Women’s golf wins first tournament since 2013

27 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

In the final stretch of their season, the women’s golf team won their first tournament since 2013, with Greta Bruner taking the individual title in dominant fashion.

NHL backs out of Winter Games

27 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

The National Hockey League has decided that they will no longer disrupt their season to accommodate the Olympics.

The Bleacher Creature

27 April 2017
Justin Guglielmetti, Bleacher Creature

And the 2016-17 MVP goes to…

27 April 2017
Justin Guglielmetti, Apprentice Editor

Don’t shoot me, but Russell Westbrook is not the runaway favorite he’s being made out to be. Though my pick might be unpopular around these parts, there are four legitimate candidates who you couldn’t go wrong in choosing.

The Collegian, or how I learned how to stop worrying and love sports

27 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

Softball sweeps Houston, takes possession of first

27 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

Tulsa took over the conference lead with a sweep of their division rival, the Cougars. With the regular season coming to a close, the Golden Hurricane will look to make a big splash in the postseason.

Montgomery happy with progress

13 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

The Golden Hurricane wrapped up their spring schedule with the Annual Spring Game. Montgomery was pleased, but acknowledged that more work needed to be done.

American approves Wichita State expansion

13 April 2017
Matt Rechtien, Sports Editor

The American has decided to expand the size of the conference once more, bringing Missouri Valley Conference member Wichita State into the fold.

The Bleacher Creature

13 April 2017
Justin Guglielmetti, Bleacher Creature

NBA Playoff Preview: Golden State prepared to dominate

13 April 2017
Justin Guglielmetti, Apprentice Editor

The Warriors and Cavaliers will look to continue their Finals rivalry for the third year running, but don’t be shocked if an underdog emerges from the East. LeBron and company have faltered down the stretch and opened the door for several more contenders.