What to take away from the 2014 World Cup

Posted by on Jul 16, 2014 in Featured, Press Box, Sports | 0 comments

I’m not sure whether I should envy or pity anyone who managed to avoid watching, talking or thinking about the World Cup for the past month. On the one hand, there isn’t a major void in their daily routines where the Cup once was.They’re not constantly checking the ESPN app for score updates or tweeting about questionable amounts of stoppage time being added after regulation. But on the other hand, they missed out on all of the fun. All of it.

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MLB first half recap

Posted by on Jun 29, 2014 in Sports | 0 comments

As Major League Baseball (MLB) closes in on the Midsummer Classic (also known as the All-Star Game played July 15 at Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins), it is time for a mid-season report in case your summer nights have been filled with laughter, fishing, and s’mores instead of watching baseball games.

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Wake Forest basketball to see changes on the court

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Men's Basketball, Sports | 0 comments

It has been a big spring and summer for Wake Forest basketball thus far. While many who keep up with the program knew that changes would come when former head coach Jeff Bzdelik resigned from leading the Demon Deacons, no one knew exactly what those changes would be. Now that Danny Manning has arrived in Winston-Salem and began to tinker with the program, a few former Deacon players have decided to part ways with Wake Forest, while new players have decided to give Manning and Mother So Dear a shot.

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US Open represents the good in golf

Posted by on Jun 17, 2014 in Sports | 0 comments

It is one of the greatest and oldest tradition in sports. The U.S. Open brings the best golfers from around the world to a single location to prove their golfing prowess despite tough field conditions.

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Martin Kaymer wins the US Open

Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in Men's Golf, Sports | 0 comments

Over 1.6 million dollars. That is the amount of money that the winner of the 114th US Open was granted at the conclusion of the four day tournament hosted by Pinehurst Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C. That is also the amount of money that first time US Open champion Martin Kaymer took home June 15 when he outright won the US Open by eight strokes over Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton.

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Despite finishing two-over-par for the day, Kaymer holds onto five stroke lead

Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in Men's Golf, Sports | 0 comments

Another day, another lead for German golfer Martin Kaymer. Heading into weekend play at the 114th U.S. Open, Kaymer held a sizable six stroke lead, which was reduced to a still solid five strokes after June 14’s play. Kaymer looked as if he was beginning to hit a wall at the U.S. Open with a few missed puts and botched drives, but just once people thought the Dusseldorf native would collapse, he responded.

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