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A Capella Tonight in Olin: The Cardinal Sinners & The Ford S-Chords (from Haverford)

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Lauren Seo ’14 writes in:

“Need a pre-fall break break from all your midterms or an excuse not to think about how awful life will be when we return??

We’ve got visitors!!! The Ford S-Chords from Haverford! And they look cute and they’ll be staying the night so come scope em out…

We also have some new group members and some new sounds so come to hear that as well!!! We’ve added a little choral to our sass and we think you’ll like it.

Come to OLIN LOBBY, THIS SATURDAY at 7PM for a quickie before you drink your sorrows/ drown them in your textbooks… Lets face it you might be in there anyway.

Date: Today, Saturday, October 12
Time: 7-8:00 p.m.
Location: Olin Lobby
Cost: Free!

Men’s Varsity Soccer Advances to NCAA DIII Championship

In a wonderful twist of  fate, the Men’s Varsity Soccer team has received a bid to the NCAA DIII Championship. Although the team lost to Amherst College 1-0 this past weekend in the NESCAC Semifinals in Wiliamstown, their performance this year has been enough to rocket them into the national competition. Amherst (15-0-2) took the NESCAC Championship this year, beating Williams (13-1-3) in the final game 2-0. Both teams will be going to the NCAA DIII Championships as well as Tufts—making for a strong NESCAC representation.

The  first game will be against Haverford College (12-0-7), winner of the Centennial Conference, on Nov. 10th at Arcadia University in Glenside, PA.

The opportunity came as a real surprise to the team. Whether the team would snag the bid was completely up in the air, but in the end the judges deemed them worthy of a spot. Coach Geoff Wheeler told Wesleyan’s sports broadcasting service, WesPregame, that the team won the chance because of schedule strength. Although the Cardinals’ record is 9-4-3 (less impressive than, say, Williams’ record of 13-1-3), their ties and losses were against highly ranked teams, something the powers-that-be took into consideration when determining the NCAA’s Pool C.