Doug McDermott insists his preparation for the next chapter of his basketball life will not require a change in mind-set. The most decorated player in Creighton basketball history left Omaha on Wednesday to begin training in Chicago for the June 26 NBA draft.

BASEBALL
Creighton is seeking to solidify a Big East lead and reach the conference tourney.
SOFTBALL
Creighton softball coach Brent Vigness got right to the point when talking about this weekend’s series with St. John’s.
TENNIS
The Creighton women’s tennis opened the Big East championship with a 4-1 loss to Butler on Thursday.
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Williamsen, Mavericks limit Creighton offense in win
UNO junior starter Zach Williamsen, a Millard West grad, took a shutout into the seventh inning and the Mavs held on from there, defeating Creighton 4-1 at TD Ameritrade Park on Tuesday night.
SOFTBALL
Huskers, Jays look to build momentum
Creighton and Nebraska are preparing for Wednesday’s nonconference softball encounter by focusing on themselves.
TENNIS
Notes: Paluch, CU ready for Big East tournament
Last season, as Billy Paluch closed in on Tom Lilly's school record for doubles victories, the Creighton coach joked that he'd either have to bench the Bluejay senior or break his leg.
BASEBALL
CU’s Mancuso earns playing time behind plate
Creighton catcher Joey Mancuso admits he lacks an appreciation for the rivalry that is part of the Bluejays’ baseball series with the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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Lunch with Tom: Replay
Hungry for some sports chat? Replay the “Lunch with Tom'' chat with sports columnist Tom Shatel in which he discusses the latest sports headlines.
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Shatel: Better to let Big Five, not unions, end hunger
At the end of this week, Northwestern University football players will take a historic vote and decide whether they should form a union. Do these nice, young scholars in argyle sweaters want to start a union that would lead to college football and basketball players getting paid a salary? Do they really want to invite the Internal Revenue Service...
BASEBALL
Warren, Bluejays shut out Villanova
Sophomore right-hander Matt Warren scattered three hits over seven innings, and the Bluejays got two-run singles from Joey Mancuso and Mike Gerber in a 4-0 win over host Villanova.
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Year One without Doug McDermott: The good, bad and uncertain
Can the Jays stay with the big dogs of the Big East? There are arguments for and against, and questions we can't answer for months.
SOFTBALL
Big East leader sweeps Jays
DePaul seized the lead in the first inning with a three-run homer, and the Creighton softball team struggled to close the gap in an 8-4 loss Saturday.
BASEBALL
Creighton moves into first place with win
Creighton rode a strong offensive showing against Villanova on Friday into first place in the Big East baseball race.
SOFTBALL
League-leader DePaul sweeps Bluejays
Despite homers from Liz Dike in both games Friday, Creighton fell behind early in both contests as Big East-leaders DePaul completed a sweep, 6-4 and 7-3, at CU Sports Complex.
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Bluejay Talk Live: Replay
Replay Friday's "Bluejay Talk Live" chat with staff writer Steven Pivovar to track the latest Creighton sports headlines.
BASKETBALL
Bluejays guard Zierden avoids knee surgery
Creighton guard Isaiah Zierden will not have to undergo surgery to repair damage done when he dislocated his right kneecap in a March 1 game.
BASEBALL
Villanova hitters finally blow up against CU
Score one for Villanova over Creighton in the battle of the Big East's worst offenses. Hitting a league-worst .231 coming into Thursday's game, the Wildcats collected 13 hits against six Creighton pitchers in posting a 6-3 win in the opening game of the three-game series at Villanova Ballpark.
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