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First gala raises over $75,000

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By all accounts, the inaugural Bruins’ Gala was a smashing success. Guest speaker Bobby Bowden, the second winningest coach in NCAA football history, was the keynote speaker for the fundraising banquet, and over $75,000 was donated to the Bob Jones University’s athletic department. President Steve Pettit addressed over 200 Bruin supporters, giving the “President’s Vision”

Colts trample Cardinals 33–20

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In a highly anticipated matchup between the fourth-ranked Theta Sigma Chi Colts and the sixth-ranked Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals, the Colts came away with a 33–20 win to advance into the semifinals of the women’s society basketball tournament. The Colts opened with a straightaway three by Chalice Pack as the Colts jumped out to an

Bruins dismantle College of Faith Warriors on Senior Night

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The four seniors for BJU’s men’s basketball team went out with a bang Saturday, as the Bruins dismantled the College of Faith Warriors 102–84 on Senior Night. Seniors Ray Holden, Kyle Turner, Noah Smith and Kirtis Yurchak led the way for the Bruins, contributing a combined 74 points to overcome the undermanned Warriors. The Bruins

Razorbacks A advance after 46–45 victory over Cobras A

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras 46–45 in an intense game between undefeated teams in the American League. Anticipating a close game, both teams came out extremely aggressive in the first half. Neither team was able to find a rhythm on offense until Alpha took a timeout just over four

Spartans dominate Rams 50-47 in overtime thriller

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Ben Gingery led the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans to a 50-47 overtime victory over the Phi Kappa Pi Rams 50-47 Friday night. Gingery drained a three-pointer as time expired in regular time to tie the game, and the Spartans would go on to win in overtime, overcoming a 15-point deficit and a 19-point performance from

Lady Bruins defeat Allen University Jackets, 83-78

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The Bob Jones University Lady Bruins defeated the Allen University Jackets 83-78 on Friday night thanks to strong offensive performances from guards Kendra Jeffcott and Hannah Tompkins. Both offenses came out stagnate to begin the game, but BJU’s Jeffcott finally found the net after several strong drives to the hoop. At the 4:34 media break,

Lady Bruins claw past Eagles 57-61

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In their first game back in action since students returned from Christmas break, the BJU Lady Bruins defeated the Pensacola Christian College Eagles 67-51. In the first quarter, the Eagles used movement off the ball and three-pointers by Alyssa Loudermilk and Jessica Boyd to take an early 13-4 lead. To counter, Bruins’ head coach Mike

Vikings conquer Wolves in 7v7 Turkey Bowl game

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The Nu Delta Chi Vikings defeated the Chi Epsilon Delta Wolves 8-0 in the 7v7 Championship in the first game of the Turkey Bowl festivities on Saturday, Nov 21. The Vikings came into the match in the regular season at 10-1-1 to go with victories over the Bulldogs and the Falcons in the playoffs. The

Lady Bruins defeat Toccoa Falls Eagles Tuesday, 90-58

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The BJU Lady Bruins dominated the Toccoa Falls Eagles Tuesday night by a final score of 90-58. In the first quarter, the teams battled back and forth with the Eagles taking an early lead. The Bruins erupted on a 17-2 run sparked by a suffocating full-court press, giving the Bruins a 31-17 lead at the

BJU golf team finishes third

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In their first tournament since their disappointing showing at the NCCAA DI National Tournament, the BJU Bruins golf team finished in third place at the Columbia College Fall Invitational Tournament in Columbia. Heading into the first round, the Bruins were looking to accomplish one of their last goals for the 2015 fall season—to break a

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