Overtime score stuns third-ranked Jays

Creighton’s defense stood up to every challenge it faced for the first 93 minutes and 53 seconds of Saturday’s match against Saint Louis. Then, in a blink-of-an-eye letdown, the Bluejays were losers for the first time this season. Robert Kristo scored on a shot from about 10 yards, and the No. 20 Billikens were celebrating a 1-0 victory over No. 3 Creighton.


Notes: Speed could change CU's offensive philosophy

Two hallmarks of Creighton baseball under Ed Servais have been that the Bluejays are going to play defense like demons and bunt a lot to advance runners.


Creighton closes Classic with sweep

After losing in five sets to South Dakota earlier in the day, Jays use balance to roll past Colorado.


New tune: Fit Fabian able to go the distance for Bluejays

Creighton sophomore Fabian Herbers no longer is running on empty. Too many times during his freshman season, the 6-foot, 170-pound forward from Ahaus, Germany, found himself out of gas at the end of matches.

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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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