The BJU Bruins traveled two hours to Lawrenceville, Ga., to play the Georgia Gwinnett College Grizzlies Saturday. GGC entered the game undefeated, but BJU was riding a winning streak as the two teams played a physical and fast-paced match. The talented Grizzlies proved too much for the Bruins and came away with the 2-0 victory.
The Bruin women brought a new attitude to Alumni Stadium Friday night as they earned their second win of the season, defeating the Toccoa Falls Lions 1-0. There were no apologies as the Bruins fought hard for every ball and brandished a physical tenacity the home crowd hadn’t seen yet. “We just push each other
Dr. Chris Carmichael—also known as “the snake guy”—is the new head soccer coach for the Bruin women, as well as a member of the science faculty. His years of experience with soccer and snakes have made him an ideal fit for both the BJU athletic and natural science departments. Collegian staff writer Caitlin Allen spoke with
The Bruins left their scoring woes at home as they traveled to take on the Tennessee Temple Crusaders in Chattanooga on Saturday. The BJU women’s soccer team answered many questions about whether their ball control and possession struggles would continue as they came up with four goals in a commanding victory over TTU. “We need
The Bruins snatched their first win in intercollegiate sports with a 2-1 defeat over the Freed-Hardeman University Lions last Thursday night. The first half was filled with multiple goal opportunities for both teams as Matt Moore led the charge for the Bruins and Christopher Campbell fired away for the Lions. Bruin goalie Cam Lawson barely
Friday, Aug. 31, 2012 will forever be remembered by thousands of BJU Bruins fans as a day for the record books. Despite the muggy weather, the pulsing energy of enthusiastic fans and perfectly choreographed events led to a sensational night that will not soon be forgotten. No matter the outcome of the games, in the end, athletes and fans alike came together as one, proud to call themselves Bruins.
For the first time in decades, society allegiance deferred to campus unity at a soccer match in Alumni Stadium. Friday night, “Growl Towels” replaced Spartan swords, Bruins tees upstaged Omega crewnecks, and a caricature of Dr. Bob rose above the crowd, taking the place of the Alpha Pig. In a game providing a score more
On a sun-soaked Alumni Stadium field, the Bruin women kicked off BJU’s return to intercollegiate athletics Friday evening against Truett-McConnell College. Although succumbing to a 2-0 defeat, the Bruins displayed great fight and resolve throughout the contest.