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1996 Rebel Track Team T R A C K I ' " Right: This Rebel sprints to stay ahead of runners from both Kentucky and Mississippi State in the NCAA champoiiiships. I,y l,...eph KryAi, 306 Sports Hbk
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1996 OLE MISS LACROSSE TEAM Team Members Kirby May Chip Brown Jimmy Haygood Jason Young Jeff Nichols Chris Reeves Duncan Galbraith Jim Foley Jim Devoto Bayard Morgan Ted Leeman Charles Davidson Patrick Fuller Justin lougram Stuart Brown Andy Hunt Andy Sutphin Duncan Moore Richard Brendel Ryan McCarty Carl Schultiehz Casey Geen T)mmy Gardner Bill Roberts Caleb Kratz Philip Wentworth Jeremy Thompson Chris Haile Chad WlUiainson Chris McCrockin Mark Daniel Jason Clark Edmund Chinchav Joe S lager Andy Strickland Craig Willis Story by Bill Bunting Lacrosse has finally arrived in Oxford, Mississippi. After a late start in the spring of 1995, the Ole Miss lacrosse team has official- ly joined the Southeastern Lacrosse Conference in the fall of 1996. The Southeastern lacrosse Conference consists mainly of teams from this region. These teams include Emory, the Citadel, Mercer, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Auburn, Alabama, Georgia Tech, Georgia, South Carolina and Georgia Southern. Last year, Ole Miss participated as a probationary mem- ber. The team hopes to be better than last year. After only losing two players, through recruiting, the team gained thirty players. The team plans to play games in the Mardi Gras tournament in new Orleans, as well as four home games and five away games. L O S s E Sports 305
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I !• 1 1996 Cross Country Story by Bill Bunting This year, the Ole Miss Track and Cross Country teams look to have an exciting year ahead of them. They will be hosting two track and field meets here at Ole Miss in the spring semester. The Cross Country team has already played host to the 1996 Southeastern Conference Cross Country Championship. The championship meet was held at the University Golf Course on the weekend of November 2, 1996. The Ole Miss womens ' team competed first and came out strong with a good showing, the best of any Lady Rebel ever on the Cross Country Team. They were followed closely by the men. The men also competed well. Ole Miss came out strong with our first runner coming in at the seventh position. Ole Miss continued to have a strong showing at the meet with an overall finish of fifth place out of ten teams. South Carolina and Mississippi State did not compete in the tourna- ment for the mens ' division. Both teams have repre- sented us well this year and are expected to do well on into the next semester and in future years as they compete with some of the nations best cross country and track teams in the nation. Congratulations and good luck to both Rebel Teams. % n lt!l Above: Angel Neely makes cross-country running look easy as she races toward the finish. Right: Angie Clay strides to the end of the 400 meter race c R O s s c o u N T R Y b ' Sports Information Sports 307
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