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[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.

In their final road weekend of the season, the Eagles were ousted by UAA rival Washington University in St. Louis (Mo.) Friday, 94-65, before bouncing back against the University of ...

Emory’s five-game win streak came to a sudden halt this past weekend. The Eagles dropped two critical road games, losing Friday at Brandeis University (Mass.) 59-67 before a painful defeat ...

Needing two wins at home in order to keep pace with UAA league leaders Washington University in St. Louis (Mo.) (7-0) and Rochester University (N.Y.) (6-1), the Eagles delivered. Starting ...

The Emory Track and Field team competed in the KMS Indoor Invitational Sunday, their second consecutive meet at the Birmingham Crossplex (Ala.). After hosting a meet at the same location ...

  After their previous two matchups were determined by a combined total of five points, the Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks played a game to remember Sunday. For the ...

Emory’s Track and Field team has a lot to look forward to this upcoming season after a strong performance at the Crossplex Invitational in Alabama this past weekend. The women ...

Hoping to solidify their position in the race for a UAA title, the Emory men’s basketball team took a big step forward this weekend with two road wins. Travelling first ...

Hoping to save face after an embarrassing premier in University Athletic Association (UAA) play last weekend at Rochester University, the Emory men’s basketball team came up short in a disappointing ...

Starting in the late 20th century as an initiative to build self-esteem amongst youths, participation trophies quickly gained steam and have become a staple of youth athletics. Their purpose was ...