The Daily Demon January 28
Jan. 28, 2013
DePaul University has selected Saturday, Feb. 2 as the inaugural Blue Demon Day that will become an annual gathering of members of the University community to get together throughout the nation and world and show DePaul pride. Click Here for information about game watches around the country.
To become a member of Champions Club make a gift Click Here or Call Marge Mazik at 773-325-7240
Today In Blue Demon History:
On January 28 2012, Men's Track and Field members Tim Nedow and Matthew Graham eclipsed DePaul indoor track records in their respective events at the Harry Gladstein Fieldhouse. Nedow came through with a meet-winning shot put mark of 20.03 meters---the second consecutive week he has surpassed 20 meters. Graham was third in the 5,000 meter run with a time of 14:13.06. Click Here for the full story.
Mark Your Calendars:
BLUE DEMON DAY THIS SATURDAY To get ready for Blue Demon Day on Feb. 2, DePaul’s alumni relations department is hosting a t-shirt swap this week on the University’s Lincoln Park and Loop campuses. The inaugural Blue Demon Day is Saturday, Feb. 2 when the men’s basketball team faces Notre Dame. Click Here for more information.
Champions Club for the Women's Game on Tuesday January 29 will be at 2314 N. Sheffield.
The 65th-ranked DePaul women's tennis team suffered its second straight loss on Sunday at the 2013 ITA Kick-Off Weekend, dropping a 4-0 decision against No. 68 Auburn. Click Here for the full story.
Track and Field:
A trio of first-time qualifiers for the BIG EAST Indoor Track & Field Championships headlined DePaul's performance Saturday at the Spire Institute Midwest Open. Chris Miedema won the men's 800m run in a BIG EAST qualifying time of 1:52.28, a personal best that broke the school indoor record set by Kai Murray. Going into the weekend, Miedema had already qualified for the BIG EAST meet in the 1000m. Click Here for the full story.
Brandon Young scored 13 points and Moses Morgan added 11 as DePaul fell at Pittsburgh, 93-55, Saturday afternoon. DePaul combined to shoot just .277 from the field in the conference loss at the Petersen Events Center. Click Here for the full story.
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