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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 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

Lady Bruins lose regional semi-finals in overtime

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The Lady Bruins lost to the Point University Skyhawks 65-75 in an overtime thriller  Friday in the NCCAA South Regional semifinal game. After winning 11 of their last 13 games in the regular season, the Lady Bruins traveled to West Point, Georgia, to take part in the tournament. They received the third seed while Point

Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks dominate Kappa Sigma Chi Knights, 58–24

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks dominated the Kappa Sigma Chi Knights Thursday night winning 58–24. The Knights are 5-2 for the season and hold fourth place in the American League. Alpha is undefeated and is in first place in the National League. Alpha started the game well. They went on a 12–0 run to begin

Bruins golf finishes eleventh in first spring tournament

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The Bruins golf team finished 11th out of 12 teams in the Sand Shark Classic—their first tournament this spring. The Bruins played two rounds of golf on Monday. They followed that up Tuesday with another 11th place finish through the third round to come in 11th place overall in the tournament. “This was a very

Classics school Cardinals 30–26 in close Saturday game

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The Beta Epsilon Chi Cardinals fell to the Pi Delta Chi Classics 30–26 on Saturday after a fast-paced game. The Classics trailed behind the Cardinals for most of the game and struggled to make shots. But the Cardinals had little depth. By the second half, they were exhausted, allowing the Classics to step up and

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

Bruins: from freshmen to seniors

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It was the 2012–13 academic year that saw the young Bruins soccer and basketball teams play their first games. This year, 10 Bruin athletes who started that year will graduate as the first Bruins who played all four years of intercollegiate sports. Over the span of those four years, the graduating Bruins—Ray Holden, Kyle Turner,

Sigma Spartans defeat the Pi Gamma Royals, 48-41

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The Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans beat the Pi Gamma Delta Royals 48–41 Tuesday night. Opening the game with a layup by Judson Greene, the Royals took advantage of the stagnant Spartan offense to begin the game on a 12–2 run. Other than some free throws, Sigma continued their poor shooting throughout the first half. Greene

Tau Delta Chi Kangas hop past Tigers for 31–27 victory

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The Tau Delta Chi Kangas claimed victory  Saturday over the Theta Delta Omicron Tigers 31–27 after a fierce battle. Even before the game started, the teams were focused and energized. The Kangas’ coach Becca Williams gave her team a pre-game pep talk as the Tigers’ fierce determination showed on their faces as they walked onto

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