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Oh, how sweet it still is

They all remember it in their own ways. As analysts and sports networks remember each game and busted bracket, a decade later the 2005-2006 Bradley men’s basketball team is immortalized in March Madness lore. However, in the eyes of the players, the run to the…

Men’s golf triumphs in Normal, women prep for home invite

Teeing off for the I-74 challenge on Weibring Golf Club in Normal, Illinois, the Bradley men’s golf team got an early taste of an Missouri Valley Conference opponent. While senior Lyle Burns and freshman Drake Bushong tied for medalist honors during the challenge, this invite…

Wardle grants release to three Braves

Three men’s basketball players will take their leave from the Hilltop, according to Bradley athletics. Freshmen Scottie James, Joel Okafor and Davante Cooper will all be playing for different schools next year, as they were granted their releases by head coach Brian Wardle on Friday.…

Women’s basketball’s season ends with loss to UNI

Trailing by one point to Northern Iowa with 20 seconds left, the Bradley women’s basketball team had a chance to upset the No. 1 seeded Panthers. But, a block from UNI in the waning seconds saved the game for the Panthers, who ended the Braves’…

Braves oust Shockers in MVC Tournament

By beating Wichita State 56-51 in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, the Braves not only snapped the Shockers’ nine-game conference tournament winning streak, but they also won their first MVC tournament game in four years. By playing a defensive game, the Braves and head coach…

Softball gets smacked at Unconquered Invitational

Just as the Bradley softball team gained some footing in the Phyllis Memorial Invitational two weeks ago, it was all for naught as the Unconquered Invitational conquered the Braves last weekend. Marking up only one win during the entire weekend against the University of Alabama-Birmingham…

Braves drop final regular season game 77-58

The Braves had a bad sense of déjà vu in Terre Haute Saturday. An undermanned Bradley men’s basketball team couldn’t overcome a slow start in the first half and foul trouble in the second in a 77-58 loss to Indiana State on the last game…

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