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Articles by Sydney Chipman

Sydney Chipman

Sydney Chipman is a Chimes guest writer for the 2012-13 school year.

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Men’s soccer falls to Hope in shootout after double overtime in MIAA tourney final

The Calvin men’s soccer team fell in a nail-biting shootout at their home field in the MIAA tournament final game agai...

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Serving problems cost volleyball first loss of season against Hope

The No. 1 ranked Calvin Knights suffered their first loss of the season, falling to second-ranked Hope College Friday ni...

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Men’s soccer upsets No. 8 Hope for first win of season

The Calvin men swept the field against rival Hope College Tuesday afternoon at their home field, taking the 5-1 victory ...

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Men’s golf places fifth at conference tourney

The Calvin men’s golf team started their season off strong, earning a fifth-place ranking overall at the opening MIAA ...

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Sophomore sets Calvin stolen base record, baseball wins five of six

The Knights baseball team had a successful week on the field last week, going 5-1 and improving their overall record to ...

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Baseball team’s bats go cold in rain and snow

Calvin’s baseball team struggled this week as they battled harsh weather and tough teams. Calvin started their week wi...

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Men’s tennis leading conference

The Calvin men’s tennis team improved their record from 9-2 to 11-3 after playing in three matches this week. The Calv...

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Calvin sweeps Kalamazoo, has won 6 of last 7

After splitting with Trine Tuesday afternoon, Calvin’s baseball team turned around and jumped back into the swing of t...

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Women’s lacrosse falls to Adrian

Despite coming off such a big win last Thursday against Loras College, Calvin’s women’s lacrosse team was unable to ...

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Hot Seat: Grant VanPutten

Sydney Chipman sat down with sophomore baseball player Grant VanPutten, an outfielder who started in 33 games last seaso...