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One-on-One: Will Tiger Woods win another major?

Tiger’s Toast! BY JOSH NELSON There was a time when Tiger Woods was favored to win every major. Now, you’re lucky to see him play in a tournament. Woods, who was arguably the most dominant golfer to ever hit the links, has become a shell…

Women power past Bears

The Bradley women’s basketball team had a rough start to their weekend road trip. Bradley dropped their first game of the weekend on Friday night at Wichita State, 65-54. Junior Anneke Schlueter poured in 22 points and sophomore Vanessa Markert added 13 off the bench,…

One-on-One: Who should be the 4th CFP team?

Penn State By Nick Konow The Penn State Nittany Lions, who are currently 10-2 and the 7th-ranked team in the country, will be the last team in the College Football Playoff when the final standings are released on Sunday. The team should take on the…

Women split week’s games in decisive fashion

The Bradley women’s basketball team did something this past week it hasn’t done since 1996 – the team scored 100 points in a game that ended in regulation time. The Braves beat Eureka Sunday afternoon, 103-59 in a game where Bradley outscored the Red Devils…

Women’s basketball drops first two games of season

The Bradley women’s basketball team started off the season on the wrong foot. The Braves dropped the first two games of their regular season at Kent State Friday and at Butler Sunday. The Kent State game featured a one-sided affair that saw the Braves fall…

Nostalgic Nelson: Enjoy college while you can

I know, it’s cliché to live for the whole “never take anything for granted” phrase. I’ve heard it from my parents hundreds of times, and I usually just turn the other cheek. “You have an A in that class? Don’t take it for granted and…

Women open season tonight

The 2016-2017 Bradley women’s basketball season tipped off this weekend as the Braves won their only exhibition game on the schedule over the University of Missouri-St. Louis, 62-45. For Bradley, it was Andrea Gorski’s debut as the head coach for the Braves, and it started…

New coach and alum Gorski to lead women’s basketball

One of Bradley’s most successful women’s basketball players is back on the Hilltop. 1996 Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame inductee, Andrea Gorski was hired in April to take over the reigns of the women’s basketball team at her alma mater where she should feel right…

Volleyball likely to miss conference tournament

The Bradley women’s volleyball team is staring elimination in the face. After two losses this weekend at Evansville and Southern Illinois, it now find itself with a five-match deficit for the six seed in the Missouri Valley Conference standings. In order for the Braves to…

Livaudais’ quiet leadership

Jamie Livaudais has made her mark on the Bradley volleyball team during her time in Peoria. The 6’1” junior from Fenton, Missouri, has been one of the Braves’ best outside hitters, accumulating 573 kills throughout her career. At a young age, Livaudais began to play…

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