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DePaul women’s soccer ties university-best start in 3-1 win over Illinois State

DePaul women’s soccer ties university-best start in 3-1 win over Illinois State

Matthew Paras

September 3, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]ePaul women’s soccer head coach Erin Chastain knew what Illinois State was capable of before Thursday’s game at Wish Field, remembering a 4-3 overtime loss from last season. So when the Blue Demons went down 1-0 in the 25th minute, Chastain needed her team to overcome a slow start. Read More »...

Women’s soccer win season opener against Central Michigan

Eric Domingo

August 23, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

DePaul’s lady Blue Demons had a great wire-to-wire win Friday against the Central Michigan Chippewas, 2-1. Although it was an overall team effort, Rachel Pitman, a senior defender, Abby Reed, a sophomore forward, and Alejandria Godinez, a junior goalkeeper, were key to DePaul’s win. Pitman scored...

Jill Pizzotti promoted to DePaul women’s basketball associate head coach

Ben Gartland

August 10, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Jill Pizzotti has been elevated to the title of associate head coach of DePaul women’s basketball, head coach Doug Bruno announced Monday. Read More »...

DePaul women’s basketball releases non-conference schedule

DePaul women’s basketball releases non-conference schedule

Ben Gartland

July 31, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports

DePaul women’s basketball will go through a rigorous non-conference schedule before they attempt to defend their Big East crown. Read More »...

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 »...

NCAA’s learning experience for Vladutu

NCAA’s learning experience for Vladutu

Matthew Paras

June 2, 2014


Filed under 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. Vladutu traveled to Athens, Georgia May 21 with head coach Mark Ardizzone to face Kyle McPhillips of UCLA...

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 softball falls in NCAA tournament to Kentucky

Matthew Paras

May 19, 2014


Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

The Blue Demons (44-11) were eliminated Sunday in the regional’s of the NCAA tournament in Lexington, Kentucky, losing 10-1 in an elimination game to Kentucky. DePaul had avoided elimination three separate times during the weekend, but fell in the game that would have caused them to advance. In...

Doug Bruno returns as assistant with Team USA

Doug Bruno returns as assistant with Team USA

Ben Gartland

May 19, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

DePaul women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno will once again join USA basketball to be an assistant coach for the World Championship team. “Coaching USA basketball has always been a thrill because you’re representing the United States of America,” Bruno said. “It doesn’t matter what...

Christensen shines in rookie season

Christensen shines in rookie season

Kelsey Lawson

May 19, 2014


Filed under Softball, Sports

Moving away from home. Learning how to do laundry. Getting yourself to class. Ensuring you eat right. Making the adjustment from high school to college is tough on everyone, but especially so for varsity athletes. In addition to learning how to live on your own, there’s the added pressures of fitting...

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