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Raymond Doby opts out of attending DePaul

Ben Gartland

August 29, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Raymond Doby, a three-star power forward from Saint Louis, Missouri, has reclassified and will not attend DePaul University this year, the University announced in a press release. Doby will instead enroll at a prep school, becoming the fifth recruit to sign a letter of intent to end up opting not...

Sandi Marcius of DePaul men’s basketball signs to play overseas in native Croatia

Sandi Marcius of DePaul men’s basketball signs to play overseas in native Croatia

Matthew Paras

August 27, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

Another former DePaul senior has signed a contract to play professional basketball overseas. Sandi Marcius, last season’s starting center, signed Tuesday with GKK Sibenik of Croatia. Marcius was only at DePaul for one season, having spent four years before joining DePaul as a graduate student. ...

Cleveland Melvin signs contract to play basketball in Hungary

Matthew Paras

August 25, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

[dropcap]F[/dropcap]ormer DePaul forward Cleveland Melvin signed a contract to play overseas basketball in Hungary with the Alba Fehervar. Melvin posted a picture of him signing the contract on his Instagram account Friday. The Alba Fehervar went 15-7 last season and are coached by Tenter Marcel of Romania. They are...

DeJaun Marrero transfers from DePaul men’s basketball

Ben Gartland

July 29, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Men's Sports, Sports

DeJaun Marrero, a red-shirt sophomore forward for men’s basketball, has decided to transfer away from the program. Read More »...

Track and field racks up big awards

Track and field racks up big awards

Ben Gartland

May 19, 2014


Filed under Sports, Track & Field, Track & Field

DePaul’s track and field teams are coming off a strong performance at the Big East Track and Field Championships, as the men won second place and the women placed fourth. The teams also individual accomplishments, with three athletes taking awards at the end of the championship. Xavier Jones won...

DePaul basketball: Cleveland Melvin’s departure means the time for change is now

David Webber

February 17, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Commentary, Men's Sports, Sports

Enough is enough. This is agonizing. This is comical. This is embarrassing. Rip it up, tear it down, and start over from the beginning. There's no other way. Cleveland Melvin's mysterious and untimely departure from DePaul University is the last straw in a long list of mistakes concerning the athletic...

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