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Wildcats claw Bruins, 95-68

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The Bob Jones University Bruins suffered a tough defeat to the Johnson and Wales Wildcats 95-68 Tuesday night to begin their series of three games this week. The Wildcats quickly jumped out to a 7-2 lead, but the Bruins came roaring back to take the lead 15-14 with back-to-back 3-point shots from freshman guard Dustin

Bruins unable to snap losing streak, fall to PCC

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The BJU Bruins men’s basketball team was unable to snap its 11-game losing streak Friday night, losing 73-59 to the Pensacola Christian College Eagles. During the first few minutes of the game, the lead flip-flopped between the Bruins and the Eagles. PCC finally established a solid lead 17-11 over BJU. But the Bruins would not

Lady Bruins clip Eagles’ wings, fly away with 72-52 victory

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The BJU Bruins women’s basketball team stormed red-hot into the new year with a 72-52 home win over rival Pensacola Christian College Friday night. To begin the game, BJU’s junior guard Hannah Tompkins drained a three-point shot, but PCC countered quickly with a 9-0 run early in the game. Despite the early deficit, the home

Bruins struggle for consistency, fall to Bears

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Struggling to find consistency, the Bruins women’s basketball team dropped another contest Tuesday to Truett-McConnell College 58-43 in Cleveland, Georgia. While control of the game passed back and forth throughout the first half, the Truett-McConnell Bears took a five-point lead into halftime. Due to a quick run at the beginning of the second half, Truett-McConnell

Bruins fall to Warren Wilson Owls

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The Bruins men’s basketball team fell Monday to the Warren Wilson College Owls in Asheville, North Carolina, with a final score of 77-61. Despite close scores for most of the game, the Owls pulled ahead, handing the Bruins their seventh straight loss. Hitting three straight shots from behind the arc, the Owls gained an early

Women’s hoops: Bruins fall to Southern Wesleyan in 8th loss

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The BJU Bruins women’s basketball team fell to the Southern Wesleyan University Warriors Thursday night 64-56. The Bruins fell behind early in the conference matchup due to a plethora of turnovers, and they were never able to completely recover. This Bruins’ loss followed a tough win at home against Johnson University just two days previous,

Bruins fall just short of Barber-Scotia Sabres, 86-81

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Coming off a five-game losing streak and an overall record of 3-7, the Bruins showed up raring to win at their Dec. 4 home game against Barber-Scotia College but fell short 86-81. Despite the return of freshman guard Dustin Killough, the Bruins were unable to snap their downward spiral. The game began with both teams

Bruins end rough season with loss to Shorter University

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The Bob Jones University men’s soccer season has come to an end as the Bruins fell to the Shorter University Hawks 5-0 in the NCCAA D1 South regional playoffs Nov. 19 in Murfreesboro, North Carolina. The Bruins entered the regional playoffs as the No. 7 seed, with the Hawks ranked No. 3. SU finished the

Women’s hoops: BJU defeats Johnson, brings home third win

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The BJU Bruins women’s basketball team recorded its third win of the 2014-15 campaign with a resounding 70-53 win over the visiting Johnson University Royals. In the Bruins’ first game in 10 days, they were finally able to find the offensive output they had been lacking to end their recent three-game losing streak. The Bruins

Citadel Bulldogs hand Bruins fourth straight loss

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The Bruins men’s basketball team fell to the Citadel Bulldogs 81-50 on Saturday, Nov. 22. Hoping to end their three-game losing streak, the Bruins put it all on the line. But in spite of BJU President Steve Pettit’s declaration of allegiance to the Bruins, his alma mater, the Citadel, handed the Bruins a hefty loss.

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