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DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon brings optimism to upcoming season

DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon brings optimism to upcoming season

Parker Asmann

October 15, 2014


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

[slideshow_deploy id='4645'] Optimism and positivity filled the air Tuesday afternoon as DePaul basketball’s annual Tip-Off Luncheon took place inside McGrath-Phillips Arena. Men’s basketball head coach Oliver Purnell and women’s head basketball coach Doug Bruno both addressed feelings from...

Confidence rising: DePaul women’s soccer one of two teams left undefeated in the nation

Confidence rising: DePaul women’s soccer one of two teams left undefeated in the nation

Ben Gartland

October 12, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

A loud standing ovation greeted the DePaul women’s soccer team as they walked over to the stands to acknowledge the fans who came to watch them. DePaul had just beaten Creighton 2-0 off a strong defensive performance and improved their record to 12-0-2 on the year.  Read More »...

DePaul women’s rugby club levels the playing field

DePaul women’s rugby club levels the playing field

Ben Gartland

October 12, 2014


Filed under Features, Sports, Women's Sports

One of the fastest growing sports in the United States is already here at DePaul in the form of the women’s  rugby club team. Read More »...

No goals, no problems: Alex Godinez of DePaul women’s soccer’s success and leadership

No goals, no problems: Alex Godinez of DePaul women’s soccer’s success and leadership

Joseph Troiano

September 28, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

The clock ticks down to zero, the scoreboard reads 3-1, and DePaul’s women’s soccer team walks off the field victorious against the Cincinnati Bearcats, extending their unbeaten streak to nine. The lone goal by the opposing team is only the ninth given up by the Blue Demons this season. A huge...

Dynamic duo found in pair of DePaul volleyball freshmen

Dynamic duo found in pair of DePaul volleyball freshmen

Parker Asmann and Samantha Rivera

September 28, 2014


Filed under Sports, Volleyball, Women's Sports

It’s often rare to see freshmen in the starting line up of a division one athletic program, although, the dynamic duo of Myah Reed and Rachel Breault have put a charge into DePaul’s women’s volleyball team. Whether it’s setting career highs in kills or nabbing the Big East Freshman of the W...

DePaul women’s soccer remains undefeated as they beat Providence 2-1

DePaul women’s soccer remains undefeated as they beat Providence 2-1

Eric Domingo

September 28, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

The Blue Demons (9-0-2, 1-0-1 Big East) remain undefeated as they beat Providence (5-4-2) today 2-1 at Wish Field. DePaul still remains a serious contender to win the Big East, but Alexa Ben believes that the team still has a lot of work to do. “We need to continue on with our great season a...

DePaul women’s soccer ties with Georgetown 3-3

DePaul women’s soccer ties with Georgetown 3-3

Matthew Paras

September 25, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

DePaul women’s soccer undefeated streak lives on, but the manner it was achieved left the team disappointed Thursday. The Blue Demons blew a 3-1 lead in the second half to tie Georgetown in the team’s Big East opener. After scoring their third goal, DePaul let in a Georgetown goal less than ...

For Abby Reed, DePaul women’s soccer is now home

For Abby Reed, DePaul women’s soccer is now home

Matthew Paras

September 21, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

When Abby Reed was deciding on which college to attend in high school, Reed set her eyes on Indiana State. Reed, a standout from Rockford, relished for another chance to play with her sister, Taylor. The two briefly played together in high school when the younger Reed was a freshman and Taylor was a...

Abby Reed’s two goals lift DePaul women’s soccer in second half against Cincinnati

Abby Reed’s two goals lift DePaul women’s soccer in second half against Cincinnati

Matthew Paras

September 18, 2014


Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Sports

After scoring four goals in four games, DePaul sophomore Abby Reed saw her scoring drop off a bit. Reed, a transfer from Indiana State, said she hadn’t been feeling herself the last couple of games. Against Cincinnati, Reed was back. Reed scored two goals early in the second half to lift DePaul to a 3...

Oui are DePaul: Women’s hoops visits France

Oui are DePaul: Women’s hoops visits France

Matthew Paras

September 15, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Women's Sports

In August, DePaul women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno stood on the beaches of Normandy and looked out in the distance. He took in the sight, thinking about what the men who gave up their lives on D-Day 70 years ago sacrificed. He hoped his team did the same. “I think it was good fo...

Blue Demon Rundown: 9-15-14

Blue Demon Rundown: 9-15-14

Matthew Paras

September 15, 2014


Filed under Men's Sports, Sports, Women's Sports

Women's Tennis DePaul women’s tennis received some good news before the season started as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association preseason rankings were released. Junior Ana Vladutu was ranked 80th in singles and joined her doubles partner senior Patricia Fargas in the doubles rankings. The...

Former Blue Demon Allie Quigley hits her stride in WNBA

Former Blue Demon Allie Quigley hits her stride in WNBA

Matthew Paras

September 15, 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....

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