Lawrence University hosts the four-team Midwest Conference baseball tournament this weekend. They took the regular season crown thanks in part to a group of talented seniors.
Karina Herrera, who co-captained the Lawrence women's basketball team with Kenya Earl, writes about Earl's record-setting career and why the school's all-time scoring leader is so respected.
Brad Sendell found a home at Lawrence after transferring. He then took a year off during the pandemic. Now he's just 11 points away from breaking Lawrence’s men’s career scoring record.
Kenya Earl’s latest achievement was breaking the career scoring record in Lawrence’s 66-48 win on Jan. 15. She now stands at 1,489 points. It's a journey that almost never happened.
Casey Korn, Lawrence University's new men's basketball coach, discusses where he hopes to take the team as new season begins.
Lawrence University closed out October with a sensational weekend courtesy of its men’s and women’s cross country teams and its men’s and women’s soccer teams.
A photo essay featuring Lawrence University's student athletes.
Student-to-student advice on how to balance sports, academics, and social life at Lawrence.
Lawrence University debuted a new athletics logo that will gradually replace the Viking head that has been a fixture on the school’s uniforms and apparel for more than 50 years.
Lawrence University's first women's hockey team opens its inaugural season on Feb. 13 against the College of St. Scholastica at the Appleton Family Ice Center.
Lawrence University launches women's hockey program, the 22nd varsity sports program at Lawrence.
New head football coach Tony Aker plans to re-energize the Lawrence football program.
New football coach Tony Aker hired for start of 2020 season. Aker is Lawrence's 29th football coach, and he is excited to begin.
Lawrence University announces NCAA women's hockey to make debut in 2020-21. NCHA is excited to expand women's sports.
Until March 2004, Lawrence had never won an NCAA tournament game. Ever. It hadn’t happened in 101 years. In one glorious spring, March Madness arrived.