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Bradley basketball reacts to loss of Kobe

When the news broke of Kobe and Gianna Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash on early Sunday afternoon, the basketball world was ablaze with messages of disbelief, sorrow and tribute to the former NBA superstar. At Bradley, the news started to trickle out as the…

Tennis splits home matches to start spring season

Both the 2019 spring and fall seasons brought success to the Bradley tennis team. The team finished the spring by reaching their third Missouri Valley Conference semifinal in four years and followed it up by claiming two individual MVC championships in the fall. Head coach…

The day the basketball stopped bouncing

The shock and agony of Kobe Bryant’s death brought over the world on Sunday may live on for many years to come. His wife and children were the first things that came to mind. The tragedy turned an even darker corner, with the news that…

One-on-One: Was the Astros punishment and fall out enough?

Absolutely BY BRANDON YOUNAN During the 2017 season, the Astros won 101 games and the World Series by using technology to cheat. It is believed they continued to do so the next few seasons. In an interview with The Athletic in November 2019, former Astros…

Track looking to capitalize indoors

The Bradley indoor track team was in action last weekend at the John Gartland Invitational tournament hosted by Indiana State. Coming off strong performances at the Eastern Illinois John Craft Invite, the Braves turned continued the success across the board last Saturday. The sophomores highlighted…

Women perfect at home and fittingly perfect in the Valley

It shouldn’t come as an out-of-left field surprise, but the Bradley women’s basketball team has been impressive. Sometimes basketball is the story of two halves, or seasons but these Braves have been storming up and down the court from the first jump ball. Bradley is…

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