Like a sports franchise with a developmental system, radio talent requires training and critiquing too. With a new year, the time has come for high school graduates to step up to the next level.
Cardinals ready for Red October
After being denied the World Series trophy for the past two years, the third time could be the charm for the St. Louis Cardinals this October.
Michael Sam Takes Next Step
Well, it’s September, and Michael Sam is still in the news. I said that the next time I would write about Sam would be when it was athletically warranted, and now it is.
L&C’s Lewis Bain Earns All-American, No. 14 in Nation
When most people talk about national sports, community colleges typically don’t enter the discussion. Golfer Lewis Bain has since shattered this perception.
Unexpected Guests Preach About Wickedness
On April 28, Lewis and Clark Community College played host to some uninvited guests, an unspecified religious group with a message for the masses.
World Wrestling Entertainment Loses A Warrior
On April 14, wrestling fans gathered for a 10-bell salute and tribute show to the fallen, “Ultimate Warrior.”
L&C Tennis Teams to Represent at Nationals
For the Lewis and Clark tennis teams, the effort is about to finally pay off. Both the men’s and women’s squads have a chance at titles.
SLU Silenced in March Madness
The NCAA basketball national title tournament is more than a tournament, it is a chance for a team’s ultimate dream to come true. However, some just don’t make the cut, which is the position that St. Louis University finds itself in now.
Bringing The Fight: MMA On The Olympic Stage
Boxing, judo, taekwondo, and wrestling are the four Olympic fighting styles that also contribute to the sport of Mixed Martial Arts, and its most popular league, the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Now the Olympic landscape is about to mix things up.
Coming Out of the Locker Room
Earlier in 2014, after defensive end Michael Sam completed his football career at the University of Missouri, he publicly came out as gay. If he is drafted into the NFL, which is likely, he will be the first openly gay active player in NFL history.