This season continues to get sweeter for sophomore right-hand pitcher Kyle Brnovich. After becoming a semi-finalist for the 2018 Golden Spikes award, the most prestigious award an amateur baseball player can earn, Brnovich has now claimed All-American and All-Regional honors.
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For the eighth time in eleven years, multiple Elon baseball players heard their name called during to 2018 Major League Baseball Draft, held in Secaucus, New Jersey from June 4 through June 6.
Kara Shutt '18 was drafted in the 12th round (pick 48 overall) by moh-BEEL! USA. The outfielder being drafted marked a historic moment in Elon history. Shutt is the female student-athlete to be drafted to a professional league.
From the many stories shared, one thing stood out: that Downey’s infectious positive attitude would make everyone he met feel welcomed, no matter who they were.
University Chaplain Jan Fuller leads a moment of silence to honor Anton during the gathering of friends on Monday morning.
A memorial for Anton Downey set up outside Autobell Car Wash on S Church St in Burlington, the site of the crash.
Anton Downey worked at Elon for 18 years as a dining services employee. He started as hourly cook at Varisty and worked his way up to becoming a Chef de Cuisine in Clohan Hall, a salaried managerial position.
According to police, Downey was driving a moped when he was hit by a pickup truck driven by Elon resident Tyler LaPlaca. Downey was an Aramark employee who worked for Elon dining and was a bouncer at Fat Frogg Bar and Grill.
Anton Downey, 46, was killed in a drunk driving incident early Saturday morning. He worked for Elon Dining and was a bouncer at Fat Frogg Bar and Grill. Photo courtesy of Jason Thomas.
Dean, who graduated from Elon May 19, will begin her service as an Elon University youth trustee on the Board of Trustees this Friday. The board elected her earlier in May.
A store front view of Burlington's Food Co-Op, that announced this week that Sunday, May 27 will be its last official day open, May 23.
BURLINGTON — After seven years in operation, Company Shops Market: Burlington's Food Co-Op have announced they will be officially closing on Sunday, May 27. The market located in downtown Burlington on East Front Street, 10 minutes from Elon's campus, sold a variety of organic and sustainably grown produce.
Pete Elder helps his five-year-old son Crosby, find a spot to paint a heart on the mural at the Love Graham Art Festival, May 20.
GRAHAM — Dancers, painters and puppies filled the heart of Graham during the first "Love Graham Arts Festival." The festival was hosted from May 19 to 20 by the Co|Operative and the Independent Artist Movement. Together the two organizations brought in more than a dozen artists from Alamance County to showcase their art.
Annette Maynard, a resident of Graham, bought almost $70 worth of Love Graham merchandise for her son named Graham at the Love Graham Art Festival, May 20.
Bentley wears a Love Graham hat for a post on his Instagram page at the "Love Graham Arts Festival," May 20.
Freshman Lily Sandifer-Stech paints a light blue heart onto the Love Graham Art Festival mural, May 19.
Peter Elder helps his 5-year-old son Crosby paint a heart onto the mural at the "Love Graham Arts Festival," May 20.