On Nov. 19, students will be able to take a break and enjoy this year’s Turkey Bowl game and festivities. The student Fall Festival, part of the Turkey Bowl fun, is organized by ISC directors Will Peek and Bethany Davis with the help of the Inter Society Executive Council. Pregame activities, including the entrance of
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 Bruin women’s soccer team played twice in three days, losing to Clearwater on Saturday but beating Johnson University on Monday, extending their record to 3-7 in the season thus far. Clearwater – The Bruins played hard against Clearwater Christian College Saturday night but came up short, falling to the Cougars by a slim margin of
The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks’ soccer team won 1-0 against the Pi Kappa Cobras on Saturday afternoon. Both teams entered the game with high expectations, and it took overtime to decide the winner, with Razorbacks’ midfielder Aaron Iles scoring in the final two minutes to secure the victory. The Cobras attacked all game long as
The BJU Bruins men’s soccer team continued its recent winning streak last Friday night, beating the Columbia International College Rams 4-0. From early on, Bruins defenders Joel Cave and David Overly kept the Rams from gaining possession, which gave Bruin forwards goal shot opportunities. A goal 13 minutes into the game was counted as off-sides,
The Beta Gamma Patriots rode a second-half offensive surge home Saturday to gain a third win and improve their record to 3-0. Impressive goalkeeping and blown shots kept the game scoreless for the first half. Omega’s Michael Rogers made a diving save early in the first for the Lions, and Joseph Wooster countered for Beta
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