Surging New Trier gets measure of redemption

New Trier girls basketball team

By Giuliana Allegrotti It was their worst game of the year. Back on Dec. 2, the New Trier girls basketball team lost to conference rival Niles West 52-45. New Trier was sloppy on both ends of the floor; unforced turnovers and lackadaisical defense plagued the team the entire game. They had poor body language and […]

Doyle, Jackson lead Loyola past Missouri State

Loyola sophomore guard Clayton Custer plays defense against a Missouri State player

By Elan Kane Loyola coach Porter Moser did not even realize it had happened until he was asked about it after the game. “That was a six-point play?” Moser said during his postgame press conference. “Yeah, let’s just call that a big segment right there.”

Why They Tri: Why More Women Are Trying Triathlon

By Kathleen McAuliffe In 2010, triathlon became Meredith Atwood’s “escape from reality.” For the attorney and mother of two toddlers, intense workouts became a rare source of peace. Some mornings, it was a 10-mile run. Other mornings, it was a 45-plus mile bike ride or a 1300-meter swim (or 26 lengths of an Olympic pool), […]