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The Bluejays shoot lights out from behind the arc in the first half to roll to an easy exhibition victory. Photos from the game inside.
WBR ranks the Top 10 Moments in Creighton Athletics in 2013.
Take a trip down memory lane as WBR examines the visual history of Creighton’s athletic branding.
Bluejays baseball takes on SIU this weekend, a few days after beating Kansas at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha
[caption id="attachment_24209" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Congrats to Megan Bober, recipient of the Carl M. Reinert, S.J., Scholar-Athlete of the Year award at the 2013 Creighton Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet (Mike Spomer/WBR).[/caption] Find more photos like this on WBR’s Flickr account!
Leah McNary and the Bluejays volleyball team beat Nebraska at the NU Coliseum Friday during a spring exhibition match.
Congrats to Sarah Nelson for her work in the classroom and on the court.
Creighton heads to Indiana State for a final weekend series in Terre Haute.
Congrats to Creighton men’s basketball for finishing 21st in the final USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll.
Creighton and Nebraska are scheduled to renew their baseball rivalry Tuesday in Lincoln.
The Bluejays celebrate a weekend sweep of Bradley in baseball.
[caption id="attachment_23942" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Associate Head Coach Spencer Allen has made an instant impact on the Creighton Bluejays baseball team. The Jays are second in the Valley in batting average through the first third of the season after finishing last in the league in numerous offensive categories in 2012. (Mike Spomer/WBR)[/caption] Find more photos like […]
[caption id="attachment_23890" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Four years ago today, on April 4, 2009, Creighton softball coach Brent Vigness won his 500th career game at CU. Here’s Coach Vigness instructing a few Bluejays (Adam Streur/WBR)[/caption] Find more photos like this on WBR’s Flickr account!