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Men and women cross country teams finish 3rd at Friday’s Bradley Open

The men’s and women’s cross country teams both placed third at Detweiller Park in the Bradley Open last weekend. Both teams fell to Missouri Valley Conference rival Indiana State, with the men scoring 81 points and the women scoring 68. Each team had a top-10…

Women serve up wins

Tennis starts strong with individual efforts Flash flood sirens were screeching throughout the area, cars were becoming pontoon boats with wheels and the only sunshine in the area was to be found inside the Clubs at River City Saturday. Inside the barn-shaped sports complex was…

Soccer splits over weekend, ends streaks

The soccer team put an end to both a three-game skid and a 368-minute scoreless streak in its 2-0 defeat of North Florida on Sunday in the Evansville Tournament. Freshman Bryan Gaul scored the go-ahead goal and junior Justin Bigelow tacked on another score in…

Volleyball extends win streak to 3 games

The volleyball team completed a three-game win streak last weekend against teams with 20 or more wins from the season before. Two of those wins came from the Bradley Open two weeks ago, but the Braves (3-7) were able to extend the streak with their…

Women finish 4th at Payne Stewart

The women’s golf team started in the right direction this week with a fourth place finish in the Payne Stewart Memorial held at River Cut Golf Course in Springfield, Mo. “I didn’t know what to expect going in, but for the first tournament of the…

Recruits land on Hilltop

Continuing from last week’s story, here is a look at the new recruits from the soccer and volleyball teams. Soccer After losing some key players to graduation, including defender Joe Donoho, last year’s Missouri Valley Conference Tournament hero, as well as the ever-important goal-keeper, Mike…

Can golf survive without Tiger?

The Never Ending Story I’ve always tried to respect the thought that a sport simply cannot revolve around one player. However, in golf’s case, that adage is about as true as the idea that “winning isn’t everything.” For those of you who don’t know, Tiger…

One-on-One: Who should be the NL Manager of the Year?

Lou Pinella I have no doubt in my mind Lou Pinella should be this year’s manager of the year. The leader of Cubs Nation has turned around a franchise that has now been suffering for 100 years. By the time this is printed, there is…

Hospitals adding video games to treatment

UNIVERSITY WIRE – Video games have made their way out of the family room and into the outpatient program of a Danville hospital. Following a growing national trend in injury treatment, Provena United Samaritans Medical Center recently integrated the Nintendo Wii, a game system encouraging…

Campus group makes democracy matter at BU

Student creates organization to foster fair politics, encourage voting, offer internships Democracy Matters, a nonpartisan organization, emerged on campus a month ago, but the group’s president, Nicole Hanson, said students are already expressing interest. The organization’s goal is to “get big money out of politics,”…

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