All posts by "Kevin Kilgour"

Assistant Sports Editor
[email protected] | Kevin Kilgour is a Goizueta Business School junior from Wichita, Kansas, majoring in marketing and English. Some of his greatest sports accomplishments include predicting Butler’s 2010 Final Four run and leading PAL Group One Eight (gold is our fate) to an Oxford Olympics championship. One of his primary goals in life is to write Derrick Rose’s biography.

Rarely do bands escape the status quo and surprise an audience. Between the setlist, the chorus of thank you’s and how you feeling tonight’s and the all-too-predictable encores, concerts struggle ...
The team looks on as Junior Anders Olsen leaps for the disc. Photo courtesy of Ishaan Dave.

With the Southern Appalachian DI Conference Championships approaching April 22 to 23, Emory men’s club ultimate frisbee team is preparing for the final, most important stretch of their season. A ...
Junior Bridget Harding serves alongside doubles teammate Katarina Su in the Eagles' home match against Sewanee: The University of the South. Jillian Alsberry/Contributing

Matching up against No. 16 Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) April 7, Emory’s No. 1-ranked women’s tennis team took care of business on a blustery day outside the ...

The end of March brings with it a barrage of rain showers, pollen and finals. It also brings an end to the Madness. However, April began with some excitement of ...
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Ask any club sports athlete why he or she participates on a team and you’re likely to hear something about why the experience is positive and, above all, fun. When ...

The Emory Eagles prevailed over Texas Lutheran University 82-69 March 3 in the opening round of the NCAA DIII men’s basketball tournament in Abilene, Texas before falling to regional host ...
Mutombo, Wilkins, and representatives from Maravich's family all spoke at the ceremony.

Recent history between the Atlanta Hawks and the Cleveland Cavaliers has not been kind to Atlanta. In both 2015 and 2016, the Cavaliers swept the Hawks in the Eastern Conference ...
Senior forward Austin DaGue blocks a shot from Rochester senior guard Sam Borst-Smith in Emory's 63-62 victory. Hague contributed an impressive 22 points on the afternoon. Photo courtesy Nafimul Huda/Senior Staff.

Saturday’s home win against the Yellowjackets of Rochester University (N.Y.) provided the exclamation point on the end of a four game win streak to close out the regular season. The ...
Pain is an unavoidable consequence of competitive cycling, one which Cotton embraces with open arms.

Searching for one’s passion can often be a long journey. Some people wait half a lifetime before they discover their source of unexplainable joy. Many wait longer. But for Emory ...