Nishant Reniwal

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  • Guardiola’s tactical shift spurs strong season for Bayern

    When Pep Guardiola first arrived at FC Bayern Munich, the manager had just revolutionized football. His Barcelona team of 2008–09 won every trophy available and is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest club sides in history. However, he took over Jupp Heynckes’s side of treble winners, which will frequently be mentioned in the same breath as that Barca side. In a weak league where Bayern’s on...

    Sports | October 19, 2015
  • Can Mahrez and Leicester City claim ‘Best of the Rest’?

    Anyone who followed the English Premier League last season knows there was a clear winner for the title of the Best of the Rest. Southampton FC sold half of their starting eleven, but quality replacements and brilliant management by Ronald Koeman meant that they finished seventh and qualified for this season’s Europa League. However, the bigger story toward the end of the season was Leicester City...

    Sports | September 21, 2015
  • Women's soccer shuts out Wheaton, remains undefeated this season

    Coming off a tough double-overtime draw versus Ohio Northern in their home opener, the Carnegie Mellon women’s soccer team wanted to make a statement in the second game of their seven-game long homestand. While the game might not have been a statement, a 1-0 win against No. 18 Wheaton College and a second straight shutout give credence to the team’s ability and sets the stage for improved performa...

    Sports | September 14, 2015
  • NBA Free Agency comes with surprises for many

    The beginning of Free Agency 2015 was as frantic as anyone in the NBA has ever seen. $1.4 billion was committed to players on July 1 as teams gave huge contracts to retain players who would command a much higher salary a year later, with the massive cap boom of 2016 looming. It would be hard to call anyone a real loser of free agency with the draft always a way to load up on talent, but there were...

    Sports | August 24, 2015
  • Milliseconds decide Buggy as SDC, CIA emerge victorious

    The 96th Annual Sweepstakes competition had its first full two days of racing since 2010, and the competition more commonly known as Buggy had some of its best racing in over two decades with close finishes in the men’s races and surprises in the women’s ensuring that the large audience at the event did not go home disappointed.

    Sports | April 20, 2015