Bruins defeat Piedmont International University at a home game. Photo by Holly Diller. 29.14
Classics play against the Flames in a society basketball game v 29.14 Photo by Kayla Pierce

Classics douse Flames, 52-31

The Pi Delta Chi Classics, the reigning intramural women’s basketball champions, beat the Nu Alpha Phi Flames 52-31 on Monday night. Both teams were undefeated going into this highly anticipated matchup. The Classics’ Tori Conover opened the game scoring with a contested three-pointer, but the Flames’ Reagan Lent responded with a deep two-point shot. The

Cobras go against Cavs in a society game. Photo by Stephen Dysert. 29.14

Cobras defeat Cavs, 47-16

The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras defeated the Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers 47-16 in a blowout on Monday night. The Cobras’ win boosted their record to 2-0 and the Cavs’ record fell to 1-1 on the season. In the first half, both teams looked to set the pace for the game. The Cobras got off to

The Cardinals win against the Eagles V 29.13 Photo by Kayla Pierce

Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals best Eagles, 33-20

The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals defeated the Alpha Gamma Tau Eagles 33-20 Monday in a National League intramural basketball matchup. The first few minutes of the game were tense, as the Eagles’ Elisa Maunula opened up the scoring with a three-pointer. The Eagles’ Leah Edwards quickly added to that with a strong take to the

Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers defeat Cobras B team, 36-27

In their season debut, the Chi Alpha Pi Cavaliers defeated the Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras B team in an American League intramural men’s basketball matchup. The Cavs’ 36-27 win gives them a 1-0 record while the Cobras B team falls to 0-2. Early in the first half, both teams looked to set the tone by

Men Bruins basketball team go against North Greenville. Photo by Holly Diller 29.13

BJU Bruins defeated by North Greenville Crusaders, 111-83

The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s basketball team fell 111-83 to the North Greenville University Crusaders at the Davis Field House Tuesday night. With the loss, the Bruins’ record drops to 10-8 on the season. The Bruins looked to set the tone for the game as the first half began, but the Crusaders’ offense took

The Lady Bruins play against PCC. 29.13, Photo by Holly Diller

Lady Bruins claw past Eagles 57-61

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

Mens Bruins play against PCC Photo by Kayla Pierce v 29.13

Bruins dominate Eagles 92-62, Lipscomb sets school record

The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s basketball team faced the Pensacola Christian College Eagles in a crowded Davis Field House Friday night, and the Bruins dominated with a 92-62 win to propel their record to 10-7 on the season. Shawn Lipscomb set a new school record with 14 assists in one game. The record was

Razorbacks Vs Rams

Rams defeat Razorbacks in thrilling 40-39 win

The Phi Kappa Pi Rams defeated the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks in a flag football game Saturday morning. The Rams took away a 40-39 win to improve their record to 1-1 on the season. The first half began as the Rams kicked off to the receiving Razorbacks. The chilly weather proved to be a factor

Bruins end soccer season with 5-2 loss

The Bob Jones University men’s soccer season came to an end Thursday, Nov. 19, in the NCCAA DI South Regional Playoff as they fell to the Southern Wesleyan Warriors 5-2 in the semi-final round. Head coach Jesse McCormick remained positive through the disappointment. “I am very pleased [with] how things went this season,” McCormick said.

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