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Soccer streak ends in Arkansas

The second-longest unbeaten streak (12 games) for the Bradley soccer team finally came to an end. Last Saturday, the Braves (5-1-2) lost their first match of the season, 3-0, to the 2017 reigning Missouri Valley Conference champions, the University of Central Arkansas (3-3-1). The match…

Golf fifth at SIU

The Bradley men’s golf team took fifth place out of 17 teams at SIU Edwardsville’s Derek Dolenc Invitational on Tuesday in Madison, Illinois. Senior Drake Bushong led the Braves with an even par 213 performance to tie for seventh place. Junior Charles Jahn and senior…

One-on-one: Who will grab the second NL wildcard?

Colorado Rockies – Eric Gray  The Colorado Rockies will get the chance to avenge last year’s wild card loss, and I believe they have the talent to do it. The powerful bats and ace pitching staff in the Rockies organization will become important during the…

Tennis tough in home debut

The Bradley tennis team hosted the Bradley Invitational at the Markin Tennis Courts. While the courts were hopping, the ball bounced the right way for the Braves. Teams from Bradley, Cincinnati, DePaul, Northern Illinois, Saint Louis and Western Illinois battled on the courts for three…

Won’t Bak down

If you’re looking for a playmaker, or what many people know as “No. 10,” then Frank Bak is your man. As a senior on the Bradley soccer team, Bak is the epitome of what it means to be a Brave. He’s a leader and a…

Meltdowns in Sports: A Nuclear or Casual Occurrence?

You get angry. You scream at your homework assignment. You tell it things you would never want your mother to even suspect you said. Some of us jump on and kick the paper like we were a part of a scene from “The Sopranos.” It’s…

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