The Phi Kappa Pi Rams and the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans faced off Monday night in an intramural men’s volleyball game. The teams were split after two games, and the Spartans conjured up a come-from-behind victory in game three to earn a win from the matchup.
The men’s intramural softball season opened Saturday afternoon, and one of the games pitted the defending champions, the Omega Lions, against the Nu Delt Vikings. Despite fighting a tough uphill battle for the entirety of the game, Nu Delt was unable to displace the Lions from their throne. The game ended 16-6 in favor of Omega.
When Bob Jones University announced the beginning of intercollegiate sports, the door to a new era was opened. With the announcement of the mascot came unity and a newfound school pride that brought students and faculty together to form what would become known as Bruin Nation.
The onset of spring and the close of basketball season usher in a new set of Bruins sports, and golf will take the spotlight. The Bruins’ golf team saw ups and downs during the fall season, but improvement was evident, and the team is optimistic.
The Bruins have matured and grown remarkably over the past two seasons. The defensive struggles and offensive inconsistencies, which can only be expected from a young team, have exponentially improved over the course of this second season.
The BJU Bruins battled against the Bruins of Piedmont International University on Friday, Feb. 7. Last year, during BJU’s inaugural season, the new team edged ahead of Piedmont at home, 86-84, in a thrilling overtime win.
There was heartbreak in Greenville Friday night as the BJU Bruins fell 69-71 to Pensacola Christian College. The Davis Field House amassed more than 3,100 fans as the Bruins took on the Eagles in search of redemption after their close loss against Clearwater one week earlier. The game promised to be a close one. . .