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Is there a right way to pay to play?

Last month, the California State Assembly voted 73-0 to pass the “Fair Pay to Play Act,” which will allow collegiate student-athletes to be compensated for their name and likeness, something that has been long outlawed by the NCAA. The bill has been signed by the…

Tennis continues Valley success: Lojpur and Perlwitz win individual championships

Coming off a historic team season last spring, the Bradley tennis team continued its conference success at the Missouri Valley Conference Individual Championships on Oct. 4 in Waterloo, Iowa. All seven Braves won at least one match at the tournament while sophomores Bozana Lojpur and…

Cross country looks to build momentum

After running against a nationally-competitive field at Notre Dame on Oct. 4, the Bradley cross country men and women will race again today at 1 p.m.. In South Bend, the men finished 19th of 22 led by redshirt-senior Jake Hoffert in 28th place with a…

Stults elevates cross country

No one is perfect. Everyone has their flaws; things they wish they could do better. But when Darren Gauson, head coach of the cross country and track teams, was asked what made assistant coach Danny Stults especially good at his job, he paused, momentarily seeming…

Soccer powers into Shea

The soccer team (4-4-3, 3-2-1 in conference) has continued to build on their respectable Missouri Valley Conference campaign so far this season over the past few weeks. On Oct. 5, the Braves hosted Drake for their highly anticipated homecoming game. The stage proved to be…

One-on-One: Should the NL implement the DH?

Yes     By Colin Davern In 1973, the American League established the long debated rule of the designated hitter, better known as the DH. The AL believed the product on the field would be better if the pitcher didn’t hit because the pitcher was an “easy…

Men’s golf makes strides at Flyer Invitational

Despite finishing 11th of 11 teams earlier this week at the Flyer Invitational, positive takeaways are abound for Bradley men’s golf. “I see improvement between each player,” head coach Jeff Roche said. “Obviously it hasn’t really correlated yet as far as complete team scores ……

Volleyball storms into conference play

It isn’t often an indoor volleyball match is delayed because of weather. Such was the case not once, but twice on Sept 27, as Bradley and Southern Illinois felt the effect of a strong storm outbreak that rocked Central Illinois. Two seperate tornado warnings in…

Meet the Regans: Teammates for life

Jenna Passman Regan and Tim Regan met in 2000 when Jenna was a freshman middle blocker on the volleyball team and Tim was a sophomore defender on the soccer team. The two completed successful collegiate careers, culminating in an induction to the Bradley Hall of…

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