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Frances Swanson Athlete Spotlight

Frances Swanson ’17 is an athlete who participates on both the track and cross-country teams. She has won many honors during her four years at Lewis & Clark. I sat down with her to learn about her life as a student athlete.   Zachary Lerman: What do you prefer to do more, Track or Cross Country? Why?   Frances Swanson: ... Read More »

Intramural soccer season ends

It’s 9:30 p.m. on a cold night at Griswold field. Usually, by this time, the floodlights would have turned off, instead, they illuminate the turf that has been transformed into three separate soccer fields. On the furthest field, Pablo Osuna ’18 breaks free down the left-hand side. Putting a low cross into the box, the ball ricochets off an unexpecting ... Read More »

Women’s Softball

Lewis & Clark’s Women’s Softball team struck a 3-0 win after a losing streak of eight games starting at the beginning of the season. It was an unexpected, but certainly welcome, win resulting in many firsts for the LC’s softball players and a sweeping victory. The winning game took place on Saturday, March 12, against the Puget Sound Loggers after ... Read More »

Women’s tennis season update

Lewis & Clark’s women’s tennis team is continuing their legacy as one of the top dogs in the NWC as they have effectively won all of their matches since the beginning of the fall 2016 semester, carrying over their winning streak into the Spring 2017 semester. One of those winning highlights include the Pio’s 9-0 win against Willamette on Feb. ... Read More »

Women’s Tennis Whitman Recap

  After three and a half hours and running over 9.8 miles, according to her Fitbit, Lewis & Clark’s Women’s tennis number one, Wiktoria Plawska ’17, dug deep to hold off Whitman’s number one, Andrea Gu, 7-5 5-7 7-5. Unfortunately, Plawska’s epic effort and that of her teammates would not be enough, as the 27th ranked Pio’s eventually fell 5-4 ... Read More »

Men’s club soccer team wins NWC title

  Each year at Lewis & Clark, the fall semester is one marked by new beginnings and fresh starts, where we can bury the past and look forward to the future. Few were more thankful for this new lease on life than the Men’s club soccer team. Following a difficult 2015 season, the 2016 Pios were dedicated to not make ... Read More »

Rowing finishes off winter training season

  At 6:00a.m. on a weekday, most of us at Lewis and Clark College remain hidden under a warm protective layer of blankets and top sheet, dreading the inevitable. The Pioneers Rowing team, on the other hand, are different. While we are fighting daybreak, you can find them perfecting their technique atop the choppy winter waters of the Willamette River, ... Read More »

Women’s basketball loses in a heartbreaker to Puget Sound in the first round of the NWC Playoffs

  The Lewis & Clark Pioneers just couldn’t beat the Puget Sound Loggers at the Northwest Conference tournament semifinals at Memorial Fieldhouse on Thursday, Feb. 23. Although they led the very end of the game with 10 points and only 4:02 left on the clock, the Pios lost with a final score of 61-58. “It was an incredible basketball game. ... Read More »

Artemis Alum Seraphie Allen Comes Back to Coach

  This year, Seraphie Allen has returned to Artemis as the new coach alongside Sara Stratton. Allen graduated from Lewis & Clark in 2015 with an English major and Gender Studies minor. Currently, Allen is working in the Portland Mayor’s Office as an assistant for policy community and affairs. Outside of work, Allen plays ultimate frisbee in the Portland area. ... Read More »