Bob Gibson, all-star Creighton dual-sport athlete and baseball Hall of Famer, died Oct. 2 after a nearly year-and-a-half-long battle with pancreatic cancer.
Former Bluejay guard Kaleb Joseph is using his talents and platform to encourage young people to vote through his Workout for Registration program.
In and out of season, athletes are prepping for their competitions. Whether through drills and scrimmages or strength and conditioning, student-athletes continuously test their bodies physically. Amid those tests, the athletic training staff is always on hand to watch, control and protect at…
With daily testing, 2-square miles and an unconventional end to the 2019-2020 season, the NBA Bubble is one of the first major ways sports adjusted during the pandemic.
In her 33rd year at Creighton and her 26th year in the Athletic Department, executive assistant Patty Galas proves she’s more than just a welcoming face when walking into the Championship Center.
Aside from competing for their respective teams, student-athletes on Creighton’s campus are putting their time and energy into initiatives on and off campus through Creighton’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee chapter.
Much like the rest of campus, Creighton’s Recreation and Wellness team is adjusting to the semester’s list of changes and modifications, leaving intramural competitions with a new approach.
From working in Creighton’s athletic department to manning the COVID-19 screening stations, faculty and staff are settling into different roles on campus amid the pandemic.
Miles and nations away from home, international student-athletes face different circumstances when it comes to home life year-round. Now, those circumstances face new challenges with each announcement made because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As COVID-19 continues to make its impacts on the sports world, it’s being felt at all levels. From professional, to college, even down to high school athletics, athletes are asking questions on the fate of their careers and seasons.
The NCAA voted Monday to extend spring-sport student-athletes eligibility for one season following their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finishing at 19-11 overall and 11-7 in the Big East the women’s basketball team saw an end to their season as the NCAA announced the cancellation of winter and spring sports because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a 77-60 win against Seton Hall on Saturday, Creighton men’s basketball secured the No. 1 seed in next week’s Big East Tournament and a share of its first ever Big East regular season title.
Creighton softball went 2-1 last weekend in the Tiger Classic held in Nashville, Tenn., taking down Rider and Central Connecticut State, but falling to Bowling Green. Creighton now sits at 7-5 on the season.
Creighton softball went 2-2 last weekend in the North Texas Invitational, beating Texas-Martin 2-0 and Abilene Christian 8-6. The Bluejays now sit at 5-4 heading into the Tiger Classic in Nashville this weekend.
Coming off the Jays fourth top 25 win, Creighton men’s basketball has a chance to set a school record for most top 25 wins in a season when it hosts No. 21 Butler on Sunday.
Creighton softball kicks off its season today with a doubleheader in San Antonio, Texas. The Jays are in the H-E-B Classic, where they will face off against Toledo, North Dakota, Texas Southern and Incarnate Ward.
On Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, former Los Angeles Laker Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, along with seven others, lost their lives in a helicopter crash on the way to Gianna’s basketball game that Bryant was set to coach in.
Coming off wins at DePaul and against Xavier last week, Creighton men’s basketball fell one spot short of the AP Top 25 Poll. Currently sitting at 16-5, the Jays travel to face No. 8 Villanova on Saturday.