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    DePaul Cruises Past Drake

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  • 05.

    DePaul Wins, No Place Like Home

    Jim Niendorff / WeAreDePaul.com Senior Writer

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    DePaul vs. Drake Game Preview

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    DePaul's Pressure, Podkowa, Cook SDSU

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  • 02.

    DePaul Inks Three for 2015

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  • 03.

    Katherine Harry: A Whirlwind Winner

    Jim Niendorff / WeAreDePaul.com Senior Writer

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  • 04.

    DePaul Cruises Past Drake

    Steve Newhouse / WeAreDePaul.com Publisher

    Full Story
  • 05.

    DePaul Wins, No Place Like Home

    Jim Niendorff / WeAreDePaul.com Senior Writer

    Full Story
  • 06.

    DePaul vs. Drake Game Preview

    Steve Newhouse / WeAreDePaul.com Publisher

    Full Story
  • 01.

    DePaul's Pressure, Podkowa, Cook SDSU

    Jim Niendorff / WeAreDePaul.com Senior Writer

    Full Story
  • 02.

    DePaul Inks Three for 2015

    Steve Newhouse / WeAreDePaul.com Publisher

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Katherine Harry: A Whirlwind Winner

    Jim Niendorff / WeAreDePaul.com Senior Writer

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Greg Williams

Williams aiming for big junior year

This past weekend’s visit to Lewisville, N.C., didn’t go exactly as hoped for Lynchburg (Va.) Genesis Academy, as the team struggled in its two games at the Prep Phenom Showcase.

DePaul Numbs New Mexico 97-59

DePaul Numbs New Mexico 97-59

CHICAGO- DePaul coach Doug Bruno said after Sunday’s game against New Mexico that a team can’t be good at everything early in the season. But his No. 18/18 Blue Demons are off to a good start.

DePaul Depth Taxes Texas Pan-Am

DePaul Depth Taxes Texas Pan-Am

CHICAGO- In last night’s loss to No. 5 Texas A&M, DePaul had two players in double figures. The 24-hours that followed that game led to not just addition, but also to multiplication.

No. 18 DePaul Edged By No. 5 Texas A&M

No. 18 DePaul Edged By No. 5 Texas A&M

CHICAGO- DePaul women’s basketball coach Doug Bruno said in the preseason that games against top five ranked Connecticut, Notre Dame, and Texas A&M were not “break” games, but they were “make” games. And Fri. night versus A&M, his team almost made it.

DePaul Wins Opener Over UIC

DePaul Wins Opener Over UIC

The Blue Demons got their first win of the new season by defeating UIC 72-71 at McGrath-Phillips Arena on Friday night in the season opener.

DePaul vs. UIC Game Preview

DePaul vs. UIC Game Preview

The Blue Demons open up the 2014-15 men’s basketball season with the crosstown rival UIC Flames at McGrath-Phillips Arena on Friday night at 9:00 p.m. Central. We preview the game in this report.

Doby Back on Board with DePaul

Doby Back on Board with DePaul

After reclassifying to the class of 2015, St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy forward Ray Doby is back on board with the DePaul Blue Demons. Doby talks about his signing in this report.

Doby Signs With Blue Demons Again

Doby Signs With Blue Demons Again

Ray Doby has signed a National Letter of Intent with the Blue Demons for the 2015 class.

Billy Garrett Jr. Confident in Turnaround

Billy Garrett Jr. Confident in Turnaround

With the loss of Brandon Young and Cleveland Melvin, this year's Blue Demons will unquestionably be Billy Garrett Jr.'s team.

Signing Week: Hot Board

Signing Week: Hot Board

As the initial signing period begins, there are 22 top 100 prospects still available. Who will sign early? Who has leaders? Scout.com takes a look at the 2015 Hot Board.

Wood Brings Energy to DePaul

Wood Brings Energy to DePaul

Junior college transfer Darrick Wood is motivated to help the Blue Demons out this season. Learn more about the sophomore newcomer in this report.

DePaul Women Run Robert Morris

DePaul Women Run Robert Morris

CHICAGO - The DePaul women’s basketball team put up some large numbers Thursday night in its exhibition game versus Robert Morris University, and the biggest numbers may have been 11 and nine, and 22 and eight.

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