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Lady Bruins best Johnson University Royals, 67-57

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The Bruins women’s basketball team bested Johnson University in a 67-57 battle Thursday Nov. 19. “I don’t want to take anything away from Johnson, because they are a well-coached team. I feel like we didn’t have a great night,” Coach Mike LeViere said. “I felt like we were a little flat tonight. We were [stagnating]

Lady Bruins win national championship

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For the second time in Bruins history, the women’s intercollegiate soccer team won the NCCAA Division II National Championship as they defeated Maranatha Baptist College 1-0 in Kissimmee, Florida. “God has been very good to our program,” Coach Carmichael said. “To Him we give the glory of any success that we have had.” The road

Lady Bruins tame Lady Koalas, 76-62

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The BJU Lady Bruins basketball team had a strong home debut Monday night with a 76-62 victory over Columbia College’s Lady Koalas. “For the beginning of the year, I am really happy with where we are,” Coach Mike LeViere said. “But we have a long way to go.” Both defenses came out strong, but Maggi

Bruins place second in annual golf tourney

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The BJU men’s golf team concluded its 2015 season with a second place finish in the Bruins’ Golf Classic Friday and Saturday in Greenville. Tyler Smith, a freshman sports management major, had the best individual score. “Being able to shoot under par in my last tournament this season was awesome,” Smith said. “It was great

Lady Bruins fall to NGU Crusaders 1-0

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In a back-and-forth battle on Tuesday night, the Lady Bruins soccer team fell to the North Greenville University Crusaders 1-0. Originally, BJU was scheduled to host the game, but the game was moved to NGU due to inclement weather. Early on, neither team was able to create quality offensive opportunities. Lindsay Tuten, a speedy North

BJU falls 1-0 to Eagles

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On Sept. 26, the Lady Bruins’ soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss to the Toccoa Falls Screaming Eagles. Despite the rainy, rough conditions, the Lady Bruins took control of the beginning of the game. They possessed well and even beat the Eagles’ outside backs on several occasions but were unable to create quality scoring opportunities.

Lady Bruins fall to Reinhardt

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The BJU Lady Bruins relinquished an early lead and took a tough 3-1 loss on the road to the Reinhardt University Eagles Tuesday night. “We continue to get unbalanced and haven’t stepped up with the right urgency and attitude to start winning these types of games,” Coach Chris Carmichael said. “We were getting great effort

0-0 draw at first intramural match

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In the opening match of the 2015 BJU intramural soccer season, the Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes and the Pi Gamma Delta Royals played out a 0-0 draw. The Royals, coming off a loss in the 2014 Turkey Bowl, hoped to bounce back strong this season. The Tornadoes finished in last place in 2014 but hoped

Bruins win Hiwassee golf tourney

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For the third straight year, the BJU Bruins men’s golf team captured first place at the Hiwassee College Invitational in Loudon, Tennessee. BJU freshman Tyler Smith finished -2 under par (70) on the strength of a string of birdies on the back nine. His performance was enough to bring home medalist honors as the lowest

Bruins defeated by Knights’ explosive offense, 4-1

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The Bob Jones University Bruins fell to the visiting St. Andrews University Knights Thursday night at Alumni Stadium. With the loss, the Bruins dropped to 2-2 on the season. “We could have done a better job keeping the ball,” said head coach Jesse McCormick. “There are things we do need to work on, but I

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