All posts by "Kevin Kilgour"

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[email protected] | Kevin Kilgour (18B) is from Wichita, Kan., majoring in English and business administration with a concentration in marketing. This past summer, he worked as a communications and development intern at Global Growers Network. 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 goals in life is to write Derrick Rose’s biography.

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

    Returning to the WoodPEC after an arduous hiatus from UAA road play, the Eagles capitalized by pocketing close wins over Case Western Reserve University (Ohio) Friday and Carnegie ...

Following a season that concluded with an NCAA DIII title last year, one has to wonder if the bar could be set any higher for the Emory women’s tennis team. ...

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 ...