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Women’s Golf: Freshman Irene Kim leads Northwestern to win at Lady Puerto Rico Classic

Women’s Golf: Freshman Irene Kim leads Northwestern to win at Lady Puerto Rico Classic

Charlie Goldsmith, Sports Editor

February 13, 2020

Women's Golf Irene Kim had a very typical start to her freshman season. In her first four matches at the college level, Kim never finished higher than 21st place, and she’d finished as low as 57th. Northwestern played in its first match of the spring season this week, and Kim had a surpri...

Men’s Basketball: What’s going on with Pete Nance?

Men’s Basketball: What’s going on with Pete Nance?

Charlie Goldsmith, Sports Editor

February 13, 2020

Men's Basketball When his three-point shot fell through the net against Michigan on Wednesday, Pete Nance clapped his hands and smiled. The entire Northwestern bench stood up and celebrated. It wasn’t even a big shot –– the Wildcats cut their deficit down to 18 points in the middle of the second ...

Lacrosse: No. 3 Northwestern gears up for top-10 matchup with No. 6 Notre Dame and Arizona State

Lacrosse: No. 3 Northwestern gears up for top-10 matchup with No. 6 Notre Dame and Arizona State

Gabriela Carroll, Assistant Sports Editor

February 13, 2020

Lacrosse Northwestern made a big statement last weekend with two emphatic victories, and they have a big opportunity to keep their momentum going this weekend. The No. 3 Wildcats (2-0, 0-0 Big Ten) face off against No. 6 Notre Dame (1-0, 0-0 ACC) in their first top-10 matchup of the season F...

Fencing: Crompton, Swallow head to Columbus for Junior Olympics

Fencing: Crompton, Swallow head to Columbus for Junior Olympics

Drew Schott, Reporter

February 13, 2020

Fencing No. 9 Northwestern couldn’t have asked for a better end to its regular season. It didn’t match last season’s success, when the team finished No. 2 in the nation. But after going 10-2 at the NU Duals and defeating three Top 10 teams including No. 1 Princeton, the Wildcats have st...

Men’s Basketball: Wildcats’ offense falters in 25-point home loss to Michigan

Men’s Basketball: Wildcats’ offense falters in 25-point home loss to Michigan

John Riker, Assistant Sports Editor

February 13, 2020

With Northwestern down 15 with just over five minutes to go, sophomore forward Miller Kopp rebounded his own errant shot and put up a second attempt, aiming to will the Wildcats back into the game. Instead, Michigan center Jon Teske batted the ball away and sent the shot beyond the three-point line....