For upperclassmen Sydney Busa and Maddie Jaudon, stepping onto the home court in Alumni Gym is an experience they are used to. Something they are not used to doing all the time...hitting career milestones.
The Elon University men’s soccer team is off to a dominant start. After starting the season with a 0-0 draw against out-of conference opponent Fordham, the Phoenix has collected two shutout wins against the University of Central Florida and Presbyterian College by scores of 1-0 and 2-0, respectively.
With the season-opening race on Saturday here in Elon, the new coach of the cross country team looks to elevate the program to places it hasn’t gone before. On July 13, Athletic Director Dave Blank announced that Kevin Jermyn would be taking the helm of the cross country program.
Ahead of the cross country season, one runner will be missing from the starting line. Molly Offstein was struck by a car in March while on a run.
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Dan Faill announced his resignation in an email to Fraternity and Sorority life chapter presidents June 12.
One member of the Elon University women’s track and field has qualified for the NCAA outdoor championships in Eugene, Oregon. Junior Bryanna Hames is the first athlete in program history to qualify after finishing 11th overall in the discus at the NCAA East Preliminaries on Friday, May 26.
Two Elon University football players — Khalil Moore, 18, and Jeremiah Bridges, 19, — were both charged with a Class I felony secret peeping in preliminary hearings Monday. Their court date is set for Wednesday, May 10.
The Elon University women’s soccer team took the field tonight with a different purpose. Tonight was their final spring practice match, a game against Belmont Abbey.
Following the repeal of House Bill 2 earlier this month, the NCAA announced that North Carolina would once again be considered to host tournament games.
Elon baseball took the diamond under the lights Tuesday night looking to defeat Triad rival High Point University. The Phoenix struggled offensively throughout the game, falling short to the Panthers 5-4.
Six months removed from its enactment of removing collegiate championship events from the state of North Carolina, the NCAA has lifted its ban following the repeal of House Bill 2.