Eagles Lose on Buzzer-Beater in NCAA Tournament

The Emory men’s basketball team made it to the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament before being eliminated by Pomona-Pitzer Colleges (Calif.) off a last-second buzzer-beater on March 7.  Heading into the tournament, the Eagles had accumulated momentum from their previous games.  “We were playing really well,” Head Coach Jason Zimmerman said. “We [...]

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Atlanta Plays Host to Olympic Trials

On Feb. 29, Atlanta welcomed nearly 700 runners — 235 men and 456 women — for the U. S. Olympic Team Trials. Each runner competed for one of six spots on the 2020 Olympic Team. The course, which consisted of three 8-mile loops and a 2-mile diversion to the finish, was unusually hilly and featured [...]

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Tupanjanin Leaving Behind Well-Defined Legacy

Advertisement As spring rapidly approaches, so does the dreaded end of Emory’s basketball season. The men’s team hopes to go out with a bang in the postseason to cap off a year of great basketball. Sitting at a record of 20-4 overall with one game left in the regular season, and ranking No. 8 in [...]

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Johnson Reflects on Team of the Week Honor

The Emory men’s basketball program was named Division III team of the week by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) for their play between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2. The team, led by Head Coach Jason Zimmerman, defeated University Athletic Association (UAA) opponents University of Chicago (UChicago) and No. 11-ranked Washington University in St. [...]

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Lucas Bumgarner Continues to Dive Through Barriers

A 10-year-old Lucas Bumgarner stood next to the diving board during swim practice, watching and learning. He observed the daring divers as they climbed the ladder to the 1-meter platform and stood — poised on the edge, balancing on their toes with their arms extended. He found something in the bounces, jumps, twists and flips [...]

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