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In her nearly four years at AU, women’s basketball senior guard Emily Kinneston has only had one Thanksgiving dinner at home. It included industrial-size serving trays, dozens of folding chairs and enough mashed potatoes to feed an entire Division I basketball team, coaching staff, medical personnel, sports information directors and bus driver.
Alum Andre Ingram signed to play for the Los Angeles Lakers for the remainder of the season on Monday, according to a memo released by the team. Ingram is the second AU alum to play for an NBA team; Kermit Washington, class of 1973, played in the NBA from 1973-1988.
As hundreds of thousands gathered outside the U.S. Capitol Saturday to call for an end to gun violence, American University student organizations protested in the March for Our Lives. The march was largely organized by survivors of February’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which killed 17 people and wounded 17 others.
Da Lifnei Mi Attah Omed: Know before Whom you stand.
No. 3 UCLA crushed No. 14 AU’s hopes of playing in the NCAA Tournament’s second round Saturday afternoon. The Bruins defeated the Eagles 71-60 in Los Angeles, ending AU’s historic season.
AU knew they would need strong defense from the start. The Eagles were energized prior to the beginning of the opening round NCAA Tournament game against UCLA.
The Eagles finished their first (and last) practice in UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion before their first-round battle chanting the team’s word of the season: “together.”
The Eagles are packing up their dancing shoes for the west coast.
The Eagles are going dancing.
The top-seeded AU women's basketball team beat Lafayette 55-35 in the Patriot League quarterfinal Monday evening. The Eagles (24-6, 17-2 PL) will now face Army West Point in the semifinal game on Thursday night in Bender Arena.
The 2017-2018 women’s basketball team shattered the program’s record Saturday, securing their 16th straight win against Lafayette University 74-66. The 2011-2012 team held the previous win streak record with 15 consecutive wins.
The AU women’s basketball team put together another strong team performance Wednesday, widening their lead at the top of the Patriot League standings. The Eagles beat Loyola Maryland 69-56 on Wednesday in Bender Arena. Senior forward Michael Harris and senior guard Emily Kinneston led the team in points, helping AU claim their 13th win in a row.
A heart-racing game in Bender Arena on Saturday tested the women’s basketball team’s championship merit. AU (18-4, 11-0 PL) beat Army West Point 71-63 in overtime, but in the third quarter, the Eagles trailed by as many as 10 points.
The women’s basketball team finished Jan. undefeated with a 67-44 win against Colgate University on Saturday in Bender Arena.
The AU women’s basketball team beat Boston University 66-50 on Wednesday night in Bender Arena with AU President Sylvia Burwell as their guest coach on the sidelines. With this win, the Eagles (14-4, 7-0 PL) continued their eight-game winning streak and undefeated Patriot League season.
Saturdays at AU aren’t special affairs. The library is only slightly less packed than weekdays, campus coffee shops are buzzing with study groups and the quad is lined with foldable tables. Some students set early alarms for internships or jobs, hoping to get another resume-booster. Saturdays don’t involve the words “football game day” because, well, they can’t.
The women’s basketball team won 78-72 in an overtime face-off against Youngstown State Saturday in Bender Arena. The game had a razor-thin scoring margin throughout all four quarters. The teams struggled to separate themselves in five minutes of overtime. After junior forward Cecily Carl’s free throw 20 seconds into overtime, AU kept the lead for the remainder of the overtime period, allowing them to come away victorious from the constant battle.
The AU women’s basketball team won 66-48 over the La Salle University Monday in Bender Arena to start the season with back-to-back victories. Junior forward Cecily Carl gave a standout performance, playing a total of 35 minutes and recording 17 points and seven rebounds.
After a summer of work, the student-led Zero Waste Club and Zero Waste coordinators in the facilities management department have launched a new compost program aimed at making composting easier for students.