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Braves rout Red Devils

The women’s basketball team entertained Division III Eureka College in a Saturday matinee and out rebounding it by 40 to set the largest rebounding margin in Bradley basketball history. The Braves led from start to finish and claimed the victory 101-39. Bradley led in every…

COLUMN: The better hair in sports the better player

Ever since the 2013 Boston Red Sox World Series run and championship, I have been a strong believer that the better hair a team has, the more successful that team is. Every player on that 2013 roster grew a luscious playoff beard along with a…

One-on-one: Should MLB implement an automated strike zone?

Yes BY JACOB STEINBERG Baseball fans have grown accustomed to bad calls being a determining factor in the outcome of a game. The age of the automated umpire has dawned upon us, and it’s time to implement. Automated umpires will make the game more efficient…

Pair of Wintermeyer goals put Bradley ahead of Evansville, set up rematch

With a possible shot at the No. 2 seed in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament on the line, Bradley successfully defended Shea Stadium on Saturday, defeating Evansville 2-1. The victory moved the Braves to a final regular season record of 7-6-4. Evansville scored first in…

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