Zak Hudak

Editors Note: The following feature is a look into the Eagle’s lockeroom at halftime on Jan. 25. At the sound of the buzzer, the Eagles head off the court like a herd of buffalo, then move into a single-file line ...

  The Emory men’s tennis team will hit off its spring season with three home competitions this weekend. The squad will host the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Atlanta today and then Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) (Ala.) ...

Last weekend, mid and long distance Emory runners travelled to East Tennessee State University for the Buccaneer Invitational, while others travelled to the University of South Carolina’s USC Open for sprint and pole vault events. Although neither meet included team ...

In a hard-fought continuation of their University Athletic Association (UAA) play, the Emory men’s basketball team split two games on the road last weekend. The squad hit the ground running in Friday’s game against Brandeis University (Mass.), stretching their lead ...

The Emory University women’s basketball team bounced back from three consecutive road losses last weekend, with a pair of home nail-biting conference victories over Case Western Reserve University (Ohio) and Carnegie Mellon University (Pa.) last weekend. The Eagles’ record is ...
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Emory Director of Athletics and Recreation Tim Downes announced his resignation today, effective June 30, 2015. Downes plans to then take over as athletic director at Atlanta’s Westminster Schools. The decision to leave Emory came months after Downes’s wife, who ...

By Zak Hudak Sports Editor The Emory Eagles track and field teams faced off with 24 other teams  in their first competition of the season last Friday. Scored differently than Division I teams, the women’s team returned with a first-place ...

      By Zak Hudak Sports Editor Despite a valiant first half effort, the Eagles dropped to Maryville College (Tenn.) 80-61 last Sunday. The loss was their second-in-a-row and brought their season’s record to 3-2. “[The Maryville Scots are] ...

By Zak Hudak Sports Editor The Emory volleyball team ended a season for the books yesterday afternoon with a nail-biting, five-set National Championship loss to Hope College (Mich.). The contest was the Eagles’ first National Championship Match appearance since 2008. ...