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Women’s tennis players to play in postseason tournament

Women’s tennis players to play in postseason tournament

Zachary Holden

May 22, 2016


Filed under Sports, Tennis, Women's Sports

Coming off a disappointing loss in the Big East Championship on May 1, Yuliya Shupenia and Rebeca Mitrea were unsure if their season was over or not. The DePaul women’s tennis team as a whole didn’t qualify for the NCAA Division I Tennis Championship, but there was a chance for the pair to qualif...

Jenkins and Podkowa to move forward overseas

Jenkins and Podkowa to move forward overseas

Zachary Holden

April 17, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

After Megan Podkowa and Chanise Jenkins played their final game as Blue Demons in the Sweet Sixteen loss to Oregon State, their future was unknown. Read More »...

Softball rolls through the Big East

Ben Savage

April 17, 2016


Filed under Softball, Sports, Women's Sports

DePaul softball (19-21, 9-1 Big East) split Saturday’s doubleheader against Butler. After winning the first game via the mercy rule, the Blue Demons lost to Butler 10-1, ending their 12-game winning streak. Read More »...

Former DePaul player Katherine Harry returns as part of the coaching staff

Former DePaul player Katherine Harry returns as part of the coaching staff

Matthew Paras

February 14, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

Katherine Harry watched as Doug Bruno ran practice. She observed as her former head coach taught the distinct screening and cutting that makes up DePaul’s offense. Read More »...

Women’s basketball’s success driven by tempo

Women’s basketball’s success driven by tempo

Ben Gartland

January 24, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

The Blue Demons took until the second quarter to really separate themselves from the Creighton Blue Jays, but DePaul's high-paced offense was able to put up a lot of points quickly. Creighton and DePaul played close in the first, with DePaul nursing a two-point lead at the break, but in the second quarter the Blue Demons...

Sarah Gorden’s journey to being drafted by the National Women’s Soccer League’s Chicago Red Stars

Sarah Gorden’s journey to being drafted by the National Women’s Soccer League’s Chicago Red Stars

Zachary Holden

January 24, 2016


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

When the final whistle blew against Providence on Nov. 3, a match that would finish 1-0 in favor of the Friars, ending DePaul’s season and the collegiate career of defensive stalwart Sarah Gorden, her future was up in the air. She didn’t know if professional soccer or a career in the communications field, her major, would be the ne...

Women’s soccer plugs holes with transfers

Women’s soccer plugs holes with transfers

Ben Gartland

January 10, 2016


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

Junior forward Abby Reed transferred to DePaul in 2014 and has put in 17 goals in the net in two seasons. Junior defender Taylor Schissler transferred to DePaul in 2015 and started all 20 games for the Blue Demons.  Read More »...

High intensity leads women’s basketball

High intensity leads women’s basketball

Matthew Paras

January 10, 2016


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

When DePaul women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno analyzes a season, he looks at progress in three different pillars. Read More »...

Haley Bueser chooses DePaul volleyball at last minute

Haley Bueser chooses DePaul volleyball at last minute

J Samantha Rivera

November 8, 2015


Filed under Sports, Volleyball, Women's Sports

For Division I college sports, student-athletes are most often recruited early into high school for some years. Read More »...

DePaul volleyball’s Smith and Coffey form powerful tandem

DePaul volleyball’s Smith and Coffey form powerful tandem

J Samantha Rivera

October 11, 2015


Filed under Sports, Volleyball, Women's Sports

Screaming at the top of her lungs, you’ll often find sophomore Caitlyn Coffey going up for sets that oftentimes scare even her setter.  Read More »...

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