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Winning big, but it’s not pretty for both teams

Bradley’s 61-54 win was the lowest scoring output for the Braves this season since the 55-37 loss against Missouri State on Jan. 26. The Braves have sped up their offense to score above 60 every game since then. Coincidently, this was also Loyola’s lowest-scoring game…

Boylston or Broadway?

Last week, Assistant Sports Editor Ronan Khalsa spewed his heart and soul to you in a column on how much he loves New England sports, and why they were unequivocally the best sports region ever. The Vermont native mentioned the recent dominance of New England…

Two double-doubles carry Braves to commanding victory

Two days after a thrilling comeback win over Indiana State, the Bradley women’s basketball team beat Evansville 81-63 for its seventh win of the conference season Sunday at Renaissance Coliseum. Feb. 10 is the fastest the Braves have reached seven wins in the conference since…

Track shines in big weekend

Last weekend, the men and women’s track teams competed separately twice two indoor meets in school history at Iowa State University and Grand Valley State University. The team posted a total of 11 top-10 times over the weekend. At Iowa State, senior Michael Ward broke…

Season Preview: Baseball polled fourth in competitive MVC

Returning much of its talent from last season’s 32-win squad, Bradley baseball is primed for the 2019 campaign and looks to improve on the 11-10 conference record from last season. The Braves are tabbed fourth out of eight in the Missouri Valley Conference preseason coaches…

Softball kicks off season in Arizona

The Bradley softball team kicked off the 2019 season last weekend, playing five games as part of the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Arizona. The Braves finished with a 1-4 record, picking up its lone victory over Seattle via a walk-off three run error on Friday…

One-on-One: What two teams will meet in the NBA Finals?

The Bucks By Hernan Gutierrez Ever since LeBron James joined the Lakers in July, basketball fans from Portland to Brooklyn have been speculating who will win the Eastern Conference. The last time an Eastern team without LeBron James represented the conference in the Finals was…

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