It was the battle of undefeated teams Friday night as the Elon University women’s basketball team (2-0) took on Hampton University (1-0). The Phoenix’s perfect season was able to stay in tack, cruising past the Pirates 82-59.
The Elon University football team enters this weekend with a loss in its rearview mirror. It is the first time its been in that situation since the first week of September. With a 16-6 loss at the University of New Hampshire on Nov. 11 in the books and a matchup against No. 1 James Madison University ...
For the first time in seven weeks, the Elon University football team has fallen in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) rankings. The Phoenix falls from No. 7 in the STATS FCS poll to No. 11. In the FCS Coaches Poll, the Maroon and Gold dropped six spots, from No. 9 to No. 15.
If Elon can glean a slimmer of hope from its game against Duke, it's this — it doesn't have to play the Blue Devils again.
The defending Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champions were wire-to-wire winners on Friday when the Elon University women’s basketball team faced off against the Winthrop University Eagles in its final home opener inside Alumni Gym on Friday. After beginning the game with a 12-3 run, the Phoenix never looked back, blowing out the Eagles 98-37.
The No. 1 Duke University Blue Devils stomped the Elon University men’s basketball team 97-68 in front of a dense crowd in Cameron Indoor Arena Friday night.
After securing a spot in the NCAA tournament by winning the conference last year, there was a question of whether the team would behave differently on the court after replacing half its team.
Elon men’s basketball has its first game of the 2017-2018 campaign on Friday, and the Phoenix will be forced to hit the ground running. Elon will make the 40-minute drive to Durham to take on Duke, who starts the season as the best in the land.
After cruising to a 99-63 victory in its only preseason exhibition game, the Elon University men’s basketball team is confident moving forward into the season. Returning its top five scorers from last season, there have been no significant changes to the Phoenix lineup.
As Elon University football's breakout season rolls on, it seems like the Phoenix's success has been nothing short of magical. After a 9-39 record over the last four seasons, Elon is 8-1 and on track to make the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) playoffs for the first time in program history.
In the CAA quarterfinals game this weekend, the game-winner came in the 66th minute, when Elon conceded a penalty and Charleston senior striker Leland Archer delivered calmly from the spot. The Cougars were then able to keep Elon from scoring over the final 24 minutes, securing the victory and punching a ticket to the semifinals.
Looking to avenge a three-set shutout earlier this year on the road, the Elon University women's volleyball team hosted the Hofstra University Pride on Friday night.
Before Towson lined up for a 33-yard field goal in double overtime, Elon fans chanted, “Block that kick.” A score for the Tigers would have given them the advantage in the extra period, placing enormous pressure on the Phoenix to score again or lose the game. But defensive end Dre Howell heard the chants. And then he delivered.
Homecoming. A time when Elon alumni return home to rekindle old friendships and have the opportunity to cheer on the Phoenix at a football game at Rhodes Stadium. This year’s homecoming game, however, feels more import than previous years given the recent resurgence of Elon Football.
Facing its only preseason opponent, the Elon University men’s basketball team defeated Division III Randolph College Wednesday night 99-63.
The Elon University football team collected its seventh win of the season and its fourth over a ranked opponent on Saturday, beating No. 13 Villanova University 19-14.
It was a beautiful morning on South Campus as the Elon University cross country program hosted the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) cross country championships Saturday morning.
The Elon University men’s soccer team secured a much needed 1-0 victory against Drexel University Oct. 21, thanks to a first-half goal from senior striker Elijah Agu — who later left the game because of an injury.
The reigning conference champions will not carry a top ranking into this season.