Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.
The Eagle
Delivering American University's news and views since 1925
Friday, May 24, 2024
The Eagle

Sports Features

The Eagle

Mens' basketball falls to 2-1 in Patriot League

·

The Men's Basketball team finished Saturday's Patriot League clash against visiting Lehigh on an offensive stretch colder than the frigid air bearing down on D.C. With at least a tie for the PL lead on the line, the Eagles did not make a field goal for the last 10:34 of the game, including one overtime session.


The Eagle
Sports

Mountain Hawks prey on Eagles

After opening their Patriot League season in such promising fashion, the Lady Eagles suffered a critical blow on Saturday losing 69-55 to Lehigh at Bender Arena. "Our offensive execution was poor and we didn't take care of the ball," AU head coach Shann Hart said.



The Eagle
Sports

Easy layup for AU over winter break

Sometimes a five-game losing streak is just what a team needs to awaken a sleeping giant. And that sleeping giant is the AU Women's Basketball team, picked to finish second in the Patriot League.



The Eagle
Sports

Men's B-ball torpedoes Navy

Navy had no answer for AU senior guard Andres Rodriguez, who set a school and conference record with 19 assists Wednesday night. Nor did they have an answer for freshman guard Andre Ingram, who scored a career-high 27 points, including eight three pointers, in the same game.



The Eagle
Sports

Say no to 'roids

Sports columnist Adam Montgomery discusses the dangers of steroids, as prompted by the raid of BALCO labs in early September


The Eagle
Sports

Eagles split tourney

AU Women's Basketball lost a close contest on Saturday to No. 25 Arizona by a score of 75-63, then came back Sunday to rout Utah State 60-41. Both games were part of the Fiesta Bowl Classic, hosted by the University of Arizona.


The Eagle
Sports

New AD takes over

Learn Dr. Joni Comstock's name. AU's new athletic director takes over today and with her at the helm, bounds are limitless and excitement is high.


The Eagle
Sports

Volleyball drops to No. 25 Terrapins

The team on the losing end of a 3-0 volleyball match doesn't always have much to be happy about. AU was an exception Friday night in College Park, Md., in its first-round match with No. 25 Maryland in the NCAA Tournament before a loud crowd of 1,012, about a fifth were Eagles fans.


The Eagle
Sports

Inspired Eagles stomp UNCG

Almost two weeks ago, AU Men's Basketball opened its home campaign with a groggy, uninspired effort against Delaware - a game that ended as a 72-63 Eagle loss.


The Eagle
Sports

Volleyball NCAA's close to home

AU's first four trips to the NCAA Tournament involved hectic treks to Colorado and Kentucky and a battle with ice in North Carolina. But for its fifth, the Eagles won't have to travel to the end of the Green Line.


The Eagle
Sports

Countdown

AU's Sports Desk aspires to start rivalries with at least ten other schools, and here they are in our regular Sports Countdown feature.


The Eagle
Sports

Silver lining for Mens' Basketball

It took longer than they would have liked, but after tough losses at home against Delaware on Nov. 26 and at Fairleigh Dickinson on Saturday, the Eagles snatched their first win of the season with an 83-69 win at Radford Tuesday. AU moves to 1-3 with the win while Radford drops to 3-2.


The Eagle
Sports

Eagles down the Mount

The AU Women's Basketball team bounced back from its first defeat of the season to beat Mount St. Mary's 72-62 Wednesday night in Emmittsburg, Md., to improve its record to 3-1 on the young season. The Eagles were led by Chanel Spriggs, who bounced back from a rough shooting game to score 16 points and lead a balanced Eagles attack, which featured five double-digit scorers.


The Eagle
Sports

The AU Football fantasy

Columnist Ian Quillen says he once tried to start a college football program here at AU. "I recruited some solid blue-collar players, secured a position in the reforming Big East and designed striking AU blue and red uniforms as well as a reasonable 30,000-seat stadium named Quillen Memorial Field, despite the fact that I'm not dead yet."



Section 202 host Gabrielle and friends go over some sports that aren’t in the sports media spotlight often, and review some sports based on their difficulty to play. 



Powered by Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2024 The Eagle, American Unversity Student Media