Heartbreak in Houston as Falcons Fall

Depending on the your allegiances, this year’s Super Bowl was either the greatest game or the biggest disaster in NFL history. The New England Patriots made a miraculous comeback and defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime Sunday after being down 28-3 with four minutes left in the third quarter. With the Falcons holding a [...]

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Soccer’s Juniors Endeavor to Lead Team

Emory’s women’s soccer team kicks off this week with high expectations for the upcoming season. Last season, the Eagles recorded the team’s 27th straight season with a winning record, finishing 8-6-4. However, they struggled in the University Athletic Association (UAA) conference with a 1-3-3 record, finishing seventh in the conference. The Eagles’ struggles last season [...]

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Softball Wins Super Regionals, Advances to National Championship

The Emory Softball team opens up first round play today at the NCAA Division III Softball Championship in Salem, Va. against the University of St. Thomas (Minn.). The Eagles are 44-5 on the season to the Tommies’ 43-6. Emory clinched a spot in the tournament after defeating Benedictine University (Ill.) in a three-game series 2-1. [...]

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Softball improves to 36-4 on the season

Emory’s softball team (32-4) went 4-0 this past weekend on their road trip to Memphis, Tenn., with junior pitcher Brittany File winning all four of the decisions to make her record 28-2 on the year. Emory topped Southwestern University (Texas) 4-3 and Rhodes College (Tenn.) 5-0 on Saturday. The team again defeated Southwestern 8-3 and [...]

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Baseball sweeps weekend against Huntingdon

The No. 3 Emory baseball team completed a three game sweep against Huntingdon College (Ala.) this past weekend, defeating the Hawks 4-1, 6-0 and 8-6 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Junior pitchers Jackson Weeg and Hans Hansen held the highest scoring offense in the country to just one run over the first 16 innings [...]

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