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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on theeaglecoronavirusproject.com, a separate website created by Eagle staff at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in spring 2020. Articles from that website have been migrated to The Eagle’s main site and backdated with the dates they were originally published in order to allow readers to access them more easily.
The Sports staff discusses the best avenues for the AU Men's basketball team to return to a winning record in the near future.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Ian Gundersen, Lee Clarke, and Andrew Powers make predictions for what will happen in the sports world until August, count their wolves, create toxic NBA locker rooms and say goodbye for the summer.
Hosts Lee Clarke and Ian Gundersen talk about the upcoming World Cup, soccer in the United States and the money problems within the soccer world.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Ian Gundersen, Lee Clarke and Andrew Powers discuss their brackets, favorite moments and biggest upsets of 2022 March Madness.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Ian Gundersen and Lee Clarke talk about American University women's basketball, Tom Brady's un-retirement and Victor Oladipo's new fan service, among other things.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Lee Clarke, and Andrew Powers discuss three contenders for their dream NBA expansion. Liah shares her vision for a Mexico City team, Lee dreams up a new Pittsburgh team and Andrew puts in his pitch for a Montreal team.
The American University men’s basketball team (8-19) defeated the Army Black Knights (13-15) 83-67 behind a strong second-half effort Feb. 19.
The gang discusses the upcoming Super Bowl, their predictions and why they think Justin Timberlake has been invited back to the halftime show three times. Special guest Evan Maynard, a sports staff writer for The Eagle, joins the group this week.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Ian Gundersen, Andrew Powers and Lee Clarke discuss mental health among NBA players, harassment of players and the stereotypes about Philadelphia sports fans. They also discuss Andrew's recent article analyzing Rui Hachimura's return to the NBA.
Hosts Liah Argiropoulos, Ian Gundersen, Andrew Powers and Lee Clarke introduce Section 202 and talk about their most embarrassing and earliest sports-related memories. The group shares how they got into sports journalism and their favorite teams.
From the Newsstands: This story appeared in our December 2021 print edition. You can find the digital version here.
The American University men’s soccer team couldn’t repeat their Patriot League championship status this season after losing 2-1 to Loyola.
The American University men’s soccer team sunk the Navy Midshipmen 4-2 to push on to the Patriot League championship game on Tuesday.
The American University Eagles defeat the Navy Midshipmen 3-1 in the final regular season match of the year and the team’s senior day.
The American University Eagles defeated the Army Black Knights 2-1 in an exciting overtime victory on Oct. 16.
The American University Eagles (4-3-3) and Boston University Terriers (1-8-2) battled to a standstill in a grueling 1-1 tie Saturday.
Soccer is the world’s pastime, and the love of this beautiful game is often passed from generation to generation. For brothers and men’s soccer forwards Jerry and Dilane Zouantcha, that isn’t any different.
After a rough start to the season, the American University Eagles (2-3-1) got a well-earned 2-0 shut-out victory over the Lehigh Mountain Hawks (0-7-1) for their second win of the season.
The Eagles fell to the Santa Clara Broncos 1-0 in their second game of the season, in a contest devoid of offense.