Grace Reyer

Grace Reyer (24C) is from Croton-On-Hudson, New York, possibly majoring in business or psychology. Reyer is on the Emory women’s soccer team and is a huge fan of almost every sport.

Women’s and Men’s Tennis Teams Bring Home NCAA Division III Tennis Championship Trophies

Emory's women's tennis team poses with the NCAA Division III National Championship trophy after winning the tournament. This is the Eagles' eighth title since 1996. (Courtesy of Emory Athletics) On May 26, both Emory’s women’s and men’s tennis teams won the 2021 NCAA Division III National Championship in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The women’s team swept the [...]

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The Super League: Soccer’s Biggest Controversy

Soccer’s global popularity is credited to being a sport that is available to everyone around the world — all you need is a ball and your feet. Historically, teams across continents compete and have the chance to become the very best, no matter the club’s past success or financial status. However, the creation of the [...]

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Emory Teams Dominate Weekend Competition; Softball, Track and Field, Baseball and Women’s Tennis Come Away With Victories

As spring continues to settle in, athletic competitions have continued to ramp up. Better yet, As spring continues to roll in and Emory University adjusts to the better weather, the University’s sports teams are making the most out of their returns to play. This past weekend, the softball, track and field, baseball and women’s tennis [...]

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Atlanta Stripped of MLB All-Star Game in Response to Legislation

The MLB released a statement on April 2 announcing the relocation of the 2021 All-Star Game from Atlanta. Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. issued the following statement. "Over the last week, we have engaged in thoughtful conversations with Clubs, former and current players, the Players Association, and The Players Alliance, among others, to listen to [...]

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Golf and Tennis Return to Spring Competition, Softball and Baseball Continue Play

Emory University’s women’s golf, women’s tennis and men’s tennis teams made their season debuts this past weekend, joining the softball, baseball and men’s golf teams in resuming intercollegiate competition. All teams came to win this weekend and here is how each team performed.  Women’s Tennis Dominates Sewanee  The Eagles competed hard on March 20 in [...]

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