Volleyball After an up and down year, the volleyball team wrapped up its season last weekend with a loss on the road at Saint Benedict. The Cobbers finished one spot behind St. Olaf for a playoff bid with a conference record of 4-7 and finished with the same .364 winningContinue Reading

While the country as a whole may be in a complete downward spiral at the moment, one thing is undeniable: sports are back. This year’s NCAA tournament has been electric. The entire country simultaneously jumped off the couch and live-tweeted its excitement when the University of Maryland, Baltimore County upsetContinue Reading

The change in leaves this fall brought in a change of coaching staff for the Cobber men and women’s golf teams. Taking the place of longtime coach, Duane Siverson, is well-experienced and PGA professional Joseph Christianson. Christianson grew up in Halstad, Minn., in a sports-enthusiastic family, having countless family membersContinue Reading

After a stressful mid-semester exam week, members of the golf, tennis and softball team started their pre-season practice. This year, both softball and golf headed to Arizona, and tennis headed to Florida. All three teams arrived down South for some relaxation time, team bonding and pre-season practicing. Sophomore Dana MeslowContinue Reading

Hype. Team. Mental and physical toughness. What’s the first sport that comes to mind when hearing these words? Football? Basketball? For the men’s head golf coach, Duane Siverson and a couple of his golfers, senior Jordie Siverson and sophomore Coy Papachek, these words were part of normal conversation. “It’s certainlyContinue Reading