Paige Hewitt, St. Peter. The 5-9 senior helped St. Peter (1-3, 1-0) to its first win of the season with a straight-set victory over Blue Earth on Aug. 27 with 56 assists and four service aces. Mia Schnaible, Marshall. Schnaible has helped Marshall (4-0, 0-0) to a perfect start this season. In the No. 3-2A Tigers' first three contests, she combined for 83 digs in a 3-2 win over Willmar on Aug. 22, a 3-0 sweep of Mankato West two days later, and a three-set win against Hutchinson on Aug. 27. Cas

Hamline Piper M.I.A - The Oracle (Hamline University Newspaper)

Students active on campus may notice a famous face missing from events. The Hamline Piper, once a Hamline pride staple, has not been seen at any games, and the athletic department has been quite secretive about his whereabouts. Hamline’s mascot, the Piper, represents courage, determination and innate drive to take the lead. The Piper, a folktale hero, led the way, helping to remove the rats from the city of Hamlin. Like the Piper of the past, Hamline students are fearless leaders, driven by pur

Gusties can not spoil homecoming - The Oracle (Hamline University Newspaper)

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like. Close Homecoming this year is the week before bye week, the perfect time to call everyone together to celebrate on Klas Field before a well deserved break for the football team. On Saturday Oct. 13, the Pipers ended up trailing the Gustavus Adolphus Gusties 14-42. With over 1,600 people in attendance the Pipers managed to keep their spirits up and made some big plays that afternoon. Much of Saturday’s success came vi