Two Elon University students â including one football player â were arrested Sunday, Oct. 30, for damaging a mailbox and running away from a Town of Elon police officer. Sophomore quarterback Conor Hughes and sophomore Kyle McLester â a former football player â were booked in Alamance ...
The losing skid continued for the Elon University football team Saturday afternoon as the Phoenix lost its fourth straight game, this one a 27-3 defeat at the State University of New York at Albany in a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) game. The Phoenix offense continued its weeklong sputter as the ...
Five Elon University freshmen student-athletes were reprimanded by their respective athletic teams for shooting paintballs at the house of President Leo Lambert late last week, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation. Three of the athletes were football players — wide receiver Jeremiah Bridges, defensive back Khalil Moore and defensive lineman Marcus Willoughby — and two were women’s basketball players — guards Jada Graves and Madison Wilder.
Even though the Elon University football team has struggled to score points offensively, the Phoenix has been able to move the ball well on the ground. Things were no different on Saturday, as Elon ran for 156 yards on 39 carries, averaging exactly four yards per rushing play in its 35-7 loss to the sixth-ranked University of Richmond.
The Elon University football team kept it close against the sixth-ranked University of Richmond in the first half, but the Spiders turned on the jets after halftime en route to a 35-7 win Saturday afternoon at Rhodes Stadium. The Phoenix only trailed 6-0 after two quarters during the Homecoming game, but the Spiders scored touchdowns on their first four possession after the break. “Early on, we came out pretty competitive in the first half and made some big stops,” said Elon head coach Rich Skrosky.
While most students work all four years at Elon to get one step closer to their career, John Lopez found himself at his dream job before graduation. “I flew down to Miami for a job fair.
On its final play of the night, the Elon University football team went for the win. But sophomore quarterback Daniel Thompson’s pass intended for freshman wide receiver Cole Taylor was broken up and the Phoenix lost to the University of New Hampshire 13-10 Friday night at Rhodes Stadium. “It was a good college football game — it was two good teams that put it all on the line,” said head coach Rich Skrosky.
The Elon University football team has moved its game against the University of New Hampshire to 7 p.m.
Sophomore quarterback Daniel Thompson didn’t want to look at the stats after the Elon University football team’s game Saturday afternoon against Villanova University. And frankly, I can’t blame him. Not after the Phoenix was blown out by the Wildcats 42-7, a 35-point loss that felt like much more.
While the Family Weekend game did not go well for the Elon University football team Saturday afternoon, the Phoenix received attention around campus for something positive. The football team partnered with Active Minds — the student advocacy club that “strives to break the stigma surrounding mental illness” — to create a 40-second video that was shown on the videoboard during the first half of Saturday’s game.
In a complete reversal from the previous week’s upset, the Elon University football team got shellacked by Villanova University Saturday afternoon, falling behind by 35 at half and losing the game 42-7 at Rhodes Stadium. In front of 10,424 fans — Elon’s seventh-largest crowd for Family Weekend — the Wildcats scored on all five of its first half drives, thoroughly silencing a relatively raucous Elon fanbase. “Well obviously, it was a disappointing effort in every phase of the game,” said head coach Rich Skrosky.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — When freshman defensive back Daniel Reed-Bennett’s interception sealed the win for the Elon University football team at the College of William and Mary Saturday night, junior defensive lineman Dondre Howell couldn’t contain his pride. “On that last play of the game, I threw my hands and I almost cried,” Howell said.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Behind a stout defense, strong special teams play and a solid second half from the offense, the Elon University football team sent a message to the rest of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) by coming to the College of William & Mary and defeating the eighth-ranked Tribe 27-10 Saturday night. “I’m extremely proud of the kids,” said head coach Rich Skrosky.
The Elon University football team used a powerful running game and a dominant defensive effort to down Division II Fayetteville State University 26-3 Saturday night.
The Elon University football team’s season just started, but an injury has already struck a huge blow to the most important position. Sophomore quarterback Connor Christiansen’s season is over.
CHARLOTTE — A near-perfect first quarter was followed by three quarters of underwhelming play for the Elon University football team, as the Phoenix lost to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte 47-14 Saturday night in Charlotte. Elon led 7-0 after a quarter thanks to four three-and-outs and a 12-play, 99-yard drive.
The Elon University football team’s season just started, but an injury has struck a huge blow to the most important position. Sophomore quarterback Connor Christiansen’s season is over.
While the Elon University football team lost its season opener Saturday, the week for freshman defensive back Khalil Moore could not have gone much better. Last Tuesday, as Moore finished his first day of college classes, he found out he would be starting in his first collegiate game. “I didn’t really know until after class,” Moore said.
After weeks of promise and hope that a new year would bring a strong start, the Elon University football team’s season started with a reality check as Gardner-Webb University trounced Elon 31-6 Saturday afternoon at Rhodes Stadium. “It hurts.
Saying that it was an eventful Tuesday for freshman defensive back Khalil Moore would be a colossal understatement. Not only did Moore take his first college class, he found out he would be starting in his first collegiate game tomorrow for the Elon University football team as the Phoenix takes on Gardner-Webb University at 3:30 p.m. “I didn’t really know until after class today,” Moore said.