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Rosenbaum sets the pace, on the course and in the classroom

Sep 14, 2014 - Comments: 0

For senior cross-country runner Nathan Rosenbaum, this is it. This is the finale- the last time.

While Rosenbaum plans to run after college, he says that “you can’t really do cross-country after you graduate. You can’t run on a real team anymore; you can have running ‘teams,’ but nothing like this.”

Rosenbaum and the Polar Bears started the season with two team victories at the Bluffton Invitational and the Taylor (Ind.) Invitational, which Rosenbaum won by 15 seconds. Last weekend, the Bears finished fourth out of 20 teams at the Calvin Knight (Mich.) Invitational.

Freshman team wins three-on-three tournament, is ineligible to accept prize

Sep 08, 2014 - Comments: 0

“Blacktop Madness” quickly turned into hardwood madness as rain forced the Phi Mu Delta brothers’ first annual three-on-three basketball tournament to be moved to King Horn last Friday afternoon. The event was originally scheduled to take place at the Founders Hall basketball courts.

24 teams participated in the tournament, which was free to enter. The winner’s prize was a $30 gift card to Viva Maria’s, a local Italian restaurant. However, this year’s winner could not legally accept the prize.

2014 ONU Volleyball Preview

Sep 08, 2014 - Comments: 0

This is the time that many athletes prepare themselves for dominating their sports and bringing some sweet glory to Polar Bear nation. For this piece, let’s take a look at volleyball. Yes, indeed volleyball, a game that showcases how geometry and physics can be utilized in a sport which can dissolve from a well-organized operation, into a display of hysterical chaos. From elementary school gym classes to the OAC, volleyball resonates throughout all ages a feeling of competitiveness, fast paced action and the thrill of smacking a ball like it owed you money.

Northern Review Athlete of the Week

Sep 08, 2014 - Comments: 0
Devon Price takes on Washington defenders in Saturday's contest. (ONU Sports Information Office)

The Polar Bear football squad had a handful of players do big things this past Saturday, but junior receiver/kick returner Devon Price had a standout game to earn this week’s Northern Review Athlete of the Week.

Price came into Saturday’s contest coming off of a hot season from the 2013 campaign. Being a first team all-OAC kick returner and a second team all-OAC wide receiver, he has been a main ingredient of the Polar Bear offense and is a go-to weapon for Coach Dean Paul.

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