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Women rebound from deficits to start 2-0 at home

A combined deficit of 20 points in the Braves’ first two games was not enough to put the women’s basketball team away. Bradley was down by eight at the half against Eastern Illinois and came out firing in the second half shooting more than 51…

Soccer eliminated from MVC tourney

The soccer team left its hopes of matching last year’s success on the field last Friday, falling to Creighton in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. A day after defeating tournament-host Evansville on penalty kicks to reach the semi-finals, the Braves were shutout by the NCAA…

Braves come back to put Bears in hibernation

Sam Black played her final home game in front of a legion of supporters and gave an unforgettable performance to lead the Braves past a shocked Bears team, 3-1. “The crowd really had a big part to do with it and being my last time…

Volleyball’s dynamic duo digs its way to success and into record books

More than 500 digs this volleyball season can be attributed to the only set of twins in Bradley sports. The Dejean twins have made a huge splash on campus in their opening year as they have been digging in the back court side-by-side, preventing attackers…

Three comebacks, 2 T-shirts, 1 weekend

It started with a free T-shirt and ended with a foreshadowing of the volleyball team’s future. Three comebacks in two days, all of them right before my eyes and in favor of the Bradley Braves. It was any sports fan’s dream come true, and thankfully,…

Men’s and women’s basketball sign recruits for 2008-09 season

Men sign two including Eureka stand out, women’s team pick up three in NCAA early signing period With the NCAA early signing period upon us, here is a preview of some recently signed recruits fans will see on the Hilltop next year. Mens Basketball The…

Cross country finishes season at NCAA Midwest Regional

The men’s and women’s cross country teams finished their seasons this past weekend at the NCAA Midwest Regional in Stillwater, Okla. The season didn’t end on a good note for either the men’s or the women’s team.  Both teams were at a disadvantage from the…

Postsecret founder reveals blog’s secrets

One had gay sex at church camp. One feels guilty about not fitting into a stereotype. One prayed for the first time. These people have one thing in common – they mailed their secrets into Postsecret, an ongoing community art project where people anonymously mail…

Students can find holiday jobs in various Midwest cities

Despite a slump in the job market, one place students can still find jobs this holiday season is in the business of Christmas trees. “When the economy is tight we generally do better,” owner of Arneson’s Tree Farm Lots, Greg Arneson, said. “We feel it’s…

Ameren suggests lower home temps as heating costs increase

With the current economy, some students are concerned about how rising energy costs will affect their heating bills this winter. “I lived in an off-campus house the past two years, and it had zero insulation,” senior electrical engineering major Spencer Leeds said. “Heating bills were…

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