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National Girls and Women in Sports Day

  National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) has emphasised the importance of remaining active and discovering inspiration and motivation through physical activity. The day also serves as a reminder to push past any given limits, whether they be based on physical exertion and fitness goals or based on any given gender stereotypes.   The day has been celebrated ... Read More »

Track and Field’s Season Delayed by Snow

  For many at Lewis and Clark, our historically bad winter was little more than a reason to stay bundled up and avoid going to class. However, for the LC Track and Field team, it has meant that their promising season stumbled out of the starting blocks. With an early meet in Pullman, WA canceled, the Pio’s full squad will ... Read More »

Tennis Starts the Season on a Roll

Last week, the tennis season began as the Lewis and Clark men’s team traveled to Salem, OR to take on the Willamette Bearcats. The match was outdoors, but the cool weather did not stop the eighth-ranked Pios on their way to a 9-0 sweep, winning all the singles and doubles matches.   Brothers Gordon ‘18 and Brendan Barrows ’18 delivered ... Read More »

Football Season Wrap-Up

On Nov. 12, the Lewis & Clark Football team capped off their season with a 53-20 loss against the Whitworth Pirates. Prior to the start of the game, two seniors were recognized for their contributions to the team: tight-end CJ Appleton ’17 and quarterback Niko Fortino ’17. Appleton is grateful for the opportunity he has had to play football. Appleton ... Read More »

Artemis wins local tournament

Lewis & Clark’s Women Ultimate Frisbee Team, Artemis, had a successful home tournament on Nov. 5. LC played Reed College, University of Portland and Portland State and won all three games. To accommodate limited field time and space, each game was an hour long instead of capping them at the standard 13 points or 90 minutes. The Ultimate Frisbee team ... Read More »

Women’s rugby moves into Division II play

This season, Women’s Rugby has undergone a major change. Instead of competing in friendly local competitions as many club sports do, the women’s rugby team has moved into Division II. The team is now a part of the Cascade Collegiate Women’s Rugby Conference. The shift has changed things for the team. “Now that we’re in a league, the teams that ... Read More »