A.J. Papagno

First Bruins coach LeViere shares basketball passion

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When Bob Jones University added intercollegiate sports in 2012, basketball and soccer were the first two sports to be included in the Bruins program. The first coach that BJU hired as a Bruins coach was Mike LeViere, who now coaches the Bruins women’s basketball team. LeViere grew up in Midland, Michigan. LeViere said his father,

Women’s teams prepare for water polo playoffs

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While spring semester society sports are dominated by basketball and volleyball, minor sports such as water polo are sometimes forgotten. Water polo pits two teams of seven against each other, each side consisting of six field players and one goalkeeper. All field players play both offense and defense with the intent of throwing the ball

Intramural volleyball sets in for spring season

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With society basketball season coming to a close, society volleyball is taking the center stage for intramural athletics at Bob Jones University. The regular season for men’s and women’s intramural volleyball officially starts on March 3 and will end on April 1 this year. A playoff for the volleyball season will begin immediately after the

Bruins basketball teams wrap up successful season

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There is plenty to be excited about for BJU Bruins basketball as both the men’s and women’s teams won regional championship titles. The men’s team finished the regular season with an overall record of 12-18 and 4-3 in conference games. The men’s team was the No. 1 overall seed in the NCCAA Division II South

Bruins golf team tees up for hopeful spring season

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After a successful fall season, the Bruins golf team looks forward to the spring season. “In terms of wins and losses, we had probably what could be called ‘the most successful’ fall season since we began the program in the fall of 2013,” golf coach Dennis Scott said. The Bruins golf team finished the 2016

Golf coach Scott uses coaching as tool to disciple

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Coaching and preparing college students to serve Christ is something that BJU Bruins golf coach Dr. Dennis Scott is very passionate about. “It’s not about the wins and losses but discipling young [students] to be leaders,” Scott said. Before becoming a golf coach, Scott served as the head coach for Heritage Hall Christian School in

Brody and the Bruins: the making of BJU’s mascot

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Back in 2011 when BJU announced that the University would bring back its intercollegiate athletics program, the administration knew that BJU would need a mascot to represent the University. In order to find a mascot and to get the student body involved, then BJU President Stephen Jones asked students to send in their suggestions for

Bruins track and field teams train for successful season

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The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s and women’s track teams are gearing up for their second season this spring. In their opening season last year, the Bruins track teams had several members qualify for the national championship, and one athlete received the NCCAA’s Wheeler Award, a special individual award for excellence. “We had a positive,

Intramural basketball teams heat up spring semester

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The spring semester brings many new opportunities in intramural sports. While soccer and flag football are among the only intramural sports played during the fall semester, the spring semester offers many different sports including softball, volleyball, badminton and water polo. But of all the intramural sports played during the spring, none is bigger or has

Razorbacks, Seagulls triumph in 7v7 championships

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After several weeks of playoff games, the men’s and women’s intramural 7v7 soccer season concluded last week with their championship game Thursday night. The men’s 7v7 championship game featured Lanier Falcons (Black) vs. Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks B-team, and the women’s featured the Phi Delta Chi Classics and the Zeta Tau Omega Seagulls. The Razorbacks

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