Brendan Crowley

Bradley Hayes: Stepping Into The Spotlight

Bradley Hayes: Stepping Into The Spotlight

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11/06/2015

In just ten minutes, Bradley Hayes saved his college career. During last year’s Round of 32 NCAA tournament game against Eastern Washington, Georgetown Head coach John Thompson III was forced to put the seldom-used seven-footer into the game, after big men Joshua Smith and Mikael Hopkins each picked up two quick fouls. The presence of…

Rise and Fire: Coming back to Tiger

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04/09/2015

On Tuesday, as he sat fielding questions ahead of the 2015 Masters, Tiger Woods resembled an aging President. Woods, almost unrecognizable, fielded question after question, each of which danced around the same theme: did the 14-time major champion still have it? After over a decade of sustained dominance, Woods, like a lame-duck Commander-in-Chief, has come…

Rise and Fire: Only a pawn in their game

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02/26/2015

On Thursday, Feb. 19, at around 3 p.m., Jerian Grant, a senior and standout basketball player at the University of Notre Dame, asked his nearly 7,000 Twitter followers a simple question. “Is my brother still on the Sixers?!?!” It was a fair inquiry. His brother, Jerami, was is in fact still a member of the…

Rise and Fire: The Unlikely Heroes Club

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02/05/2015

When the clock struck zero at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday night, 24 year-old Malcolm Butler stood in disbelief at the center of the field, slowly shaking his head as he fielded questions from NBC’s Michele Tafoya. The former standout at Division II West Alabama University had emerged as the unlikely…

Éire Jordan: Basketball in Ireland

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01/22/2015

“Alright Brendan, you’re going to come off these two screens, get the ball, then just look to score or pass it off if you don’t have anything. Ok?” With seven seconds left, in my first game as a member of the Trinity College Dublin basketball team, my coach, who I had met just a week…

Mickelsatire: Crowley Does the Masters

Mickelsatire: Crowley Does the Masters

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04/15/2014

Area Golfers Head to Local Courses, Remember How Shitty They Are at Golf BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA – After four straight days of Masters binge-watching, throngs of area golfers hit the links this week, hoping to find their form despite having not played since this time last year. “It’s the most entertaining few days of my year,”…

Baseball struggles against Xavier

Baseball struggles against Xavier

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04/09/2014

The Georgetown men’s baseball team (12-16, 0-3 Big East) received a rude welcome to Big East play this weekend, losing three straight games at the hands of the Xavier Musketeers (16-13, 3-0 Big East), who are newcomers to the conference this season. The Hoyas were plagued by sloppy play in the field all weekend, committing…

Looking Back: “El Duque” and the 1998 Yankees

Looking Back: “El Duque” and the 1998 Yankees

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04/07/2014

On Christmas Day in 1997, Orlando Hernandez, a thirty-two year old Cuban baseball star, boarded a small boat and set sail for the United States. Hernandez, often known simply by his nickname “El Duque,” was a man seeking greener pastures; a year earlier, he had been banned from Cuban baseball amidst allegations that he had…

Rise and Fire: You can’t handle the truth

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04/03/2014

The world of college athletics was turned on its head Wednesday, and it only took 24 pages of writing. Peter Sung Ohr, of the National Labor Relations Board, issued a decision last week that gives football players at Northwestern University the power to unionize, a landmark decision for college athletics Ohr’s ruling validates the Northwestern…

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