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Column: Christian perspective on sports

Anna Casillis March 13, 2020

Loss. Pain. Struggle. Sacrifice. Community. Perseverance. Triumph. Love.   Sports has it all. The comeback win, the last-minute game-winner, the underdog upset—we love stories and emotions, and sports...

Bruins Golf Team, Sept. 16, 2019. (BJU Marketing/Derek Eckenroth)

Bruins golf teams spring into tournament-packed season

Anna Casillis March 5, 2020

The Bruins golf teams are back in full swing as they enter their spring season.  The women’s golf team hosted the Bruins Spring Invitational Tournament on Feb. 22 at the Rock Golf Club in Pickens,...

Ten graduating seniors honored at BJUs basketball senior night

Ten graduating seniors honored at BJU’s basketball senior night

Anna Casillis February 27, 2020

The Bruins basketball teams celebrated their graduating seniors at their last regular season home games on Saturday, Feb. 22.  The men’s team honored five graduating players—Jayson Barnhart, Nate...

BJU Bruins Golf teams at Anderson University Invitational, Anderson, SC, September, 2019 (Chad Ratje)

Bruins teams’ seasons begin with preparation and success

Anna Casillis February 13, 2020

The Bruins teams were hard at work preparing for this semester’s competition even before students began classes on Jan. 15. Both men’s and women’s basketball teams continued practicing even during...

Kobe Bryant, Lakers shooting guard, stands ready to shoot a free throw during Tuesday night’s pre-season game against the Golden State Warriors. Bryant was essential in bringing together a large point gap late in the second quarter, after the Warriors took the early lead.

Opinion: Kobe Bryant’s death reminds nation of life’s brevity

Anna Casillis February 12, 2020

I was driving back from a church event when I heard the news. “Hey, Anna Grace,” my boyfriend said, reading the notification on his phone. “Kobe Bryant just died unexpectedly in a helicopter crash.”  I...

Fall society sports come to a close, spring sports ramp up

Fall society sports come to a close, spring sports ramp up

Anna Casillis December 12, 2019

The fall semester is coming to a close, and along with it, many society sports. However, the next semester offers students many chances to get involved in sports, including basketball, volleyball and water...

BJU Bruins womens basketball vs PCC, Jan. 18, 2019 (BJU Marketing/Derek Eckenroth)

Sports Spotlight: Madison Shupe

Anna Casillis December 5, 2019

Ever since BJU senior Madison Shupe began playing basketball when she was 4 years old, she dreamed of playing professionally.  “If you had asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, it would’ve...

The BJU bruins took all three sets against the Methodist University on September 13, 2019

Soccer, volleyball teams finish regionals, continue to nationals

Anna Casillis November 14, 2019

Three months of competition and countless hours of practice will all culminate in one weekend—the national tournament.  Over the weekend of Nov. 22 to 23, the women’s soccer team will travel to Kissimmee,...

BJU Bruins shooting sports team 2019 (Hal Cook)

BJU golf, shooting teams look back on their seasons after nationals

Anna Casillis November 7, 2019

Some sports require an unusual level of individual skills, including precision and finesse, where even the smallest movement can impact the outcome. Two of the Bruins teams—golf and shooting sports—require...

BJUs Ladies Basketball team train on the main court of the Davis Field House. 11/9/17

BJU basketball teams prepare to transition between associations

Anna Casillis October 31, 2019

Change. That word sums up the Bruins intercollegiate basketball program for the 2019-2020 season. Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are in a period of transition as they change from NCCAA...

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Bruin cross country competes in home meet, looks to finals

Anna Casillis October 25, 2019

Before most students wake up for their school day, the cross-country teams are running. In heat and cold, in dust and rain, they run.  They begin their training at 6 a.m. almost every day of the week....

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