Articles by Gavin Potter

What can Cleveland fans expect from the Indians this offseason?

After a second straight season in which the Cleveland Indians failed to achieve their goal of making the playoffs, it is safe to say the Cleveland Indians need to significantly improve this offseason – and that was before it was announced that star outfielder Michael Brantley will miss at least the first month of the…

Strong shooting performances lead JCU to big win over Capital

    After a layoff lasting nearly three weeks, the John Carroll University men’s basketball team came out firing on all cylinders. The Blue Streaks beat Capital University, 87-59, in an Ohio Athletic Conference game in Bexley on Saturday, Dec. 6.   The long break between games didn’t seem to bother the Blue Streaks (3-0,…

Cleveland Indians’ offseason outlook

      After the 2014 campaign ended with an 85-77 record, the Cleveland Indians have a lot to be optimistic about, despite ultimately failing to reach the playoffs.   The 2014 season saw breakout performances from pitcher Corey Kluber and left fielder Michael Brantley, who are candidates for the American League Cy Young award…

U.S. House of Representatives: Mark Zetzer offers an alternative

  Mark Zetzer Strolling into Ben & Jerry’s with his young son, Owen, Mark Zetzer hardly resembled a U.S. congressional candidate. Although his meeting was to discuss his current campaign with a reporter, Zetzer’s primary focus was undoubtedly his son. Whether trying to get Owen to decide on a the flavor of ice cream he…

John Carroll Men’s Cross Country Team Impresses at Pre-Nationals

  The John Carroll University men’s cross country team continued their season this past weekend, boasting a sixth place finish among the 31 schools competing at the NCAA Division III Pre-Nationals, held in Mason, Ohio.   The Blue Streaks have reason to be confident moving forward, having held their own against schools like top-ranked North…

Men’s Tennis Season Underway with Successful Weekend at Oberlin

  The John Carroll men’s tennis team opened their season with a solid showing at the Oberlin Invitational this past weekend.   The Blue Streaks, led by the sophomore duo of reigning Ohio Athletic Conference player of the year, Jad Abdul-Aal, and Kyle Mollison, competed in three rounds of singles play and two rounds of…