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Never a dull moment Mary Lynn's pedagogy
Expert opinion: Food and fitness, with Paul Arciero
Impasse in Israel? Greenberg scholar Benny Morris
Exploring gender issues Male and female imagery
Museum teaching crosses disciplines Tang's "Hudson" spans boundaries
News arts-management curriculum Zankel director debuts
Tomaselli at the Tang Truly mixed media
High-tech imaging Domozych keeping busy
Medal-winning meal Skidmore takes a bronze
Tour d'Afrique Silverman on two wheels
On wisdom, gravity, timing, and truth McCormack scholar Bill T. Jones
Newest faculty, newest scholarship 24 new faces
Sportswrap Fall sports highlights


Field hockey. Going 17-4, Skidmore won its second consecutive Liberty League title and entered the NCAA Division III playoffs. After a 4-3 victory over Amherst, the team advanced to the quarterfinals but was stopped by Tufts. Christine Kemp ’11, the Liberty and D-III regional Player of the Year,
earned All-American honors.

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Soccer. At 11-5-3, the women returned to nationals this year. They lost in the first round, 1-0, to Oneonta. Their season featured a nine-game unbeaten streak, with a win over 5th-ranked Amherst. Lindsay Schmitt ’11 (at left) made first-team All-Liberty League. The men’s 7-9 season included a 1-0 win over 20th-ranked Hobart. Doug Yeates ’11 made first team All-Liberty.

Volleyball. Lauren Dinsdale ’10 was Liberty’s Co-Player of the Year; she and Meredith Palmer ’11 went All-American, leading the team to a 24-11 season.

Golf. Skidmore ranks third nationally, after winning five of six tourneys—including the Liberty League by 33 strokes. Chris DeJohn ’10 and Peter Anderson ’12 were named Co-Players of the Year.

Tennis. The women rank 24th in the nation after a strong fall season. Dani Fancher ’10 and Nataly Mendoza ’13 each won at the D-III state championships. The men won the Rochester Flower City Championship for a third year and had individual success at ITA Regionals and the Wallach Invitational at Bates. They’re looking for a return to nationals this spring.

Riding. Skidmore was leading after four wins in five shows. Nationals are the goal this spring.

Crew. The rowers prepped for the spring championships with two fall events. The women’s eight looks to be ranked nationally in the spring. Skidmore will host the Liberty championships on April 24.

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