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With Valpo win, tennis has best record since 1993

The Bradley tennis team dominated its match at Valparaiso this past weekend, winning 7-0. The team completed a road sweep against a Missouri Valley Conference opponent for the first time in program history. The victory also guaranteed Bradley a winning record for the first time…

Track competes in Gibson Invitational

The Bradley track team traveled to Indiana State for the Gibson Invitational this past weekend. The men and women brought home four top-10 finishes and 13 personal records. Senior Kathryn Adelman and freshman Hannah Ivy led the women by capturing two top-10 finishes. Adelman finished…

Sports Briefs 4-12-2019

Men’s golf finishes sixth at Ryman Hospitality Intercollegiate The Bradley men’s golf team totaled 588 at the Ryman Hospitality Intercollegiate placing sixth. USC Upstate finished first in the competition with a combined score of 573. Braves junior Charles Jahn tied for third individually, hitting a…

Who was the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament?

Jarrett Culver By Anthony Cullotta My selection for the Most Outstanding Player Award is Texas Tech sophomore guard Jarrett Culver. He took a big step in his sophomore campaign and increased his season averages in almost every category. He jumped from 11.2 to 18.5 points…

Baseball opens MVC play: Go 2-for-17 with runners in scoring position

In its Missouri Valley Conference season opener last weekend, the Bradley baseball team was swept by the Evansville Purple Aces in a three game series. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Braves beat nonconference Western Illinois and SIU-Edwardsville in two midweek games. Bradley (12-10, 0-3 in…

Track take on Raleigh Relays and EIU Big Blue Classic

The Bradley track teams competed this past weekend in the Raleigh Relays and Eastern Illinois’ Big Blue Classic. Senior Michael Ward and sophomore Alec Hartman highlighted the men’s team while sophomore McKenzie Altmayer led the women. Both the men and women’s teams split up its…

Tennis spring break trip and ISU match a case of highs and lows

Before heading off on its spring trip, the Bradley tennis team won a tight match at home against St. Louis, 4-3, on March 7. On March 10, they traveled to No. 47 Tulsa and lost 7-0. In doubles play, the duo of senior Malini Wijesinghe…

March Monikers 4.0

For the past few years, we have published an article in our beloved newspaper about the weirdest and most ironic names of the NCAA men’s basktball tournament. Though the tournament is drawing to a close, tradition calls for us to give you a fun piece…

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