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Slapshots to 7-irons: Roy Radke enjoying new life on the links

From the Chicago Blackhawks to the Bradley Braves, it’s been quite the journey for Bradley men’s golf team member Roy Radke. Before arriving on the Hilltop, the 23-year-old Geneva native was a fifth-round draft pick of the Blackhawks in 2015, spending three years with the…

Column: NASCAR speeds toward progress but work still remains

I still remember where I was and how I felt when it was reported that the noose found in Bubba Wallace’s garage stall at Talladega was not the result of a hate crime.  It was two days after an apparent noose – later determined to…

One-on-one: Way too early Super Bowl picks

Baltimore Ravens – By Mason Klemm The Baltimore Ravens look the most poised to win Super Bowl LV right now. The Ravens finished 14-2 last season before losing in the AFC Divisional round to the Tennessee Titans. This year, they return 10 starters on an…

Jim DeRose celebrates silver anniversary

Few coaches have had such a profound impact on their programs as Bradley soccer head coach Jim DeRose. Now in his 25th year at the helm, DeRose’s impact extends far beyond wins and losses. “The value you get in terms of the Bradley community, the…

Patience pays off for Ketterer

Former Bradley goalkeeper Logan Ketterer is used to waiting for his moment. After joining the Braves as a non-scholarship freshman, Ketterer served as a backup before taking over the starting role as a redshirt sophomore in 2014. He also served as the starter for the…

Business as usual as volleyball returns to practice

Editor’s note: All athletic practices have been paused as a result of Bradley University’s two-week quarantine.  Despite the indefinite postponement of the season, the Bradley Volleyball team is back into its routine. The team returned to practice this week and picked up right where it…

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