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Gallery: The Dweeb Slayers slay Team Harambe in flag football

Gallery: The Dweeb Slayers slay Team Harambe in flag football

Sam Martin, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The Lakeland University Flag Football League hosted a battle for the ages. On Oct. 31, a flag football game between The Dweeb Slayers and Team Harambe took place. The game came down to the final play. The Dweeb Slayers emerged victorious with a final score of 38-33. This was the last regular season...

Women’s volleyball falls short, ending season

Women’s volleyball falls short, ending season

Dezmen Morse, Sports Editor

November 3, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On Nov. 1, the women’s volleyball team took part in the first round of the NACC conference tournament. The Muskies took on the Edgewood Eagles, who are ranked third in the conference standing. After a hard fought fourth match with a final score of 30-28, the season came to an end for the Muskies....

President promises $2.8 million sports facility, new football field

President promises $2.8 million sports facility, new football field

Luke Ulatowski, Digital Media Manager

October 31, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Video

The Muskies are getting a new field. On Oct. 31, Lakeland President Dan Eck announced plans for a brand new outdoor multi-sport facility. It will be a $2.8 million dollar investment for the university. "We're gonna break ground as soon as spring permits," said Eck. The main attraction of the...

NACC football rankings: Muskies stand on muddy ground

NACC football rankings: Muskies stand on muddy ground

Luke Ulatowski, Digital Media Manager

October 27, 2016


Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

In the midst of home field destruction, where the Muskies football team heads next is unpredictable. The official Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference standings don’t help much. As far as conference scores go, Aurora and Wisconsin Lutheran lead the pack at 3-0 and 3-1, respectively. Rockford and Lakeland rival Concordia Wisconsin are essentially out of the picture...

Women’s volleyball competes in triangular

Women’s volleyball competes in triangular

Dezmen Morse, Sports Editor

October 27, 2016


Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Womens Volleyball

Last night, the women's volleyball team made the trip to Carroll University to compete in a triangular competition. Their first opponent was UW-Oshkosh who they fell short to as they lost the match in three sets, final score 0-3. The Muskies were looking to bounce back immediately as they faced...

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