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Former Blue Demon Allie Quigley hits her stride in WNBA

Former Blue Demon Allie Quigley hits her stride in WNBA

Matthew Paras

September 14, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Features, Sports, Women's Sports

After a season with the Chicago Sky in 2013, Sky head coach Pokey Chatman hoped the Sky could retain former Blue Demon Allie Quigley. Chatman was worried another team would lure her in free agency. “You’ve got to understand when I was in Europe, I was watching her every year,” Chatman said....

Nike Training Center comes to The Ray

Nike Training Center comes to The Ray

Serena Phillips

July 8, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

Setting goals and keeping them has always been one of the major struggles for those trying to lead a healthy and fit lifestyle, but the Nike Training Club at DePaul uses face-to-face motivation, as well as technological integration via the NTC app, to track workouts, create new goals, and celebrate fitness...

How to keep running during the hot summer months

How to keep running during the hot summer months

Mariah Woelfel

July 7, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]etween July and August this summer, AccuWeather estimates five days that will be in the seventies, while the rest will consistently reach the mid-eights and beyond. With high temperatures, a beating sun, and humidity, it’s time to start thinking about the ways to maintain that awe...

DePaul athletics fields concerns of season ticket holders during meetings

Matthew Paras

July 6, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

The DePaul athletic department hosted a series of meetings with season ticket holders to discuss the past and future for the men’s basketball program over the course of four different dates. Read More »...

Saying goodbye: Senior athletes aim high

Saying goodbye: Senior athletes aim high

Ben Gartland and Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

With the year coming to a close, many seniors in DePaul athletics are saying goodbye and moving on to a career. As the NCAA tournament concluded with a loss to Texas A&M in the Sweet Sixteen, DePaul forward Jasmine Penny knew the game was her last game of organized basketball she would ever pla...

NCAA a learning experience for Vladutu

NCAA a learning experience for Vladutu

Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

One of the biggest honors for a collegiate tennis player is to make the NCAA's singles tournament. Up until 2014,  no woman had that honor in DePaul tennis history. DePaul sophomore Ana Vladutu was the first. Read More »...

Cirque DePaul: Airfit workout comes to Chicago

Cirque DePaul: Airfit workout comes to Chicago

Clare Edlund

May 27, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports

There’s a new, casual approach to working out — or hanging out. This suspension- training program, which started in 2010 (during an economical crisis), is slowly making its name in Chicago. Founder Shama Patel, striving to revolutionize fitness, left her professional attorney job to introduce a new work...

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