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One-on-One: What team will claim second NL Wild Card?

Diamondback By Cameron Irwin Despite sitting at 46-45 at the All-Star break, the Arizona Diamondbacks have been slowly creeping in on the Cubs for the second National League Wild Card spot. By the season’s end, they will overtake the Cubs for said spot. The Diamondbacks…

The mother of the athletic department

Pam Miller’s office is right in the middle of the athletic department hallway in the middle of it all. She’s there to be a resource for the student-athletes and, in many facets, is the mother of the department. Miller’s official title, Coordinator of Academics and…

Bradley takes tournament on home floor

Last weekend, the Bradley volleyball team opened its 2019 home schedule with two wins and a tournament title. Make no mistake, it marked a successful showing for the Braves’ in their first homestand of the season. But the team’s record now stands at 2-4 entering…

Marketing changes bring renewed excitement in Athletics

Over the summer, changes are aplenty in any collegiate athletic department. Rosters change and new coaches are hired as others depart. Bradley’s summer changes went well beyond the athletic teams themselves. With the departure of former Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Fan Engagement Brooke…

Women’s golf begins season on a high note

The goal for the Bradley women’s golf team remains the same each year: winning the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. The team began its fall season with a second place finish at the Redbird Invitational last weekend, three strokes back of champion Xavier. The Braves made…

Hannah Thompson: a leader in digs and kills

Sophomore Bradley volleyball player Hannah Thompson is the reigning Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year and was named to the Second-Team All-MVC following the 2018 season. This season, with the graduation of outside hitter Erica Haslag and libero Yavianliz Rosado, Thompson has stepped up…

Braves’ defense shines in weekend clashes

The Bradley soccer team extended its non-conference unbeaten streak to 17 games with a win and draw last weekend. On Friday, the annual Danny Dahlquist Memorial game, the Braves won 1-0 over IUPUI in a hard fought midfield and defensive battle. Defense was a key…

Women’s basketball’s trip of a lifetime

Bradley women’s basketball’s 12 players, six coaches, trainer, academic advisor and family members flew across the Atlantic Ocean and found themselves in Portugal on Aug. 4. For the next eight days they experienced a unique team-bonding opportunity through its culture and played three teams. It…

New faces, new format: Braves soccer hopes to return to Valley tournament

On paper, the Bradley men’s soccer team had a solid 2018 season. They posted a 8-5-4 record, after starting off with a seven game unbeaten streak. To an outsider, it was the perfect follow-up to their 2017 semifinal appearance in the conference tournament. However, 2018…

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