Category: Fencing

Nowak paces Vikings at NCAA regional

DETROIT, Mich. — Lawrence University fencing standout Jakub Nowak finished seventh Saturday to lead the Vikings at the NCAA Midwest Regional.

Competing in epee, Nowak posted a 5-6 record in the pool competition and scored 38 touches. Ohio State’s Lewis Weiss went 11-0 in pool play and went on to win the title.

Lawrence’s Kai Kramer finished eighth in foil and Nathan Schlesinger was ninth. Kramer went 3-7, and Schlesinger went 2-8. Schlesinger, a sophomore, missed out on qualifying for the NCAA Championships after earning a spot in the national meet last season.

Lawrence’s Joe Davis went 2-9 and finished 10th in sabre.

On the women’s side, Natalie Hagopian led the Vikings by taking ninth in foil with a 1-8 record. In a crowded women’s sabre field, Allison Kim finished 14th and Erin Paxson was 15th for Lawrence. Kim posted a 3-12 record, and Paxson went 1-14.

Lawrence did not have a competitor in epee.

Men’s epee results

Men’s foil results

Men’s sabre results

Women’s epee results

Women’s foil results

Women’s sabre results

Lawrence third at Midwest Fencing Conference Championships

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Lawrence University placed third in Sunday’s team competition at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships at Ohio State University.

The Lawrence men and women both took fifth place and that translated into third in the combined team standings with 1,270 points. Ohio State won with 1,605, and Michigan was second with 1,360.

Men’s foil led the way by placing third. The Vikings defeated Denison and Indiana before falling to Illinois in the semifinals. Lawrence then beat Case Western Reserve 5-4 in the third-place match.

Men’s epee finished fourth, posting wins over Case Western Reserve and Michigan State before falling to the University of Chicago in the semifinals. Michigan then topped Lawrence 5-3 in the third-place match.

Men’s sabre placed 13th, defeating Bowling Green in a play-in match before losing to Indiana in the first round.

On the women’s side, epee and sabre both took fifth and foil was sixth.

Women’s epee defeated McKendree in the first round and fell to Michigan State in the quarterfinals. The Vikings battled back in the consolation bracket to top Purdue 5-2 and Case Western Reserve 5-0 in the fifth-place match.

Women’s sabre topped Indiana in the opening round but lost to Ohio State in the quarterfinals. Lawrence defeated Purdue 5-4 and stopped Michigan State 5-4 for fifth place.

Women’s foil started with a win over Michigan State before falling to Wayne State in the quarterfinals. The Vikings defeated Case Western Reserve 5-1 in the consolation bracket but lost to Cleveland State in the fifth-place match.

 

 

Schlesinger, Davis pace Vikings at MFC Championships

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Nathan Schlesinger and Joe Davis both finished sixth Saturday to lead Lawrence University during the individual competition at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships at Ohio State University.

Schlesinger, competing in foil, won three bouts before falling to Stas Sudilovsky of Ohio State 15-8 in the quarterfinals. Schlesinger beat Michigan State’s Nicholas Jenkins 15-8, topped Cleveland State’s Logan Eskew 15-5 and defeated Case Western Reserve’s Jared Paine 15-4 to reach the quarterfinals.

Competing in sabre, Davis also picked off three victories before falling in the quarterfinals 15-3 to Ohio State’s Fredrick Koch. Davis blitzed Denison’s Dylan Tallman 15-0, defeated Toledo’s Khalid Abdl-Haleem 15-8 and downed Wayne State’s Michael Karpinski 15-10.

Also competing in foil, Kai Kramer placed ninth. He won a pair of bouts before falling to Ohio State’s Leon Cao 15-10 in the round of 16. Jakub Nowak also placed ninth in epee. He won two bouts before falling to Northwestern’s Alistair Murray 15-10 in the round of 16.

The top finishers on the women’s side were Allison Kim and Erin Paxson in sabre and Natalie Hagopian in foil.

Kim, who finished 14th, went 6-0 in pool play and then won two bouts before falling to Northwestern’s Alisha Gomez-Shah 15-2. Paxson grabbed 15th place after going 5-1 in pool play and winning two elimination bouts. She lost in the round of 16 to Northwestern’s Madeline Curzon 15-8.

Hagopian, who finished 15th, went 5-0 in her pool. She then won a pair of bouts to reach the round of 16. Ohio State’s Alanna Goldie finally ended Hagopian’s run with a 15-5 loss.

In women’s epee, Annabelle Tsai, Jasper Olsen and Lauren Phillips finished 16th, 17th and 18th, respectively.

The Week Ahead: February 20-26

APPLETON, Wis. — The Lawrence University track and field teams and fencing squads compete in their conference championships this weekend.

The Lawrence thinclads head to Jacksonville, Ill., for the Midwest Conference Championships on Friday and Saturday looking to bring home some individual titles. The Lawrence fencers are off to Columbus, Ohio, for the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships at Ohio State.

TRACK AND FIELD

Event: Midwest Conference Championships

When and Where: Friday and Saturday, Feb. 24-25, King Field House, Jacksonville, Ill. Competition begins Friday at 1 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m.

Webcast: Midwest Conference Championships

Fast Fact: The Vikings have several title contenders, led by distance standouts Josh Janusiak and Joe Kortenhof. Look for a pair of rookies, Will Nichols and Noah Shea, to have a big impact as well. Nichols, fresh off breaking the school record in the 200 meters, will compete in multiple events, and Shea is one of the league’s top triple jumpers.

MEN’S TENNIS (1-2)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. Lakeland (0-0)

When and Where: Saturday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m., Fox Cities Racquet Club.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Vikings look to snap a two-match losing skid after falling to UW-La Crosse and Concordia Wisconsin. Bill Schuman-Kline remains unbeaten in singles on young season as he improved to 3-0 at No. 2.

FENCING

Event: Midwest Fencing Conference Championships

When and Where: Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 25-26, all day, French Field House, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Vikings are looking to improve on their combined fourth-place finish at the 2016 MFC Championships. The men grabbed second place last season, and the women were fifth. The top returning individual finishers for the Vikings are Nathan Schlesinger, who was sixth in foil, and Natalie Hagopian, who took 12th in foil.

 

Lawrence picks up four wins at Northwestern Duals

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The Lawrence University fencing teams combined for four wins at the Northwestern Duals this weekend at the University of Notre Dame.

The Lawrence men posted a 3-3 record, and the women finished 1-6.

On the men’s side, the Vikings defeated Incarnate Word and Caltech by the same score of 19-8 and topped Northwestern 18-9. UC-San Diego beat the Vikings 22-5, Penn State stopped the Vikings 22-5 and Princeton defeated Lawrence 20-7.

Sabre was key in Lawrence’s win over Incarnate Word as the Vikings won those bouts 9-0. Sabre took the bouts vs. Caltech 7-2, and foil dominated Northwestern 8-1.

On the women’s side, Lawrence’s only win was a 22-5 victory over Caltech. Again, it was sabre winning the bouts 9-0.

In the other matches UC-San Diego, Farleigh Dickinson and Incarnate Word all beat the Vikings by the same score of 16-11. Temple beat Lawrence 24-3, Penn State topped the Vikings 23-4 and Princeton shut out the Vikings 27-0.

Men

UC-San Diego 22, Lawrence 5 (Sabre 9-0, Foil 8-1, Epee 5-4); Lawrence 19, Incarnate Word 8 (Sabre 9-0, Foil 6-3, Epee 4-5); Lawrence 19, Caltech 8 (Sabre 7-2, Foil 6-3, Epee 6-3); Lawrence 18, Northwestern 9 (Sabre 5-4, Foil 8-1, Epee 5-4); Penn State 22, Lawrence 5 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 7-2, Epee 7-2); Princeton 20, Lawrence 7 (Sabre 6-3, Foil 8-1, Epee 6-3).

Women

UC-San Diego 16, Lawrence 11 (Sabre 4-5, Foil 6-3, Epee 6-3); Princeton 27, Lawrence 0 (Sabre 9-0, Foil 9-0, Epee 9-0); Lawrence 22, Caltech 5 (Sabre 9-0, Foil 7-2, Epee 6-3); Farleigh Dickinson 16, Lawrence 11 (Sabre 3-6, Foil 6-3, Epee 7-2); Temple 24, Lawrence 3 (Sabre 7-2, Foil 8-2, Epee 9-0); Penn State 23, Lawrence 4 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 7-2, Epee 8-1); Incarnate Word 16, Lawrence 11 (Sabre 5-4, Foil 4-5, Epee 6-3).

 

The Week Ahead: January 30-February 5

APPLETON, Wis. — It’s getting to be crunch time for the winter sports team as Lawrence University men’s and women’s basketball and hockey are closing in on the end of the regular season. Both the men’s basketball squad and the hockey team are fighting for postseason berths in their respective conferences.

The first of the spring sports also gets its season going as men’s tennis opens with a match at MSOE on Sunday.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (2-15, 0-12 MWC)

Opponent: Lawrence at Cornell (13-4, 11-1 MWC)

When and Where: Tuesday, Jan. 31, 5:30 p.m., Small Multi-Sport Center, Mount Vernon, Iowa.

Webcast: Lawrence at Cornell

The Series: Cornell has a slim 8-7 advantage over the Vikings in a series that was first played in the 1988-89 season. The Rams have a seven-game win streak in the rivalry.

Opponent: Lawrence vs. Beloit (4-13, 2-10 MWC)

When and Where: Saturday, Feb. 4, 1 p.m., Alexander Gymnasium.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. Beloit

The Series: In a series that started in the 1977-78 season, Beloit holds a 37-28 advantage. The Bucs have won the last 17 meetings.

Fast Fact: Junior guard Olivia Hoesley scored a career-high 20 points vs. Grinnell this past Saturday. She topped her previous high of 19, set in Lawrence’s victory over Marian early in the season.

MEN’S BASKETBALL (7-9, 7-5 MWC)

Opponent: Lawrence at Cornell (6-11, 4-8 MWC)

When and Where: Tuesday, Jan. 31, 7:30 p.m., Small Multi-Sport Center, Mount Vernon, Iowa.

Webcast: Lawrence at Cornell

The Series: Cornell holds a 61-30 edge over the Vikings in a series that began in 1924. Lawrence is 4-3 against the Rams since Cornell rejoined the Midwest Conference in 2012.

Opponent: Lawrence vs. Beloit (5-12, 3-9 MWC)

When and Where: Saturday, Feb. 4, 3 p.m., Alexander Gymnasium.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. Beloit

The Series: In a series that goes all the way back to 1911, Beloit holds a 101-75 advantage. The Vikings have dominated the series over the past 15 seasons. Lawrence has won 24 of the last 28 meetings with the Bucs.

Fast Fact: Lawrence slipped to fifth place in the Midwest Conference standings with two losses last week. The Vikings are a game out of being tied for third place with Grinnell and Lake Forest. Grinnell holds the tiebreaker with the Vikings, and Lawrence has one game left with Lake Forest.

HOCKEY (5-12-2, 4-8-2 NCHA)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. MSOE (8-7-4, 5-6-3 NCHA)

When and Where: Thursday, Feb. 1, 7 p.m., at the Appleton Family Ice Center, and Friday, Feb. 2, 7 p.m. at the Kern Center, Milwaukee, Wis.

Webcast: Thursday: Lawrence vs. MSOE Friday: Lawrence at MSOE

The Series: In a series that started in the 1992-93 season, MSOE holds a 49-21-3 advantage. The Vikings are 2-0-1 in the last three meetings with MSOE.

Fast Fact: Lawrence rookie goaltender Evan Cline has a shot at a pair of school season records. Cline has a .934 save percentage and 2.35 goals against average with six games left in the regular season. The record for save percentage is .924 by Peter Emery in 2011-12, and the GAA mark of 2.11 was set by Evan Johnson in 2008-09.

FENCING

Event: Northwestern Duals (at Notre Dame)

When and Where: Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4-5, all day, Castellan Family Fencing Center, Notre Dame, Ind.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Lawrence women went 3-2 at the DiCicco Duals last weekend, and the men posted a 2-2 mark. Allison Kim and Natalie Hagopian both went 11-4 to pace the women, and Jakub Nowak posted an 8-4 mark to lead the men.

MEN’S TENNIS

Opponent: Lawrence at MSOE

When and Where: Sunday, Feb. 5, noon, Elite Sports Club River Glen, Milwaukee, Wis.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Vikings open the season with at least four new faces in the starting lineup as Brian DeCorte, Adam Busch, Ethan Perushek and Mitch Kasprzyk were all lost to graduation. Lawrence was picked to finish fifth in the Midwest Conference in the preseason coaches poll.

Vikings pick up five wins at DiCicco Duals

NOTRE DAME, Ind. — The Lawrence University fencing teams picked up five victories this weekend at the DiCicco Duals at the University of Notre Dame.

The Lawrence women posted a 3-2 mark, and the Lawrence men went 2-2.

The women defeated Wayne State 16-11, topped Detroit Mercy 21-3 and downed Florida 17-10. Lawrence fell to Notre Dame 24-3 and lost 23-4 to Northwestern.

Lawrence dominated Detroit Mercy, including a 9-0 sweep in epee. It was the foil contingent that delivered against Wayne State by winning eight matches while dropping just one.

On the men’s side, Lawrence defeated Wayne State 16-11 and topped Florida 18-9. The Vikings fell 15-12 to Detroit Mercy and dropped a 25-2 decision to Notre Dame.

The foil and epee contingent both posted 6-3 margins to deliver the win against Wayne State, and it was foil who led the way against Florida by winning eight of nine matches.

 

DiCicco Duals, at University of Notre Dame

Men

Notre Dame 25, Lawrence 2 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 9-0, Epee 8-1)

Lawrence 18, Florida 9 (Sabre 4-5, Foil 8-1, Epee 6-3)

Lawrence 16, Wayne State 11 (Sabre 4-5, Foil 6-3, Epee 6-3)

Detroit Mercy 15, Lawrence 12 (Sabre 7-2, Foil 4-5, Epee 4-5)

Women

Notre Dame 24, Lawrence 3 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 8-1, Epee 8-1)

Lawrence 17, Florida 10 (Sabre 6-3, Foil 6-3, Epee 5-4)

Lawrence 16, Wayne State 11 (Sabre 4-5, Foil 8-1, Epee 4-5)

Lawrence 21, Detroit Mercy 3 (Sabre 5-1, Foil 7-2, Epee 9-0)

Northwestern 23, Lawrence 4 (Sabre 7-2, Foil 8-1, Epee 8-1)

The Week Ahead: January 23-29

APPLETON, Wis. — The Lawrence University men’s basketball team faces a difficult week with tough home and road games. Lawrence takes on No. 7 St. Norbert College in a home game on Wednesday, and the Vikings travel to Grinnell College for a stiff road test on Saturday.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (2-13, 0-10 MWC)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. St. Norbert (11-4, 8-2 MWC)

When and Where: Wednesday, Jan. 25, 5:30 p.m., Alexander Gymnasium.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. St. Norbert

The Series: St. Norbert holds a 71-13 advantage in a series that dates to 1975-76, the first season of Lawrence basketball.

Opponent: Lawrence at Grinnell (8-7, 6-4 MWC)

When and Where: Saturday, Jan. 28, 1 p.m., Darby Gymnasium, Grinnell, Iowa.

Webcast: Lawrence at Grinnell

The Series: In a series that started in the 1989-90 season, Grinnell holds a 19-17 lead over the Vikings.

Fast Fact: Rookie Shonell Benjamin picked up her sixth double-digit rebound game of the season when she grabbed 11 boards at Beloit this past Saturday. Benjamin leads the team and ranks third in the league in rebounding at 7.5 per game.

MEN’S BASKETBALL (7-7, 7-3 MWC)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. No. 7 St. Norbert (12-3, 9-1 MWC)

When and Where: Wednesday, Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m., Alexander Gymnasium.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. St. Norbert

The Series: St. Norbert holds a 58-46 lead in a series that started in 1918. The Green Knights have won the last 15 meetings.

Opponent: Lawrence at Grinnell (9-6, 6-4 MWC)

When and Where: Saturday, Jan. 28, 3 p.m., Darby Gymnasium, Grinnell, Iowa.

Webcast: Lawrence at Grinnell

The Series: In a series that started in 1940, Grinnell holds a 53-50 advantage over the Vikings. Lawrence holds an 18-16 edge in games vs. Grinnell’s “system.”

Fast Fact: Lawrence is in what is shaping up to be a dogfight for a berth in the four-team Midwest Conference Tournament. The Vikings are tied for third place with Lake Forest with a 7-3 league record. The Vikings have a tough schedule from this point as they face Ripon twice, St. Norbert once and have to travel to both Grinnell and Lake Forest.

HOCKEY (5-10-2, 4-6-2 NCHA)

Opponent: Lawrence vs. No. 7 Adrian (12-5-2, 11-3-0 NCHA)

When and Where: Friday, Jan. 27, 7 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 28, 4 p.m., Appleton Family Ice Center.

Webcast: Lawrence vs. Adrian

The Series: Adrian has an 18-0-3 lead in a series that started in the 2007-08 season. The Bulldogs currently have a five-game winning streak in the series.

Fast Fact: Lawrence sophomore goaltender Greg Procopio was outstanding in his return to the net this past weekend. Procopio, who hadn’t played since being injured on Nov. 4, stopped 32 of 34 shots on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough as the Vikings lost 2-1 to the Saints.

SWIMMING

Event: Wisconsin Private College Championships

When and Where: Saturday, Jan. 28, noon, Koenitzer Aquatic Center, Carthage College, Kenosha, Wis.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Wisconsin Private College Championships is the last tuneup for the Vikings before Lawrence heads to the Midwest Conference Championships in mid-February. After Saturday, Lawrence does not compete again until the MWC meet at Grinnell on Feb. 17-19.

FENCING

Event: DiCicco Duals at Notre Dame

When and Where: Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28-29, all day, Castellan Family Fencing Center, Notre Dame, Ind.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: The Vikings are returning to action for the first time since competing in the Badger Open on Nov. 5.

Lawrence fencers open season with strong performances

MADISON, Wis. — The Lawrence University fencing teams opened the season with a strong performance at Saturday’s Badger Open at the University of Wisconsin.

The Lawrence women went 4-0 against fencing clubs from Big Ten institutions. Lawrence defeated Wisconsin 10-8, and the Vikings cruised to a 20-7 win over Minnesota, topped Iowa 16-2 and defeated Illinois 19-8.

Allison Kim and Natalie Hagopian were both unbeaten on the day. Kim went 12-0 in sabre, and Hagopian was 9-0 in foil. Annabelle Tsai and Lauren Phillips both went 8-1 in epee, and Carson Becker posted a 5-1 mark.

The Lawrence men went 4-1 on the day as the Vikings won a pair of tight duals. Lawrence edged Wisconsin 14-13 and topped Illinois 15-12. Lawrence also routed Iowa 25-2 and Minnesota 24-3. Northwestern stopped the Vikings 12-6.

Top records on the day went to Joe Davis, who went 13-2 in sabre, and Jakub Nowak, who was 10-2 in epee. Nathan Schlesinger was tops in foil with a 12-3. mark.

Team Scores

Men

Lawrence 14, Wisconsin 13 (Sabre 3-6, Foil 5-4, Epee 6-3); Lawrence 15, Illinois 12 (Sabre 4-5, Foil 5-4, Epee 6-3); Lawrence 25, Iowa 2 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 9-0, Epee 8-1); Lawrence 24, Minnesota 3 (Sabre 9-0, Foil 8-1, Epee 7-2); Northwestern 12, Larwence 6 (Sabre 7-2, Foil 5-4).

Women

Lawrence 10, Wisconsin 8 (Sabre 6-3, Foil 4-5); Lawrence 20, Minnesota 7 (Sabre 8-1, Foil 6-3, Epee 6-3); Lawrence 16, Iowa 2 (Sabre 8-1, Epee 8-1); Lawrence 19, Illinois 8 (Sabre 6-3, Foil 5-4, Epee 8-1).

The Week Ahead: October 31-November 6

APPLETON, Wis. — The Lawrence University volleyball team gears up for the Midwest Conference Tournament this week, and hockey looks to win the Battle of Highway 41 trophy in a busy week for the Vikings.

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Opponent: Lawrence vs. Marian (0-2-0, 0-2-0 NCHA)

When and Where: Friday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m., Blue Line Ice Center, Fond du Lac, Wis., and Saturday, Nov. 5, 7 p.m., Appleton Family Ice Center.

Webcast: Lawrence at Marian (Friday); Marian at Lawrence (Saturday)

Series: Marian holds a 52-16-6 lead in the series, which started in the 1992-93 season. Lawrence has fared better against the Sabres in the last three seasons with a 2-4-0 mark.

Fast Fact: Lawrence took No. 1 UW-Stevens Point to overtime before falling 3-2 this past Saturday. The Vikings’ win over No. 2 St. Norbert in the 2013-14 season remains the highest-ranked opponent the Vikings have defeated. The Vikings are playing for the Battle of Highway 41 trophy this weekend with the Sabres. Marian has a 6-1 edge in the series and currently has possession of the trophy after winning in a shootout after the teams split the games in 2015-16.

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Opponent: Lawrence at Midwest Conference Tournament

When and Where: Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4-5, Small Center, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Semifinals Friday, Lawrence at Cornell (21-6), 7 p.m., St. Norbert (14-14) vs. Grinnell (14-10), 4:30 p.m. Championship Saturday, 1 p.m.

Webcast: Midwest Conference Tournament

Series: Cornell holds a 5-2 edge in a series that started during the 2000 season.

Fast Fact: This is Lawrence’s first trip to the Midwest Conference Tournament since it went to its current four-team format for the 2008 season. The Vikings finished in a tie for fourth place in the standings but won a tiebreaker with Ripon to knock the Red Hawks out. An automatic berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament goes to the tournament winner this weekend.

FENCING

Opponent: Lawrence at Badger Open

When and Where: Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m., UW Natatorium, Madison, Wis.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: This is the season opener for the Lawrence fencing team, and it’s the debut for new head coach Michael Hall. Hall was hired as the team’s full-time head coach recently and replaces Steve Amich, who had served as the team’s coach for most of the past two decades.

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Opponent: Lawrence at Knox (1-7, 1-5 MWC)

When and Where: Saturday, Nov. 5, 1 p.m., The Knox Bowl, Galesburg, Ill.

Webcast: Lawrence at Knox

Series: In a series that goes back to 1935, Lawrence holds a 36-23-2 advantage over the Prairie Fire. The Vikings hold an 8-5 edge in the series since the 2003 season, but Knox has won the last two meetings. Lawrence has scored more than 60 points twice against Knox. The Vikings posted a school-record 67 points against Knox back in 1981 and scored 62 at Knox in 2011 in a game that featured a Lawrence record 573 passing yards.

Fast Fact: Lawrence put up some big numbers against Grinnell this past Saturday as the Vikings rolled up 622 yards on offense, just 47 shy of the school record of 669. Lawrence also had 442 rushing yards, just 46 yards away from the record of 488. Rookie quarterback Philip Santiago and rookie running back Wasonu Allen both went over 100 rushing yards. Allen had a team-high 146 on just eight carries, and Santiago had 140 on six attempts. Three of Santiago’s seven pass completions went for touchdowns.

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Event: Lawrence vs. Beloit

When and Where: Saturday, Nov. 5, 1 p.m., Boldt Natatorium.

Webcast: None.

Fast Fact: Lawrence split its first dual meet of the season this past weekend against Ripon. The Lawrence women rolled to an impressive victory, and the Viking men were edged by the Red Hawks. Danielle Millin led the Vikings by winning a pair of events and swimming on a winning relay.