CU head coach Jamie Clark helps lay out the attack and midfield for his first Bluejays squad.
Join us for our first WBR:Live blog of the season and participate in the showdown with Nebraska.
Check out Adam Streur’s pics from Creighton’s season-opening win against San Francisco at Sokol Arena.
Today’s entry in WBR’s continuing series, “What’s in a Number?” looks at the greatest player to wear #4, Ben Walker.
The Bluejays win their second exhibition match of the fall, a few days before starting the season in Chicago.
The Bluejays take on the Huskers on Tuesday night. Sokol Arena is sold out. Will it be mostly Blue or Red?
Can Creighton return to the NCAA Tournament?
WBR’s series “What’s in a Number?” takes a look at three players who wore the number 3, and concludes that Nick Porter was the best.
A slew of directional schools make their way to Omaha in the non-conference, while the Bluejays play three BCS schools on the road.
As part of WBR’s continuing series, “What’s in a Number?”, we look at the best player to wear #1 in Creighton history, Justin Carter.
CU hosts the Bluejay Invitational Friday and Saturday. Get ready for the matches here!
WBR’s ambitious 37-part series “What’s in a Number?” kicks off today with number Double Zero: big man Benoit Benjamin.
It’s been another month since the last Around the Rim. That means we’re one month closer to basketball season!
Who are the greatest players to wear each number in the history of Creighton hoops? In this special 37-part series, WBR will examine one number every day until the start of practice!