Jeremiah Jones

Patriots sweep Lions 3–0

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots shut down the Alpha Omega Delta Lions in the men’s intramural volleyball game quarterfinal on Tuesday night. The Patriots won the first three sets, advancing to the semi-final round. In the first set, Beta’s Lorin Pegram killed a strong spike to set the tone for the match. The Patriots’ hitting

Cobras strike in constricting fashion

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The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras defeated the Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers in a men’s intramural volleyball matchup on Monday night. The Cobras took down the Cavs in two sets and improved to a 5–0 record on the season. In the first set, the Cobras jumped to an early lead with two good runs of serves.

Bruins scrimmage SWU, CIU in friendly matches

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The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s soccer team competed in two friendly scrimmages with Southern Wesleyan University and Columbia International University on Saturday. In the first scrimmage, the Bruins almost held on for a 1–1 draw, but the SWU Warriors found the back of the net again to win it 2–1. In the second scrimmage,

Intramural Softball Champions: Patriots

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots defeated the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks in the men’s intramural softball championship on Monday night. The Patriots dominated both games in the best-of-three series. The Patriots won 17-9 in the first game and 20-9 in the second game, giving Beta the 2016 championship. Mike Meroff started the game with a

Bruins running team is right on track

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The Bob Jones University Bruins track team recently competed in the Terrier Relays at Wofford College in Spartanburg. Even though the Bruins are still building the program, they represented the University well, as they were able to compete with some of the best teams in the league. The Lady Bruins had a good showing as

Alpha faces Phi Beta in quarterfinal

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs in an intense quarterfinal round of men’s intramural softball. The Razorbacks came into the game with a 2-2 record and took a 15-4 win on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs began the first inning with their first two batters getting thrown out at first base.

Bruins men’s basketball team wraps up their fourth season

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The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s basketball team had a record-breaking season, including their first win over an NCAA D1 school, but finished the season 15–16 with a loss in the regional semifinal. As the season started, the Bruins began extremely well, racking up six straight wins, including overcoming a 15-point deficit for a huge

Bruins Shooting Team competes in Alabama

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The BJU Shooting Team competed in the Scholastic Pistol Program Collegiate Nation Championships, its first intercollegiate competition, this past Saturday at the Civilian Marksmanship Program in Talladega, Alabama. Of the 25 schools represented, BJU was the only team from the NCCAA. The competition included accuracy and speed in moving through the four stages of the

Bruins fall to Cougars 81–77 in semi-finals

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The Bob Jones University Bruins fell to the Carver College Cougars 81–77 in the semi-final round of the men’s basketball NCCAA DI South Regional Playoffs on Friday night. The Bruins ended their season 15–16 at the Davis Field House. As the first half started, neither team scored in the first minute and a half of

Lanier Black clips Hawks 67–29

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The Lanier Falcons Black defeated the Zeta Alpha Pi Hawks last Thursday by a final score of 67–29. In the first half, the Hawks were able to keep the game relatively close, but the Falcons jumped out to an early lead due to a speed advantage. Not only were the Falcons fast, but they also

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