Bluejays value Zierden for his skills and smarts

Having Isaiah Zierden back on the court physically is a boon to Creighton as it prepares for the basketball season. But it’s what the sophomore guard brings to the court mentally that might be the real bonus.


Aggressive style has served Jays well

Sure, Creighton is kicking itself about its missed serves Wednesday night in the 3-1 loss to the Nebraska volleyball team. But the Bluejays will be back Friday night serving just as aggressively against No. 16 Illinois.


UNO, CU women set to meet at Caniglia Field

UNO women’s soccer coach Don Klosterman has the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. If only Creighton will cooperate.


Carli Tritz returns to CU as graduate manager

Former Creighton basketball star Carli Tritz will return in a new role. Tritz, who was forced to end her career prior to last season due to chronic knee pain, will be a graduate manager for the Bluejays this season.

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Shatel: Power Five 
look like potent headache for Creighton, UNO

A year ago, CU made the historic move to the Big East Conference. A major conference. But what exactly is a major conference anymore?

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