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Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

Lions go 3-3 over break; golf places 5th

| October 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Kat Frazier Sports Editor While many Bryan students were away for fall break many athletic teams were competing. Volleyball lost 3-1 to Shorter University (Rome, Georgia) Oct. 17 and won 3-0 against Point University (West Point, Georgia) Oct. 21. Women’s soccer lost 4-1 to Truett-McConnell College (Cleveland, Georgia) Oct. 18 followed by a 3-0 loss […]

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Lion golfers climbing to the top

Lion golfers climbing to the top

| October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Kenny Knudsen Staff Writer The Bryan College Men’s and Women’s golf teams have both triumphed consistently. The Men’s team has become one of the highest ranked teams in the nation, while the girls boast two of the five Appalachian Athletic Conference’s top-5 players. “We have a good mix of players this year. They have […]

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BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

BC SPORTS TALK: Lions’ soccer, golf, volleyball and more

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

The second installment of BC Sports Talk, a weekly sports talk show hosted by the Sports Reporting class, features plenty of accents for you anglophiles out there. Senior soccer stars Dan Branley from Newcastle, England, and Josh Oldroyd from Leeds, England, and the man from Down Under, senior golf phenom Dean Hoare from Brisbane, Australia, […]

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Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

Lions break even against Point University: men win, women lose

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Athletic recruiting a thorough process

Athletic recruiting a thorough process

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Michael Worrell Staff Writer  Athletic recruiting at Bryan College is a holistic process, taking into consideration every facet of each potential recruit’s life, not just their athletic ability. It starts in high school, said Taylor Hasty, director of athletics at Bryan. Exactly what year, whether sophomore or senior, depends on the sport. What he emphasized, […]

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