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Men’s Soccer Faces Adversity Early in Season

The men’s soccer team began the season Monday afternoon against Anderson University home at Reavis Stadium. Sophomore Alec McCarty scored only six minutes into...

Roll Tigs: DePauw softball team secures 5 game winning streak

The DePauw Women's softball team has been on a winning streak for the past five games, and just secured their 18th win of the...

Tigers Lacrosse Team takes down the Quakers

On Wednesday, April 6, the Women’s Lacrosse team played against Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana at 7 p.m. Leading up to the game, the...

DePauw, NCAC Opts Out Of Fall Sports

Effective immediately, DePauw University, along with the entire NCAC conference, has suspended intercollegiate competition until December 31st, 2020. Fall sports include men’s and women’s...

DePauw seniors reflect on their athletic experience

One of the most devastating aspects of school shutting down is the cancellation of spring sports, leaving many seniors without closure to their DePauw...

DePauw Swim Wraps Up Its Season

This past weekend, the DePauw’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Granville, Ohio to compete in the NCAC championship. Both the DePauw men’s and...

Time For Bill Lynch To Keep The Main Thing The Main...

Bill Lynch was more than a football coach Every pee-wee football player dreams of playing football on the biggest stages. I did, at least. I wanted...

Tiger Of The Week: Sydney Kopp

The DePauw: When did you start playing basketball? Sydney Kopp: I played softball competitively my whole life, and then I switched over really seriously....

How Staff Layoffs Affected DePauw Athletics

After completing the fall sports season, hear how two teams fared after staff layoffs last spring affected their coaching staffs.

Bill Lynch Retires After 40 Years Of Coaching

After DePauw’s victory over Wabash at the Monon Bell game last Saturday, Bill Lynch announced he will retire after 40 years of coaching football.