• BU's Mighty Mouse

    The Bradley women's tennis team is off to a 7-8 start with wins over two teams that beat them a year ago. One reason for the Braves early success is number two player Sarah Rodefeld, who's making a big impact in her junior year.

  • Michigan's Max Bielfeldt is Sweet 16 bound

    Peoria Notre Dame grad Max Bielfeldt is enjoying NCAA March Madness on the Sweet 16 Michigan Wolverines.

  • NCAA tournament keeps fans away from work

    EAST PEORIA, Ill. -- Sixteen NCAA tournament games jammed into 12-hours of college basketball action. For some the next two days are a holiday. Which may explain why Thursday and Friday are considered some of the least productive work days of the year.

  • CIT game on campus brings back memories at BU

    PEORIA, Ill. -- For the first time in over 30 years the men's basketball team at Bradley University will play a post-season tournament game on campus Wednesday night.

  • Illini's Magic Numbers- 3-19-13

    The Illini have been targeting March 19th all year.

  • Future Illini guards will play in Peoria

    Top Illini recruits Jaylon Tate and Kendrick Nunn are stars for Chicago Simeon. They will head downstate to Peoria this weekend for the IHSA State Finals before heading farther downstate to Champaign next fall.

  • IWU Sweet Sixteen

    The Illinois Wesleyan men make a conference call in Saturday's NCAA tournament game. The Titans visit fellow CCIW member North Central in a Sweet 16 match-up on Saturday night.

  • Bradley to play in the CIT

    PEORIA, Ill. – The Bradley men's basketball team has accepted an invitation to play in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT), ending a three-year postseason drought.

  • Peoria Pipeline- 20 years of Peoria preps to Illini

    Jerry Hester started the streak in 1993. DJ Richardson will end the streak in 2013. For 20 years, a Peoria prep player has been on the Illini roster.

  • BU Falls in St. Louis

    The Bradley Braves don't need to unpack. The Braves make a one-and-done trip to Arch Madness, losing to Drake 81-66 in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.

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