Doug Brookins, the versatile forward from the early 70s, gets the nod as the best #40 in Creighton history over the great George Morrow in WBR’s continuing series, “What’s in a Number?”
Before Creighton heads to Illinois State and Indiana State this weekend, WBR chatted with coach Booth and Alicia Runge.
In a crowded field of candidates for the best #40, two-sport star Daryl Stovall takes the honors in today’s installment of “What’s in a Number?”
Check out highlights of Creighton’s 1-0 win over the Badgers, plus interviews with Ethan Finlay and Jamie Clark!
Join the men’s and women’s Bluejays basketball teams Friday, October 15, for a night of fun.
Only three Creighton Bluejays men’s basketball players have their numbers retired. Meet Paul Silas, one of those men and one of the best rebounders in basketball history.
Creighton improves to 8-6 overall and 3-1 in the Missouri Valley Conference.
The Creighton Volleyball team got off to a rocky start and could not completely recover as they go down to another ranked team.
WBR has video highlights of the Bluejays’ first 4 road matches, courtesy of Creighton Soccer!
WBR catches up with Jamie Clark and Bruce Erickson to talk Creighton Bluejays soccer.
The best Bluejay to wear No. 34 may have been overshadowed by others during his time on the Hilltop, but his numbers are impressive.
John Kelly, father of CU runner Slaine Kelly, shares some photos with WBR!
Kirsten Bernthal Booth and Laurel Sanford talk about this weekend’s matches against nationally ranked Northern Iowa and the Bradley Braves.
The number 33 was retired in honor of Bob Portman years ago, and today our series “What’s in a Number?” takes a look at his extraordinary career.