The Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs fell to the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans in a volleyball match Saturday morning. The game was the last of the season for both the Bulldogs and the Spartans, as neither team will advance to the playoffs.
The Alpha Omega Delta Lions and the Pi Gamma Delta Royals battled Saturday morning on the volleyball court. The Royals triumphed over Omega, beating them by one round. Both Pi Gamma and Omega played with only five players, giving the teams more ground to cover.
The Bruins hosted a scrimmage tournament at Alumni Stadium on April 5, winning once and losing twice. The teams competing were Truett-McConnell College, Toccoa Falls College and the University of Georgia women’s club soccer team.
The Bruins golf team traveled to Columbia Saturday, March 29, and took second place in the Benedict College Spring Invitational. The invitational was a dual match between BJU and Benedict College, a historically black college.
The Bruins women’s basketball season came to a close Friday, March 14, with a 64-44 loss to Emmanuel College in the NCCAA DI South Regional Playoffs. The Bruins stayed in the tournament for two games, winning their second playoff game in the program’s history.
Four Bruins teed off the season on Monday at the Reinhardt University Spring Invitational in Georgia. BJU placed sixth in the tournament, which hosted seven schools and 40 golfers. Junior Clay Wiginton and sophomores Blake Counts, Micah Gold and Kyle James represented the Bruins in the two-day tournament.
The Bruins women were fired up for last Friday’s matchup against the Cougars of Clearwater Christian College after losing their four-game winning streak to Pensacola the game before. BJU had defeated the Cougars earlier in the month 76-58, and after a lackluster performance against Pensacola, the Bruins wanted to step up their game.