Emory Eagles

The Emory men’s soccer team finished its season with a draw against the No. 3 University of Rochester (N.Y.) on the road. The final score of 0-0 on Nov. 3 is reflective of the Eagles’ season of mixed highs and ...

The Emory women’s volleyball team swept the competition this weekend at the Emory National Tournament. The Eagles won 3-0 against Transylvania University (Ky.), Otterbein University (Ohio), Berry College (Ga.) and Tufts University (Mass.) and 3-1 against Whitworth University (Wash.). The ...

The Emory women’s soccer team pulled off a rare 9-0 victory against Oglethorpe University (Ga.) on Sept. 6 but slipped 1-0 to Rowan University (N.J.) on Sept. 9. Against Oglethorpe, the Eagles maintained control from the outset and set themselves ...

With 18 varsity sports and 20 NCAA Division-III national championships, nobody would dare say that Emory is lacking in athletic ability and achievement. The only noticeable thing missing from our sports scene is possibly the highest profile sport in the ...

The Emory men’s soccer team continued their hot stretch this season with a 5-1 win over Rhodes College (Tenn.) on Saturday. The team took a long 9-hour bus ride to get to the Warrior Classic in Hendrix, Arkansas. Although many ...

The women’s soccer team continued their impressive start to the season last Friday, tying Trinity University (Texas), the top-ranked Division III team in the nation. It was a highly anticipated match. As the No. 1 team in the country, Trinity ...

The men’s soccer team continued their hot start to the season, sweeping the Berry Invitational to run their record to 3-0-1. The 24th-ranked Eagles shut out the Ohio Northern University Polar Bears 3-0 on Saturday before edging the Ramapo College ...

The 30th-ranked baseball team walked off of the diamond with a 15-9 win at Berry College on Tuesday night. The leading factor behind the win was the Eagles’ offense, which earned 15 runs on 13 hits. With the win, Emory ...

The women’s tennis team, ranked third nationally, faced off with the 11th-ranked DePauw University (Ind.) Tigers this past weekend at the Woodruff P.E. Center.   After falling to the Tigers in two of the three doubles matches, the Eagles rebounded ...