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Leblebijian brings a pro ball perspective

Two-time Troy Guidotti Hustle Award recipient Jason Leblebijian is back on the Hilltop as both an undergraduate student and volunteer assistant for the baseball team. With him comes many life experiences he gained through playing seven years of professional ball. The 28-year-old has a passion…

Tennis drops two in Missouri

The Bradley tennis team (2-4) wrapped up a four-match road trip in Missouri with two match losses this weekend. After a 5-2 loss to UMKC, Mizzou swept the Braves 4-0. On Saturday, Bradley once again failed to pick up the doubles point, only winning the…

ONE-on-ONE: Which NBA team is most improved after the trade deadline?

Los Angeles Clippers BY JACOB STEINBERG Without a doubt, the Los Angeles Clippers are the most improved team after the NBA trade deadline. Entering the deadline, the Clippers were second in the Western Conference behind their city rival Los Angeles Lakers. All the team had…

Track sees personal success indoors, but development is paramount

The Bradley track team keeps building. Coming off a meet at Big-Ten member school Iowa, the team clocked six personal record times with three top 10 times in school history at the Meyo Invitational at Notre Dame last weekend. Senior Jake Hoffert made his season…

Childs’ return roars at Carver

The return of junior forward Elijah Childs is something Bradley men’s basketball fans have long awaited. In fact, he had missed 12 of the last 13 games for the Braves. When his name was the first announced at Carver Arena, the crowd exploded and drowned…

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