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Dutch Dynamite: after redshirt season, Mast looks to continue BU’s international movement

In recent years, the Bradley basketball program has established a legacy of recruiting European stars. Now, after a season on the sidelines due to injury, redshirt freshman Rienk Mast hopes to continue that tradition. Growing up in the Netherlands, basketball wasn’t a family tradition for…

Koenig embraces role of ‘The General’

The Bradley women’s basketball team bestowed the nickname “The General” on point guard Tatum Koenig. It only seems fitting, since the junior’s biggest goal is to lead the Braves on a conquest of the Missouri Valley Conference title.  Koenig’s leadership role is showcased on the…

One-on-one: Best MVC mens’ basketball uniforms

Indiana State’s road blues: By Matthew Lucas, contributor   It’s not the blue that Larry Bird wore, but it’s better. Indiana State has always raised the jersey game in the Missouri Valley Conference, and these royal blue jerseys with white and black accents bring a…

Men’s basketball to play at Carver Arena; No fans allowed for start of season

Bradley Athletics announced Tuesday afternoon that the Braves’ men’s basketball team will play its home games at Carver Arena, without fans for the start of the 2020-21 season.  It will be the 39th consecutive season that the team will play downtown, while the women’s basketball…

Coaches in College: Amy Hayes

  Women have always struggled for representation in sports. Growing up in Decatur, Illinois, Bradley head softball coach Amy Hayes was at the forefront of that fight. During her time in middle school, Hayes and her grade petitioned the school for a girls basketball team.…

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