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Swimmers open with big weekend

Swimmers open with big weekend

By Alyssa Nehring--Morningside swim team continues its season with a weekend full of swimming here at Morningside. Friday night sees a dual meet against the Iowa Central Tritons and the Kearney Lopers at 7 pm. Coach Bryan Farris said the men’s and women’s teams are looking forward to [...]

Swim team does ‘Hour of Power’

By Alyssa Nehring--The Mustang Swim Team participated in the 11th Annual Ted Mullin “Leave it in the Pool” Hour of Power Relay on November 7. The Hour of Power was started at Carleton College after Ted Mullin, a member of the swim and dive team, passed away from sarcoma in the Fall of 2006. [...]

Wrestlers have to make healthy diet choices

By Devin Phaly--Student athletes need to make healthy choices, but wrestlers make a commitment when it comes to having a plan to deal with the struggles of having a nutritious diet. Some of the difficulties that wrestlers have are selecting the correct portion size, choosing between fatty foods [...]

Niles finds rehabilitation through support from friends, family

Niles finds rehabilitation through support from friends, family

By Blake Meacham--In the first quarter of the first football game of the season, standout wide receiver Connor Niles broke his ankle after a reception. The crowd on Morningside’s half of the field went from buzzing cheers due to the excitement of the opening weekend to a worried hush in less than [...]

Salmonson balances life despite clutter

Salmonson balances life despite clutter

Eric Salmonson By Blake Meacham--Since his freshman year at Morningside, Eric Salmonson has balanced playing baseball and football. Big deal, you say. Two-sport athletes are rare, but they’re not unheard of. However, Eric maintains a near 4.0 GPA while playing those sports. Okay, [...]

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