While the country as a whole may be in a complete downward spiral at the moment, one thing is undeniable: sports are back. This year’s NCAA tournament has been electric. The entire country simultaneously jumped off the couch and live-tweeted its excitement when the University of Maryland, Baltimore County upset
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.
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:
The basketball calendar is filled with big moments sprinkled throughout the year: the marquee matchups on Christmas Day, the slam dunk contest, March Madness, and the NBA Finals just to name a few. However, arguably none of these events are bigger than intramural basketball at Concordia. With the 2016 season
The Cobber women’s basketball team grabbed their nineteenth win of the season last Saturday in an exciting game over St. Thomas, 60-57. The men’s basketball team lost to top-ranked St. Thomas, although they made a nice comeback in the second half, outscoring the Tommies 41 to 32. While the two