Christmas, in March? For basketball fans, that statement could never be more true. March Madness is a month of big dreams for 64 teams competing and a time of bliss, hope and desire for its fans. According to head men’s basketball coach Grant Hemmingsen, March Madness is something for everyone.
Change is difficult to overcome, especially in sports. But for some athletes, like women’s basketball sophomore Lincoln Haiby, change is all that they are used to. Avid Cobber supporters may have noticed that for a majority of last year, Haiby was playing as a small forward. This year, she has
It’s 5 p.m. in Olson Forum. Humidity clouds the area and there are heat waves from constant movement. Sprinters are yelling “track” to clear their paths and jumpers are counting out steps for their next attempts. In one section, shot puts are being thrown into a chain divider. Throughout the
Transition points in a season can be difficult, and the men’s basketball team is currently transitioning from winter break into the the second half of the season. While finding momentum into the second half can be tolling, this year’s team is dealing with a new transition they’re not used to:
For as long as she can remember, sophomore Grace Wolhowe has been spending Saturdays cooped up in a gym with her father, brother, sisters and sometimes even her grandfather working up a sweat, putting up extra shots and working on the game she loves — basketball. For Concordia’s women’s basketball