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Bluejay men’s basketball kicked off the 2019-20 season with a 95-63 exhibition win over Division II opponent McKendree.

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Libero Brittany Witt cranes back for a deep hit in the Jays 3-1 win against Georgetown. Creighton starts Big East play off 2-0.

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No. 14 Creighton volleyball started off Big East play with two wins this weekend over Villanova and Georgetown at D.J. Sokol Arena. The Jays have now won 24 straight Big East matches, with their last loss coming in 2017.

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Until the 2016 season, Creighton men’s soccer had earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament 23 of the last 24 years.

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The fall sports season has become a can’t-miss time of year as a fan of Creighton sports. As volleyball has risen to national prominence, men’s soccer has continued its strong play and women’s soccer has made improvements each year.

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It was roughly a year ago that women’s soccer senior defender Haylee Blach suffered a torn ACL in a match against South Dakota, sidelining her for the rest of the season.

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Creighton women’s soccer dropped its two road games in Florida this week against Florida Gulf Coast and Florida Atlantic to cap off the road trip.

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The Bluejays were vaulted over crosstown rival University Nebraska Omaha on Monday night in a 2-1 victory at Morrison Stadium following an 88th minute goal from senior forward Luke Haakenson.

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No. 17 Creighton volleyball now turns its attention to the Bluejay Invitational this upcoming weekend at D.J. Sokol Arena, where the team will take on UNO, Drake, and No. 12 Washington.

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With its eighth annual matchup last Friday, Socctoberfest has cemented itself as an important tradition for Creighton soccer and the Omaha community.But the event has proven to be more than a full stein of beer and a meal ticket. The annual double-header serves as much-needed energy in the l…

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A new era of Creighton men’s soccer kicked off last weekend as Johnny Torres walked the sidelines in his first couple games as head coach. Creighton traveled to North Carolina for matchups against top-10 teams No. 6 UNC and No. 4 Wake Forest.

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When she arrived at Creighton, she transitioned a team from a 3-23 season to 12-18 in her first year. Now – entering her 18th season with the program – head women’s volleyball coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth has seen recognizable prog- ress in her squads each year.This progress and improvement …

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CHELSEA STOVERCreighton baseball head coach Ed Servais stands quietly at the back of the baseball diamond watching over the practice. He analyzes each player as they take their batting practice and field grounders. He watches carefully to determine which players have put in the work.What he …

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Despite repeatedly producing good sea- sons and finding success both in and out of conference player.Creighton baseball has struggled to make things happen in the postseason. The history of this Jays team and postseason results over the past several seasons has been complicated.Creighton fin…

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Creighton’s club sports have en- joyed a year of success, featuring championships, first-time teams and national rankings. According to the Division of Student Life, nearly 500 students participated in club sports across 18 teams last year.Most notably among this year’s club sports accomplis…

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 Creighton basketball alumni and Utah Jazz shooting guard Kyle Korver posted a piece titled “Privileged” that examined his role in 2019’s racial climate as a white man in the majority-black NBA.

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Last Friday, the Creighton men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and men’s and women’s soccer teams hosted “Hangin’ with the Jays,” a youth engagement event that raised over $7,200 toward flood relief in Nebraska and Iowa. During men’s basketball’s two NIT home matchups a few weeks ago, …

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 She takes a few practice swings as the pitcher throws her last warm-up pitch. She slowly walks up to the batter’s box and steps in. What she does next will set the tone for the rest of the game, so she blocks everything else out and focuses on one moment at a time, choosing carefully what p…

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Freshman center Samson Froling will be returning to his home of Australia to pursue professional basketball, head coach Greg McDermott announced today. Froling played in 30 games for the Bluejays off the bench, averaging 3.6 points per game and 1.9 rebounds per game. His top performance came…

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After taking a 33-30 lead into halftime, Creighton’s men’s basketball team fell 71-58 to TCU in the NIT quarterfinals on Tuesday to conclude their season.

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Creighton men’s basketball advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT with a 67-79 over Memphis on Friday night. The win marked their seventh win in the last eight games.

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Creighton men’s basketball defeated Loyola Chicago 70-61 in the first round of the NIT, earning their 7th straight postseason win at home.

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After going winless on a three-game road trip, Creighton men’s basketball returns to the CHI Health Center on Sunday, facing off against Seton Hall. Each of the last three games came down to the wire, with two going into overtime.

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Rivalry week ended with a 66-51 Creighton victory over UNO on Wednesday night. The second consecutive win brought the Bluejays to 3-4 on the season. 

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This weekend saw the Creighton volleyball team continue their dominance of the Big East as they beat Marquette for their fifth-consecutive league championship on their home court Saturday and grab the No. 9 overall seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament.

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After securing the number nine overall seed for the NCAA tournament, Creighton’s women’s volleyball is set to host three games over the weekend at D.J. Sokol Arena.

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Creighton women’s basketball dropped a pair of road games over the last week against South Dakota State and Northern Iowa to fall on 1-3 on the year.

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This Saturday, Creighton men’s basketball has what will be its toughest game of the year when they take on Gonzaga, the number one team in the country per AP. 

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Sophomore guard Ty-Shon Alexander put up 36 points in the finals of the Cayman Islands Classic to help lead Creighton to a win over No. 16 Clemson on Nov. 21.

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Creighton student-athletes, Jacob Epperson, Armando Gandini and Paul Kruse may not share a lot in common, including the sports they play, but they do all relate in the fact that they left their home countries in order to seek the opportunities that Creighton athletics has to offer.