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UFC 202: Still Bored

Quinten Hayley, Sport's Editor

August 31, 2016

Filed under Sports

The foundation in which the Ultimate Fighting Championship is impressed upon is becoming brittle, much like the fighter’s progressively softening noggins. The juvenile marketing tactics employed by Dana White and his constituents...

Drug Athletes for Entertainment

Quinten Hayley, Sport's Editor

August 31, 2016

Filed under Sports

Sports are a human construct, and so are drugs. Well, at least some of them. Athletes have been using Performance Enhancing Drugs since the term was invented to describe what they were doing. It occurs in every level of play...

Ibtihaj Muhammad – My Favorite American at #RIO2016

Vandy B. Manyeh

August 31, 2016

Filed under Sports

Ibtihaj Muhammad won a bronze medal, but the fact that she became the first American Olympian to compete wearing a hijab, thereby breaking a major barrier, is the simple reason why she was my favorite American at Rio 2016. Muslim...

Leicester English Premier League Biggest shock amongst soccer fans

Vandy Manyeh, News reporter

May 11, 2016

Filed under Sports

For the first time in more than 20 years, a team other than Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City has won the most watched and followed soccer league in club soccer. Leicester clinched the trophy despite a d...

Track and Field invitational incites recruitment regiment

Quinten Hayley, Sports Editor

May 11, 2016

Filed under Sports

  The College of DuPage track and field team competed in the Rankin/Peoehlein invitational last weekend in Lafayette, Ind. Although this year’s roster lacked quantitatively, some team members managed impressive feat...

Narrow Doubleheader leave women’s Softball longing

Quinten Hayley, Sports Editor

May 3, 2016

Filed under Sports

  The Chaparrals Division III Women’s Softball team experienced bittersweet victory last Friday in their double header versus South Suburban College. They lost the first game but won the second, the scores of which were 10-9...

Chap’s baseball’s success stunted by Kankakee in home game

Quinten Hayley, Sports Editor

April 20, 2016

Filed under Sports

The Chaparral men’s baseball team’s winning streak ended, April 14 in their game versus Kankakee here at the College of Dupage; they lost 11-6. This comes as a surprise as, before this game, the team maintained an impressive...

Afghanistan Women’s Soccer Team Embraces Culture with New Uniforms

Miranda Shelton, Reporter

March 15, 2016

Filed under Sports

The Afghanistan Women’s National Soccer Team has officially changed the game of soccer as we know it. They have partnered with the Danish sportswear company Hummel to create an official uniform that includes a built in hijab,...

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