All posts by "Kevin Kilgour"

Sports Editor
[email protected] | Kevin Kilgour is a Goizueta Business School senior 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.

Entering their Sunday evening matchup against the Montreal Impact, Atlanta United FC had not suffered a loss since the Aug. 23 1-0 slight against D.C. United. This weekend, they continued ...

You’ve been to Maggie’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill — like, way too many times. Maybe you are ready to try something new. Or maybe you haven’t been to Maggie’s because ...

With two home games in the Sonny Carter Invitational to start off their 2017 campaign, the Emory men’s soccer team had its sights set on a 2-0 start. The Eagles ...

Last season, the Emory men’s soccer team failed to earn a bid to the NCAA DIII Men’s Soccer tournament. Now, the team returns to the pitch with a chip on ...

Atlanta United FC returned home and returned to form June 17 with a much needed 3-1 win against the visiting Columbus Crew SC. The win brings United’s record back up ...

For the third consecutive year, Emory University and Williams College (Mass.) met at the NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis National Championship tournament final, playing neck and neck and finishing with ...

With their home match against New York City FC (NYCFC) May 28, Atlanta United FC capitalized on an opportunity for redemption after a 3-1 loss May 7 in New York. ...

With a national title on the line, Emory’s men’s tennis team delivered a convincing 5-2 victory over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Calif.) May 24 at The McCallie School (Tenn.). This marks the program’s ...

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 ...