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Elon University football (6-5 in 2018) takes the field in 2019 with all eyes on them after their groundbreaking 2018 campaign. A new coaching staff, returning stars and seniors poised to end their careers on a high note gives fans at Rhodes Stadium a lot to stand up and cheer for.
Elon University Volleyball takes the court this year with a brand-new identity. Not only is the team without their leading scorer from last year, but they also must run the gauntlet that is the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) with a team that is a third freshmen.
Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) football hosted 2019 media day in the Baltimore Ravens locker room in the heart of M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD Tuesday July 23. Head coach Tony Trisiciani, senior defensive end Marcus Willoughby and junior quarterback Davis Cheek represented the Phoenix.
Junior golfer William Harwood was selected the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Golfer of the Year as selected by the nine conference head coaches.
Pads were popping on Rudd Field as the Elon Football team competed in their third and final inter-squad scrimmage of the spring season Saturday April 27.
Olisaemeka (Oli) Udoh was drafted to the Minnesota Vikings with the 193rd pick in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL draft.
With Elon University’s 2019 women’s tennis season coming to an end at the hands of No. 1 seed College of William and Mary in the CAA semifinals, the Phoenix must say goodbye to one of its leaders, senior Maria Paraja.
No.2 ranked men’s tennis cruised past No.7 ranked Hofstra 4-0 to advance to the semifinals of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Tennis Championships on Thursday April 18 at the Jimmy Powell Tennis Center at Elon.
Former assistant coach at Ohio State University Mike Schrage has assumed the role of head basketball coach at Elon University in place of the fired Matt Matheny, Elon Athletics announced on April 5.
Elon University Football hosted its first Pro Day in nine years Tuesday, March 19.
Elon University women's lacrosse (2-5) fell to the University of Florida Gators (2-3) 15-5, handing the Phoenix its fourth consecutive loss of its grueling out-of-conference schedule.
Elon women’s basketball (8-17, 3-11 in CAA) fell to No. 3 Towson University (17-9, 11-4 in CAA) 59-50 in a back-and-forth physical matchup.
Elon University women’s basketball (8-16, 3-10 in CAA) fell hard to the CAA-leading James Madison University Dukes (21-4, 13-1) 74-46 in Schar Center.
Elon University women’s lacrosse fell in the home opener to the University of Virginia Cavaliers 11-4.
Elon University women’s lacrosse looks to have a turn-around season in 2019 after going 4-11 last year. The road to return to winning form for the Phoenix will be one of new challenges and opportunities.
The Elon University women’s basketball team kicked off its preseason with a 58-54 victory against the Belmont Abbey College Crusaders. Though the team has started the season strong, there are still plenty of difficult matchups for the Maroon and Gold to take on.
Elon University football (4-1) upset defending Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champion and No. 2-seed James Madison University (4-2) in dramatic fashion to spoil the Dukes' Parents Weekend game 27-24.
Elon University Volleyball (8-7) fell in four sets to the Towson Tigers (7-11) in the team’s first home CAA matchup in the Schar Center (18-25, 19-25, 25-21, 23-25). With this loss, the team’s losing streak persists to five straight.
Elon University’s women's soccer (2-5-3) fell to the Colonial Athletic Association's (CAA) number four team, College of Charleston (7-5), 1-0 in a hard fought game that featured great chances and even better saves.