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Tennis sweeps Valparaiso

The Bradley tennis team ended the regular season in a dominant fashion on Sunday, defeating the Valparaiso Crusaders 7-0 at the Markin Tennis courts, completing its first full sweep of the season. Freshman Sandra Maletin and sophomore Natalia Barbery led the way by winning their…

Tennis wins first conference match

Bradley tennis split a pair of weekend matches in Iowa this week, defeating the University of Northern Iowa 4-3 on Saturday and losing 6-1 on Sunday to Drake. Freshman Victoria Gonzalez was the only Bradley player to win both matches, winning twice in the five…

In the rough

One of sports’ greatest spring traditions took place this past weekend in Augusta, Georgia, where the Masters brought together the best golfers in the world. The drama on Sunday got intense as Georgia native Patrick Reed held off spirited charges from Rickie Fowler and Jordan…

One-on-one: Who will win the Masters?

Justin Rose BY COLE BREDAHL Every year, the Masters brings a lot of excitement to the golf world, and this year is no exception. The anticipation for the tournament this year has been centered on the return of Tiger Woods in his first Masters since…

One-on-one: Best MLB Free Agent Signing

Eric Hosmer BY BEAU WOODCOCK The San Diego Padres’ signing of Eric Hosmer sent shockwaves through the MLB and locked up the Padres’ long-term future. This is why the signing is the best move made by any team in the offseason. The eight-year, $144 million…

One-on-one: Who will win March Madness?

Loyola-Chicago BY JACK SIMZYK It’s not a powerhouse big name pick, but it’s certainly a trendy pick if you’re into Cinderella teams and feel-good stories. My pick to win the NCAA men’s basketball championship is the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers. This year’s March Madness has already been…

Softball struggles against top teams

The Bradley softball team competed in the Citrus Classic in Kissimmee, Florida, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex this past weekend. They finished the weekend with a 1-4 record, losing three of their games to ranked competition. Their lone win was a 4-0…

One-on-one: Who should the browns draft?

Saquon Barkley BY NATHAN NUNEZ Cleveland Browns’ head coach Hugh Jackson will be entering his third year with a 1-31 record. With three first-round draft picks in 2017 and two selections in the second round, Jackson will have plenty of highly-ranked prospects to work with…

Bradley track teams compete in weekend meets

Bradley men’s and women’s track and field competed at the Grand Valley State University Big Meet on Friday and at the Iowa State Classic on Friday and Saturday. Junior David Shadid excelled at the Iowa State Classic on Saturday, breaking his own school record in…

One-on-one: Are the Olympics better without NHL players?

Of course BY BEAU WOODCOCK Off-staff reporter The NHL’s decision to forbid its players from attending the Olympics was met with a lot of disdain from global hockey fans. However, the move will most likely end up working out better than initially thought, both for…

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