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Soccer snaps losing streak with draw at Loyola

After losing its third game in a row on Saturday at Drake, Bradley broke the skid Wednesday at Loyola with a 0-0 draw. Wednesday’s double overtime battle with the Ramblers earned the Braves their first point of the conference season, despite not getting a result.…

Around the NFL: Seven observations through three weeks

We are nearly a quarter of the way through the NFL season. With 14 weeks left, anything can happen. Here’s a look at what I’ve seen so far around the league. The Bears are – and aren’t – what we thought they were Before the…

Cross country off to a hot start, literally

Not even temperatures eclipsing 90 degrees at Detweiller Park last Friday afternoon during the Bradley Intercollege could slow down the defending Missouri Valley Conference champions. The Braves swept both team competitions, with junior McKenzie Altmayer attacking the leaders late and senior Jake Hoffert soloing away…

One-on-One : What team will win the AL Pennant?

Yankees By Collin Davern The New York Yankees and Houston Astros have formed a new rivalry that has gradually heated up in the past few seasons. The teams met in the 2015 American League Wild Card Game at Yankee Stadium, which the Astros won 3-0.…

Women’s golf battles weather, finishes 7th in MVC Preview

While managing the elements thrown at them Monday and Tuesday, the Braves were able to come away with a seventh place finish of 15 teams in the Missouri Valley Conference Preview Tournament in Burlington, Iowa, trailing Butler by only two strokes. The 965 team score…

Volleyball chases a rhythm

Entering a four-match homestand that will take them into Missouri Valley Conference play, the Bradley volleyball team finds itself in search of a rhythm. The first nine matches of the 2019 campaign have produced a mixed bag of results for the Braves, who’s current record…

Hoffert brothers focus on the four-peat

Heading into his fifth season as head coach, Darren Gauson led the Bradley men’s cross-country team to four consecutive Missouri Valley Conference titles so far. Set to begin their fifth season on the team at the Bradley Intercollegiate today, redshirt seniors Jake and Luke Hoffert…

Bradley DII Hockey kicks off 51st season with sweep of SLU

After falling short of expectations in last year’s playoffs, the Bradley Division II Club Hockey team had several questions that begged to be answered. Who would contribute in the absence of six departing seniors? How would new head coach Brian Hamilton adjust to the DII…

The end of a streak brings the start of a new one

Friday the 13th was not kind to Bradley soccer, as the team’s 17 game non-conference unbeaten streak was snapped after a 1-0 loss to Eastern Illinois. The weekend proved to be a forgettable one for the Braves, as they are now on a two game…

Sports briefs

Bradley women’s golf finished fourth of 11 teams at the par-304 Cardinal Classic in Yorktown, Indiana on Tuesday. Sophomore Elyse Emerzian tied for 12th while junior Maddie Hawkins finished in a tie for 17th individually. The team will play at the Missouri Valley Conference Preview…

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