The Dean's List
• The Dean's List Team of the Week pays a visit to the Hamilton College women's lacrosse team, which captured the Division-III lax championship for the school's first national team title ever. The Continentals beat Franklin & Marshall 13-6 on Sunday for the win, avenging Hamilton's only loss all season (a 14-13 defeat that ended the team's 19-game win streak). As a charter member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference, Hamilton has only been participating in NCAA "team" tournaments for 15 years, but no matter how long it took them, the first is always special.
• What's more important: safe sex or integrity? The Dean's List tends to lean towards safe sex since lack of integrity rarely leads to an STD or hefty child support payments. Accordingly, we're going to put Purdue safety
• It's a scientifically proven fact: 20-year-olds are prone to poor judgment. (Otherwise there wouldn't be a Dean's List.) Take, for example, Murray State quarterback
• Former Kansas forward Darrell Arthur stinks at math, or so they say. He's been accused of failing multiple math classes in high school. Normally, that's a pretty big deal, but at South Oak Cliff High in Dallas it's not really a problem. If you're a basketball star, just have your principal and basketball coach change your grade as Arthur (allegedly) did after failing algebra his freshman year. Somehow Arthur went from failing to a 70 by the end of the term.
• Included in the long list of things that D-I football recruits should avoid at all costs is dealing drugs. Apparently, that memo didn't reach