Claire Fenton

Claire Fenton (she/her) (24C) is a Pittsburgh native majoring in quantitative sciences on the Informatics track. She is also involved with Volunteer Emory and is a member of the women's club basketball team. You can find her reading Agatha Christie novels and training for a half marathon in her free time.

Women’s soccer prepares to weather conference competition, earn fourth consecutive postseason berth

Defender Peyton Robertson kicks the ball upfield during a game against Carnegie Mellon University (Penn.) on Oct. 17, 2021. (Lin Yu/Staff) Usually when a team earns a postseason berth in the NCAA Tournament and graduates ten seniors, questions arise as to whether the remaining roster will have enough experience to replicate their success the following [...]

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Fly like an Eagle, or come out to cheer them on

Contrary to popular belief, Emory has a sports community. There’s no better way to get to know your classmates, support fellow Eagles and demonstrate school spirit than to get involved with sports at Emory University. Whether you plan to sit in the stands at games, immerse yourself in the Atlanta sports scene or simply burn [...]

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Taking five: fifth year athletes reflect on extra year of eligibility

Fifth year athletes Liam Fost (left), Romin Williams (top right) and Natalie Costero compete for Emory athletics during their fifth year of NCAA eligibility. (Natalie Sandlow/Staff) When Emory University men’s track and field sprinter Liam Fost received the news in March 2020 that the NCAA was shutting down winter sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic, [...]

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The casual cruelty of the phrase ‘throw like a girl’

Even elite female athletes struggle to shake the stigma of 'playing like a girl.' (Athletes pictured, from left: Sarah Fuller, Allyson Felix and Mo'ne Davis) (Ha-tien Nguyen/Photo Editor) This is the final piece of a series of articles for Women’s History Month spotlighting female empowerment through sports.  “You throw like a girl!” When I was [...]

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