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Bruins running team is right on track

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The Bob Jones University Bruins track team recently competed in the Terrier Relays at Wofford College in Spartanburg. Even though the Bruins are still building the program, they represented the University well, as they were able to compete with some of the best teams in the league. The Lady Bruins had a good showing as

Alpha faces Phi Beta in quarterfinal

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The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks defeated the Phi Beta Chi Bulldogs in an intense quarterfinal round of men’s intramural softball. The Razorbacks came into the game with a 2-2 record and took a 15-4 win on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs began the first inning with their first two batters getting thrown out at first base.

Omega Lions are defeated by Beta Patriots, 25–14, 25–11

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots defeated the Alpha Omega Delta Lions in two sets during a Tuesday night matchup. At the beginning of the first set, both teams went back and forth, trying to establish an upper hand. Lorin Pegram and Deon Vidal led the Beta squad while John Wilson led Omega. Beta’s Deon Vidal

Beta triumphs over Spartans, 2–0, in volleyball

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The Beta Gamma Delta Patriots’ volleyball team crushed the Sigma Alpha Chi Spartans in two sets. Sigma started with the first serve, but they soon lost the serve and the point to Beta. Deon Vidal scored the first point for Beta with a powerful hit from the right side. Beta stayed ahead through the entire

Royals edge out Rams 21–20 in close softball matchup

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Pi Gamma Delta Royals beat the Phi Kappa Pi Rams 21–20 in an intense softball game Thursday night. The Rams batted first. Benji Arcalas’ triple and Tyler Smith’s inside-the-park home run helped jumpstart the Rams to an early 7–0 lead. In the bottom of the first, an error from the Rams allowed the Royals to

Bruins men’s basketball team wraps up their fourth season

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The Bob Jones University Bruins men’s basketball team had a record-breaking season, including their first win over an NCAA D1 school, but finished the season 15–16 with a loss in the regional semifinal. As the season started, the Bruins began extremely well, racking up six straight wins, including overcoming a 15-point deficit for a huge

Lady Bruins look back on 2015–16 basketball season

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The Bob Jones University Bruins women’s basketball team finished a remarkable season with a 19-14 record, including 9-4 at home. The seniors proved to be a key to the Lady Bruins’ success this season. Kendra Jeffcott ended her career as the Bruins’ all-time leading scorer with 1,365 career points. She also surpassed 1,000 career rebounds.

Classics conquer Eagles, 46–36

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The Pi Delta Chi Classics defeated the Alpha Gamma Tau Eagles to win the women’s society basketball championship for the second year in a row. The Classics played a fast-paced, aggressive game. Both teams found lots of scoring opportunities but racked up fouls as well. In the end, the Eagles could not overcome the Classics.

Bruins Shooting Team competes in Alabama

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The BJU Shooting Team competed in the Scholastic Pistol Program Collegiate Nation Championships, its first intercollegiate competition, this past Saturday at the Civilian Marksmanship Program in Talladega, Alabama. Of the 25 schools represented, BJU was the only team from the NCCAA. The competition included accuracy and speed in moving through the four stages of the

Razorbacks A slash Cobras 42–41 in fierce battle Tuesday night

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The Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras fell 42–41 to the Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks in a men’s intramural basketball quarterfinal battle. Both teams started out with fierce intensity. Alpha scored first with a foul shot by Jadan Kashi, but the Cobras countered with a three-pointer from Ajay Solomon. The Cobras began to pull ahead of Alpha,

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