Kevin Kilgour

[email protected] | Kevin Kilgour (18B) is from Wichita, Kan., majoring in English and business administration with a concentration in marketing. This past summer, he worked as a communications and development intern at Global Growers Network. Some of his greatest sports accomplishments include predicting Butler’s 2010 Final Four run and leading PAL Group One Eight (gold is our fate) to an Oxford Olympics championship. One of his goals in life is to write Derrick Rose’s biography.

Two Minute Drill With Anders Olsen

William Warby/Flikr Anders Olsen (18C) is an economics major from Atlanta and co-captain of Emory Juice, Emory’s men’s club ultimate team. Emory Juice recently won the Huck Finn 2018 tournament at Washington University in St. Louis (Mo.) on March 31 and April 1. Their season will resume next weekend, on April 28 and 29, at [...]

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Hawks Humbled, Ready for Rebuild

Atlanta Hawks small forward Taurean Prince shoots from deep in a matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers on April 10. Prince shot a franchise record 18 three-pointers in the loss. Kevin Kilgour/Former Sports Editor In the final NBA game played at Philips Arena prior to the upcoming $192 million renovation project, the Atlanta Hawks tacked on [...]

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Dorsey, Collins Lift Hawks in Magic Matchup

Hawks rookie shooting guard Tyler Dorsey goes in for a field goal in a matchup against the Orlando Magic at the Philips Arena on April 1. Dorsey finished with a team-high of 19 points on eight of 11 shooting off the bench. Kevin Kilgour/Senior Staff Writer In a tight battle between two NBA featherweights, the [...]

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Emory’s UAA Reign Hits Two-Decade Mark

Emory dominates the freestyle events at the UAA Championships Feb. 14-17 at the WoodPEC. Both men's and women's teams swept the 200, 400 and 800-yard freestyle relays. Courtesy of Alison Mai The last time Emory’s swimming and diving teams lost the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships, Bill Clinton was president, Google was merely an idea [...]

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Bears Outpace Eagles in Heavyweight Trial

Freshman point guard Romin Williams dribbles through contact in front of a 'whiteout' crowd at the WoodPEC Jan. 19. Parth Mody/Photo Editor Emory men’s basketball entered its weekend homestand hotter than an Atlanta midsummer’s day. Rolling off a 10-game win streak, the Eagles hoped to stretch that to 12 in their games against University of [...]

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