Andrew Feld

Andrew Feld (23C) is from Marietta, Georgia, completing a joint major in human health and economics along with a minor in Earth and atmospheric science. He is a former Emory Baseball player, and in addition to writing for the Wheel, he is a Vice President of the Talks branch in TableTalk. If he’s not working out or playing basketball, Feld is likely watching his longtime favorite New Orleans Saints suffer another playoff heartbreak.

Emory alum ties for sixth in men’s 100 Breaststroke final

Just over four years after graduating from Emory University, Andrew Wilson (17C), the first NCAA Division III swimmer to qualify for the Olympics, tied for sixth place in the finals of the 100 breaststroke. Wilson, whose story has been well documented, also secured a spot to compete in the 200 breaststroke at the Tokyo Games, [...]

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Emory Athletics Excited to Welcome Back UAA Competition in Fall

Then-freshman midfielder Alejandro Gomez faces off against Birmingham-Southern College's goalie in their Sept. 8, 2019 match. Gomez and his teammates will return to the field this fall after the 2020 season was canceled due to COVID-19. (Noyonika Parulekar/Contributing) Over the last few months, Emory sports teams have gradually taken steps to return to normal practice [...]

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Reduce the Number of Replay Reviews

The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-6 on April 11 after a highly controversial late game call. In the top of the ninth inning, with the score tied at six, Phillies third baseman Alec Bohm tagged up from third base on a fly ball to left field and was initially called safe by the [...]

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