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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…

Track weathers the storm

The Bradley men’s and women’s track teams split up last weekend as several athletes travelled to compete in the Stanford Invitational and the San Francisco State Distance Carnival in California. The rest of the team competed at the Eastern Illinois Big Blue Classic. The athletes…

Track wins titles in outdoor opener

The Bradley men’s and women’s track teams kicked off the outdoor season with three individual titles and many other top finishes at the Bill Cornell Spring Classic at Southern Illinois. The Bradley men took home two titles, the first coming from redshirt freshman Alec Hartman…

Scout basketball awards

With the basketball season over for both Bradley teams, the Scout Sports Staff has decided to announce the award winners for the 2017-2018 season. MBB Best Newcomer – Elijah Childs Freshman forward Elijah Childs’ role grew throughout the season and now he’s an essential part…

Pair of JUCO transfers pitch their way to Peoria

The path for many college baseball players is not the traditional route that other student athletes take. For example, ten of the 31 players on the Bradley baseball team played for junior college teams before coming to Bradley. This comes from Division I baseball being…

Braves sent packing by Loyola

The Bradley men’s basketball team’s season came to an end Saturday after a 62-54 loss to the Loyola Ramblers. The Braves came out of the gate hot, jumping to an early 7-2 lead, but as the first half progressed, they cooled off and struggled to…

Basketball wins thriller in St. Louis

The Bradley men’s basketball team lived to fight another day as they defeated Drake 63-61 Friday in St. Louis. The Braves advance to the semifinals of Arch Madness for the first time since 2010. Bradley started slow against the Bulldogs, allowing them to start with…

Women’s basketball falls short at home

The Bradley women’s basketball team closed out their final weekend home stand of the season with a win and a loss. The Braves started the weekend with a dominating Friday win over Evansville, but faltered Sunday against Indiana State. On Friday, Bradley started slow against…

Tennis hosts in-state rivals

The Bradley tennis team entered last weekend at 2-2 and exited with one win and one loss. They hosted 1-1 Western Illinois and 2-6 Eastern Illinois last Saturday in Peoria. The Braves started the day off strong by earning the doubles point against Western Illinois…

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