The BJU Bruins men’s basketball team heads into its fifth season of intercollegiate competition with the first season game on Oct. 28. Every year before the beginning of the season, the men’s basketball team goes through a week of boot camp, which includes physical and mental challenges. BJU athletic director Neal Ring, who also serves
The BJU Bruins men’s soccer team is nearing the halfway point of its fifth season in intercollegiate competition. Head coach Jesse McCormick said having a challenging schedule is part of the plan to get the Bruins playing better. “We have one of the toughest, if not the toughest, schedules in NCCAA Division II,” McCormick said.
The Bruins women’s soccer team has displayed a high level of play this fall with a record of 6-4, building on their win of the NCCAA national tournament last season. “Team chemistry is good, and they push each other to be their very best,” head coach Chris Carmichael said. “We’re all meshing well,” said Christiana
The Bruins golf program started its fourth season this fall and has grown and improved since its start in 2013. The team qualified for the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) national competition last year and won the opening tournament, the Bruins Golf Classic, this fall. The team has grown in number from last year’s
After their initial season last spring, the Bruins track and field team is preparing for their second season of competition. Landon Bright, who coaches the track and field team, also coaches the cross country team. Bright said track and field is a natural companion to cross country, although it is its own unique sport. In