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DLO continues his basketball career

Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye promised his family he would earn a university degree. And he did, by completing his bachelor’s in marketing while playing a big part of the Bradley men’s basketball program rebuild.  DLO, as he is commonly referred to on the basketball circuit, said he…

The 2020 official #BESPY awards

                    The Scout sports section ran seven polls on its @ScoutSportsDesk Twitter account to determine which Bradley teams, coaches and student-athletes the public thought deserved each illustrious BESPY for the 2019-20 academic year. Each of the…

Kent Zooms in National Letter of Intent

It was a momentous occasion on Tuesday morning for high school senior Jayson Kent earlier this week.  With his parents and younger sister in matching Bradley University t-shirts at his side and a plethora of family and friends looking on, the 6-foot 6-inch shooting guard…

Column: What could have been for the golf teams in the spring

The cancellation of both the men and women’s golf seasons came at an unfortunate time as both were on the upswing. With a newfound competitive atmosphere that was missing throughout the fall season, the men’s team was primed for further growth with the addition of…

New faces and winning perspectives for Bradley volleyball

Bradley volleyball has added two new assistant coaches ahead of the 2020 season.  Kaysie Schebeneck and Dylan Ross have both joined the coaching staff following the departures of Jon Wong, Matt Sprague and volunteer assistant Niatha Cullen. Schebeneck was most recently an assistant at the…

Column: The Olympics can wait

When I was on my college search four years ago, I knew how important making connections and getting industry-specific internships would be for my future career in journalism. The fundamental reason I chose to come to Bradley was because of the connections it had with…

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