[box]buy viagra onlineuploads/2012/11/Emily-Tryon-Gloria_crosscountry-300x200.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="200" />Cross Country

“We all knew he was fast, but already, we’ve seen two workouts and he’s just like a gazelle out there.” — Sean Magee, redshirt sophomore runner, on sophomore Luis Vargas at the beginning of the season

“We’re gonna go hunting. I just repeat it to myself over and over and over again. Let’s go get ‘em.” — Emily Tryon (pictured), junior runner, before the Southern Conference Championships[divider_flat] [/box]


“I take away that was a good football team. They played their A-game. I told someone they probably could have beaten the Green Bay Packers on Saturday.” — Jason Swepson (pictured), head coach, after losing to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Sept. 1

“We just didn’t create our own energy. We had to. There was no one in the stands. We had to create our own energy and hopefully we can learn from it and move forward. It felt like a coffin out there and we didn’t help it.” — Swepson after losing to Furman University Oct. 27

[box]Men's Soccer

“I can’t even put it into words how much (being ranked) means to us. It means everything to us, to the school. (We) can’t read into it too much because the games come ‘thick and fast’ as coach always says. It’s very nice to see or recognition finally. We thought we’ve earned it for a while but we understood we had to do some big things, and this year we’ve started to do them.” — Daniel Lovitz (pictured), junior midfielder, on team being nationally ranked

“To score 50 college goals is very good, isn’t it? He’s had good production this year, he’s worked hard over the course of the summer and to score 20 goals in a season, so far, is obviously a good sign for him and, obviously, for the team. He’ll be the first to admit he takes (scoring goals) as his job; his job is to score goals for this team and he’s taken that on his shoulders this year and performed well at it.” — Darren Powell, head coach, on Chris Thomas’ school-record 50 goals [divider_flat] [/box]

Women's Soccer

“Orange clashes with blue. You still have to look good out there, right?” — Kate Murphy, sophomore goalkeeper. At halftime of the game against College of Charleston Sept. 30, Murphy was forced to change her jersey because both goalkeepers were wearing orange. Murphy changed to blue. What also changed was her headband, going from orange to matching blue

“What I do beforehand is I go mow my grass with my Walkman on and I cry like a baby. I’m serious. I try to get it out of my system.” — Chris Neal (pictured), head coach, on what he does before Senior Day

“I won Coach of the Year and we were a losing program, so explain that one.” — Neal



“It motivates me to keep trying my best and keep pushing for the good of the team. I’m just giving it all for my team so we can reach our goals. Whatever is needed on the court is what I will do.” — Kris Harris (pictured), sophomore middle hitter, on being named SoCon Offensive Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 4

“My mom had breast cancer last year. I think it’s so cool that all the sports teams and the whole campus are coming together to support the cause. But it’s also great that we are just supporting awareness, and that I can be a part of it is just awesome.” — Megan Gravley, freshman outside hitter, on the importance of Elon’s Live Pink week[/box]

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