Not only did four Bruins players score their first collegiate goals, but the Bruins also scored their first goals of the season and captured their first win in a 4-1 victory.
Two years ago, in their inaugural game, the Bruins faced the same foe, one of the strongest teams in the NCCAA teams, scoring four goals in an 8-4 loss. This year’s battle against the defending NCCAA champions ended in a 0-6 defeat for the Bruins.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, the Bruins women, fueled by the disappointment of their loss the previous night, played the Kentucky Christian University Knights and won 6-0.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, the BJU Bruins men’s soccer team dropped another loss; a 0-1 shutout against the Clearwater Christian College Cougars.
The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras looked to defend their status as volleyball champs last Thursday against the Beta Gamma Delta Patriots. The Cobras, who have won the last two years, defeated the Patriots in four sets to successfully “three-peat” and claim yet another Pi Kappa volleyball title.
Take a look at the highlights of this year’s sports.
The Theta Delta Omicron Tigers clinched the women’s intramural softball title on Monday as they triumphed over the Tri Epsilon Pirates, 10-6.
The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals topped the Beta Chi Bearcubs on Monday night by a score of 6-2. Both the fifth-seeded Cardinals and the seventh-seeded Bearcubs were 1-1 going into the game, but it was the Cardinals who walked away with the win, eliminating the Bearcubs from the playoffs.
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.