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Omega volleyball team successfully overcomes Sigma, 2–0

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The Alpha Omega Delta Lions defeated the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans in volleyball two sets to zero. The Spartans trailed closely behind the Lions through both sets, but their effort was not enough to win the match. The teams traded scoring runs for most of the first set. The Lions kept the slim lead but

EZX vs Rams in great game

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The Epsilon Zeta Chi Tornadoes defeated the Phi Kappa Pi Rams two sets to zero in a volleyball match on Tuesday night. The Tornadoes started the first set with the serve, but the Rams took the first point due to a bad serve. The teams struggled back and forth throughout the first game. The teams

Bruins win first club volleyball match against Johnson and Wales

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The Lady Bruins club volleyball team defeated the Johnson and Wales Wildcats in the first exhibition of the spring, winning four sets to one. Both teams came out strong in the first set. The Bruins had a high level of energy and excitement, but the Wildcats started off with the first serve and took the

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,

First gala raises over $75,000

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By all accounts, the inaugural Bruins’ Gala was a smashing success. Guest speaker Bobby Bowden, the second winningest coach in NCAA football history, was the keynote speaker for the fundraising banquet, and over $75,000 was donated to the Bob Jones University’s athletic department. President Steve Pettit addressed over 200 Bruin supporters, giving the “President’s Vision”

NBA playoffs preview forecasts Warriors and Cavaliers matchup

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Western Conference Golden State Warriors – Steph Curry and the Warriors have broken many records already, but they aren’t done. Some questioned the legitimacy of last year’s championship—blaming Cleveland’s injuries. But this year, Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are pushing for the best NBA record in history and a back-to-back championship. San Antonio Spurs

Intramural Softball Champions: Colts

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The Theta Sigma Chi Colts swept the Tau Delta Chi Kangas in two games in the best-of-three women’s softball championship series. The Colts had not lost a game all season, but the Kangas battled through a rough regular season to reach the championship series. Despite losing two of their three regular season games, they came

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

Nu Delta Chi Vikings overthrown, 2-0, by Lanier Black

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The Nu Delta Chi Vikings fell to the Lanier Falcons in two sets after an intense battle for victory. Both teams played with a lot of heart and energy. But Lanier’s powerful, accurate hits and serves put them through to victory. The Vikings started the first set with the serve. Jon Gallant served an ace,

Bruins golf team rebounds from rough tournament start

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The Bruins bounced back after a rough showing in the first round to place seventh in their latest tournament at Doublegate Country Club. “I’m not used to giving up,” Bruins’ captain Micah Gold said. “I never have, and I never will. After an embarrassing opening round, we wanted to go out there and play solid

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