...]

Track and field prepares for MACs at home

By Bridget Walsh Staff Writer In the outdoor track and field season, the men’s track and field team has competed in seven meets as of May 1, and they are anxiously preparing to host the MAC Conference meet from May 4–6. At the Tribe Invitational hosted by William & Mary in Williamsburg, Va., the Bulldogs placed second out of three teams. It was at this meet that … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk…

By Chris Shaddock Sports Editor (Future Editor-in-Chief) How’s it going everyone? My name is Chris, and I have the privilege of being the Editor-in-Chief for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Some things about me: I am quiet, lackadaisical and always aim to do what others usually would not. Aside from writing for The Minstrel, I run cross country and track for the … [Read more...]