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Wintermeyer finds balance on the Hilltop

In Europe, academics and athletics are not intertwined like they are in the United States; athletes have to decide between pursuing an education or pursuing an athletic career. In the United States, universities are able to provide an opportunity for athletes to play and study.…

One-on-one: Who should win AL MVP?

DJ LeMahieu – By Mason Klemm, Contributor The Yankees’ DJ LeMahieu deserves to win the 2020 American League MVP. He won the AL batting title this year with a whopping .364 batting average, getting his revenge on Tim Anderson for beating him last year. He…

Staff Picks: Favorite Ballpark Food

There are few things that are more important to the game day experience than food. Whether fans are making the trip to the stadium, tailgating in the parking lot or firing up the grill back home, a good spread can compliment a big win, or…

Coaches in College: Halley Morell

College athletic recruiting can be one of the most challenging and exhausting parts of the college experience. Bradley women’s golf coach Halley Morell can speak to that, as she went through it twice. Out of high school, the Ohio native wasn’t highly recruited by power…

One-on-one: Is MLB hosting fans a good idea?

Yes, let them in! – By Brandon Younan, contributor Major League Baseball is having a tough year, just as we all are.  Its total attendance was cut from 68.5 million fans last year to zero this year. Then, this shortened season started with multiple outbreaks…

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