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March Sadness

Kyline Humm, Staff Writer

April 2, 2014

Filed under Sports

Everyone is fed up after the first round of March Madness. Upsets were destroying brackets and Mercer made almost everyone in the United States cry. The March Madness phenomenon was turned into March Sadness during the first day...

The Wrap

Eric Shafer, Staff Writer

February 12, 2014

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Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams had their games postponed due to inclement weather. The games have been rescheduled as a double header for Feb. 19. After competing in the Rose Hulman’s Engineer Open, the Millikin...

The Cardinals Didn’t Just Lose the World Series

Alice Dembinski, Staff Writer

January 29, 2014

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Millikin Basketball is often a team overlooked and doubted, especially in the CCIW conference. With the team made up of 11 sophomores, seven freshmen and two juniors, the Big Blue is a young team that fights to compete against...

Athlete Spotlight: Drew Bollier

Kyline Humm, Staff Writer

January 29, 2014

Filed under Sports

Why did you choose Millikin University? My freshman year I went to a school in downtown Atlanta, GA, so I wanted a change of pace and to be further than 45 minutes from home. I felt like it would give me the opportunity to gro...

Finally Suited Up

Alyssa Visvardis, Staff Writer

December 11, 2013

Filed under Sports

It takes a lot of courage to quit a team before the season even starts, but it takes even more courage to return to the team the next season and decide to suit up in uniform the second time around. Millikin basketball’s Bryn...

Women’s basketball: 44 years strong

Nicole Johnson, Views Editor

November 6, 2013

Filed under Sports

For 44 years, Millikin Women’s Basketball has been a proud team of the Big Blue, and all of their athletes bleed blue with strength. There are twenty women on the team this year: eight freshmen – Nak’ya Latting, Francesca...

#NewEra Basketball signals a new hope

Alyssa Visvardis, Staff Writer

November 6, 2013

Filed under Sports

In today’s society, twitter uses hash tags for different words or phrases all for the fun of it. People often look past hash tags because it is such a norm, but #NewEra is much more than just a twitter hash tag; there is a deeper...

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