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SPORTS

Spring Sports Preview

The Emory Wheel interviewed members of Emory’s spring sports teams for a more in-depth look at the coming season’s challenges and potential for progress. Men’s Tennis – Head Coach John Browning According to Browning, this...

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On This Date in History: Kobe’s Historic Night

14 years ago on this day, Kobe Bryant made NBA history.  The Los Angeles Lakers’ legend scored 81 points in a game against the Toronto Raptors, landing him No. 2 all-time on the single-game scoring list. Bryant put himself right...

Maki is in a Lane of Her Own

“You have a gift for swimming. Don’t stop here.” When freshman swimmer Caroline Maki was just 6 years old, her coach expressed these words of encouragement and gave her a participation ribbon after she had just competed in her...

Eagles Drop to 5-2 With Loss to Oglethorpe

The Emory women’s basketball team soared to a 68-46 victory over the Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) Tigers on Nov. 26 before losing to the No. 19 Oglethorpe University (Ga.) Stormy Petrels 76-72 on Dec. 3. The...

Hawks Fall to No. 14 in East

The Atlanta Hawks lost 125-113 to the Minnesota Timberwolves (Minn.) on Nov. 25 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, their seventh straight consecutive loss. The Hawks now hold a 4-13 record and have fallen to No. 14 in the Eastern...

Wheel Staff Remember Top Moments from 2010s

In just a few weeks, the world will celebrate the beginning of a new year and the end of a storied decade. The 2010s were jam-packed with monumental social and cultural movements, mind-blowing technological innovations,...

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SPORTS

Spring Sports Preview

The Emory Wheel interviewed members of Emory’s spring sports teams for a more in-depth look at the coming season’s challenges and potential for progress. Men’s Tennis – Head Coach John Browning According to Browning, this...

On This Date in History: Kobe’s Historic Night

14 years ago on this day, Kobe Bryant made NBA history.  The Los Angeles Lakers’ legend scored 81 points in a game against the Toronto Raptors, landing him No. 2 all-time on the single-game scoring list. Bryant put himself right...

Scheckter Breaks School Shot-put Record

Emory’s basketball, swimming and diving, and track and field teams competed in the first matchups of the semester over the past week. Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to New York University (NYU) and Brandeis...

Off the Court with Jason Zimmerman

Jason Zimmerman has constructed one of the nation’s best basketball programs since he became the Head Coach of Emory men’s basketball team in 2007.  Zimmerman boasts a 214-103 record over his 12 season career, which includes a...

Maki is in a Lane of Her Own

“You have a gift for swimming. Don’t stop here.” When freshman swimmer Caroline Maki was just 6 years old, her coach expressed these words of encouragement and gave her a participation ribbon after she had just competed in her...

Eagles Drop to 5-2 With Loss to Oglethorpe

The Emory women’s basketball team soared to a 68-46 victory over the Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) Tigers on Nov. 26 before losing to the No. 19 Oglethorpe University (Ga.) Stormy Petrels 76-72 on Dec. 3. The...

Hawks Fall to No. 14 in East

The Atlanta Hawks lost 125-113 to the Minnesota Timberwolves (Minn.) on Nov. 25 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, their seventh straight consecutive loss. The Hawks now hold a 4-13 record and have fallen to No. 14 in the Eastern...

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