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DePaul interim head coach Tim Anderson talks with freshman forward Romeo Weems during DePaul’s game against the University of Chicago on Wednesday at Wintrust.

Tim Anderson steps into head coaching role in Leitao’s absence

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor November 11, 2019

Moving over one seat on the bench in college basketball might not seem like a huge change, but when that seat takes someone from the assistant coach to the head coach of program, that is a major change...

DePaul senior defender Max De Bruijne walks off the field after losing 1-0 to Marquette on Wednesday at Wish Field.

Short-handed offense dooms DePaul men’s soccer season

Nate Burleyson, Assistant Sports Editor November 11, 2019

It was an up-and-down season for the men’s soccer team. Head coach Mark Plotkin’s squad couldn’t find a groove, and even with flashes of positive things to come, injuries and lack of offense held...

Wish Field, located in Lincoln Park.

“Red Line rivalry” highlights soccer attendance issue

Nicholas Moreano, Contributing Writer September 23, 2019

Under the lights at Loyola Soccer Park on Friday, Sept. 13, the DePaul men’s soccer team awaited for the whistle to blow to start the game against Loyola-Chicago. As the Blue Demons stood with anticipation...

DePaul club hockey goalie Rodolfo Hodgson Jr. makes a save during the game on Friday at Johnny’s Ice House West.

DePaul hockey closed out by Indiana in opening weekend

Ryan Gilroy, Staff Writer September 23, 2019

DePaul’s ice hockey team skated away after two heartbreaking losses during their opening weekend on Friday and Saturday. For both games, the Blue Demons faced off against Indiana University. Friday...

The DePaul Men's Soccer Team celebrate as Sophomore midfielder Youssef Ramadan scores the first goal of the game against Drake University. The Blue Demons beat Drake 3-0 on Monday at Wish Field.

Offense helps DePaul men’s soccer secure season’s third win

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor September 10, 2019

DePaul’s defense has been the story in their first three games of the season, but against Drake on Monday, the Blue Demons’ attack exploded for three goals—which was good enough to defeat the Bulldogs...

DePaul men's soccer defeats Northern Illinois in first game of Chicago Classic

DePaul men’s soccer defeats Northern Illinois in first game of Chicago Classic

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor August 31, 2019

The DePaul men’s soccer team kicked off their 2019 season by defeating Northern Illinois 2-1 in the first game of the Chicago Classic at Wish Field on Friday. The Blue Demons scored both goals courtesy...

Freddy Thomas averaged 74.41 during the fall season, second on the team behind Joe McCarthy. 
(Photo courtesy of DePaul Athletics)

Golf swings into spring season

Andrew Hattersly, Assistant Sports Editor February 19, 2018

After nearly four months off, the DePaul men’s golf team returned to the course for the spring portion of their schedule last week competing in the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play. Senior Freddy Thomas...

Men's soccer optimistic after spring matches

Men’s soccer optimistic after spring matches

Zachary Holden May 22, 2016

After a 5-13-1 season last year where the DePaul men’s soccer team won four of its five games in the final stretch, the team is looking forward to another season of improvement. With their spring...

The track athlete who beat cancer and dreams of an animation career

The track athlete who beat cancer and dreams of an animation career

Ben Savage April 24, 2016

Googling “Chaz Bottoms” probably isn’t a common experience for students at DePaul. If you decided to search that two-word phrase — maybe you overheard someone say it at a party, it’s probably...

Steph Curry is leading a three-point revolution

Steph Curry is leading a three-point revolution

Matthew Paras April 17, 2016

Denis Alibegovic knew from the Golden State Warriors’ ascension to greatness that Stephen Curry would become his favorite player. The Downers Grove South guard was simply in awe of Curry’s ability. “His...

DePaul men's soccer returns to relevance

DePaul men’s soccer returns to relevance

Zachary Holden November 8, 2015

Eleven games into the season, the DePaul men’s soccer team was 1-10-0 and 0-2-0 in the Big East. At the time, a Big East Tournament berth seemed implausible. All season long there were doubts...

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