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One-on-One Who Will Win the Stanley Cup?

San Jose Sharks – Matt Harrington The San Jose Sharks trailed 3-1 in their first round series against the Vegas Golden Knights, but rallied back to force a game seven on home ice. Down 3-0 with 11 minutes to play in that game, the Sharks…

Bradley lands transfer guard Nolan Jr.

Bradley received a commitment from 6-foot-2-inch guard Terry Nolan Jr. on Wednesday. He averaged 10.6 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game in his sophomore season at George Washington. Nolan will have to sit out the 2019-20 season due to the NCAA transfer rule,…

Baseball’s streak ends at 12

After equaling the second-longest winning streak in program history, the Bradley baseball team finds itself amidst a three-game losing streak. The Braves lost two of three in a Missouri Valley Conference series at Dallas Baptist and a mid-week matchup against Illinois. The Braves are now…

How much is too much? MLS announces plans to expand to 30 teams

Soccer is a rapidly emerging sport in the United States. Gone are the days where the only thought people had of soccer was minivans and post-game snacks. It’s serious business now. Viewership, attendance and participation in soccer is on the rise. MLS teams have some…

Softball takes ISU season series but loses 12 game road win streak

After taking the opening game of a doubleheader on April 19 at Northern Iowa, Bradley softball had its 12-game road-winning streak snapped a few hours later. The Braves lost the final two games of the series to the Panthers and returned home to Peoria April…

Men’s golf places fourth in MVC Championships

Despite placing fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference Championship on Tuesday, Bradley men’s golf head coach Jeff Roche reflected on the past four years with his seniors. Four of the seven players on the roster will graduate this spring, ending an era marked with success.…

Who is your NFL draft sleeper pick?

Nasir Adderley By: Hernan Gutierrez The media understandably loves to focus on top prospects come draft time. It all makes sense as the early picks of today’s draft will be the stars of tomorrow. While franchises may be built around key stars, it’s the supporting…

It’s all about getting used to success

When Darren Gauson first took over the Bradley Cross Country and Track Program in 2015, it was in a much different place than it is now. The women’s team had just won the Missouri Valley Conference Cross Country Championship, and the men matched their best…

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