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Sigma Spartans defeat the Pi Gamma Royals, 48-41

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The Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans beat the Pi Gamma Delta Royals 48–41 Tuesday night. Opening the game with a layup by Judson Greene, the Royals took advantage of the stagnant Spartan offense to begin the game on a 12–2 run. Other than some free throws, Sigma continued their poor shooting throughout the first half. Greene

Seniors honored during Lady Bruins’ 60–44 victory

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The Bob Jones University Lady Bruins defeated the Columbia International University Rams 60–44 on Senior Night. The Bruins hosted the Rams Tuesday for the last home game of the season. In the previous matchup, BJU won 69–60 in Columbia. In the first quarter, Brianna Delaney and Kendra Jeffcott established control of the paint, creating many

Lady Bruins strike Eagles, 59-49

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The Bob Jones University Lady Bruins defeated Pensacola Christian College 59–49 on Saturday in Pensacola. The victory gave BJU a regular season sweep over their NCCAA rival. Pensacola started the game on a 4–0 run, but the Bruin offense finally took off as Sha’Ron Brunson hit a deep three-pointer with six minutes left in the

BJU Lady Bruins bow to Warren Wilson Lady Owls 68–62

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The BJU Lady Bruins lost 68–62 Saturday in a rough game with the Warren Wilson College Lady Owls. The two teams competed earlier this season in a game that the Lady Bruins won 76–72, but the two contests were nothing like each other. BJU has been on a hot streak, winning eight of their last

Classics defeat Kangas 31-23 in American League game

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The Pi Delta Chi Classics defeated the Tau Delta Chi Kangas 31-23 in a highly anticipated intramural American League basketball matchup. The Kangas’ Becca Williams secured an offensive rebound and put it back up for the first points of the game. The Classics’ Kristin Haertlein earned two free throws and knocked them both down to

Pi Gamma defeats Omega, 25-24

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The Pi Gamma Delta Royals B team defeated the Alpha Omega Delta Lions B team 25-24 on Tuesday night. Both the Pi Gamma B team and Omega B team had not yet won a game this season, but were each hoping to notch their first win in this highly anticipated matchup. Early on, Pi Gamma

Classics douse Flames, 52-31

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The Pi Delta Chi Classics, the reigning intramural women’s basketball champions, beat the Nu Alpha Phi Flames 52-31 on Monday night. Both teams were undefeated going into this highly anticipated matchup. The Classics’ Tori Conover opened the game scoring with a contested three-pointer, but the Flames’ Reagan Lent responded with a deep two-point shot. The

Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals best Eagles, 33-20

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The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals defeated the Alpha Gamma Tau Eagles 33-20 Monday in a National League intramural basketball matchup. The first few minutes of the game were tense, as the Eagles’ Elisa Maunula opened up the scoring with a three-pointer. The Eagles’ Leah Edwards quickly added to that with a strong take to the

Bruins sustain injuries, beat Owls 76-72 on Tuesday

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The Lady Bruins were victorious after a hard back and forth game against Warren Wilson College Tuesday. The final score was 76-72, improving their season record to 12-10. Hannah Tomkins opened up the scoring with a three-pointer for the Bruins as the Owls and Bruins went back and forth. The Owls began to pull away,

Bruins fall to Wildcats in fifth straight loss

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The Bob Jones University Bruins fell to the Johnson and Wales University Wildcats on Tuesday night at the Davis Field House. The Bruins’ 71-68 loss dropped their record to 6-5 on the season. The Bruins started strong in the first half as Tre’ Tipton won the tip off. The Bruins’ defense was fantastic in the

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