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Sophomore Davis Cheek will be out for the rest of the season due to a torn ACL in his left knee, as first reported by Adam Smith of the Times News. Cheek suffered the injury in Elon’s first Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) loss of the year against the University of Delaware on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Elon University football (4-2, 2-1) fell to No. 11 in both the FCS Coaches Poll and in the STATS FCS Top 25. This comes on the heels of the team’s 28-16 loss – its first FCS loss of the year – against the University of Delaware.
No. 5 Elon Football (4-2) fell to the University of Delaware (4-2) on Saturday 28-16. Elon was hampered by injuries that could prove to be much more costly than losing this game. This loss comes just one week after beating James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Elon University football has moved up to No. 5 in the nation in the STATS Football Championship Subdivision Top 25 poll and No. 6 in the FCS Coaches poll. This is the highest Elon has been ranked in the country since they were ranked at No. 6 in the nation for three straight weeks in 2009.
On the day of an Elon University football game at home, there are a few constants: The sun will rise, the stands will be filled with fans and the Elon 7 a.m. Tailgate group will have the grills going as they cook up some mighty fine food.
Elon University football (3-1) got its third win in a row, outscoring the winless University of New Hampshire (0-4) team 30-9 on Saturday, Sept. 29, in front of the home fans and their parents.
Home matches for junior forward Iñigo Bronte of Elon University's men's soccer team look a bit different than they did last year. The almost 15-hour flight from his home in Pamplona, Spain, is all that separates Bronte from his old life. But the distance isn’t the only thing that has changed for him. This entire experience at Elon and on Elon's soccer team is one that he is still adjusting to.
Elon University Volleyball (8-3) was quickly thrown into a match against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (4-6) in a game that was announced little more than 24 hours before the start of the match since Florence caused cancellations for both teams.
Though most of campus closed down at 8 a.m. this morning, the Koury Athletic Center is still open for students to enjoy. Extending their hours to 8 p.m. tonight, many students are turning to the gym as a place to go to stave off boredom.
My father always told me when I was growing up, “The only person you can compare yourself to is yesterday’s you”. That never made a whole lot of sense to a six-year old me, who only wanted to play like Derek Jeter, the New York Yankees’ shortstop. However as I grew up I began to understand that the only life I should try and live is my own.
Everywhere first-year women's soccer head coach Neil Payne has gone, he has won. Now it's time to see if he can continue his tradition of winning with Elon University.
Elon University's women's soccer team fell to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte 49ers at Rudd Field on Thursday night. With a 2-0 loss, Elon fell to a 2-2-3 record, and Charlotte improved to 4-2.
Elon travelled up to the Garden State Sunday night to take on the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers University. Elon trounced Rutgers 8-1 to improve to 2-1 on the year.
To even play at the Division I level, many athletes have already beaten the odds. Per the NCAA, male high school basketball players have exactly a one percent chance to play in the top collegiate division, and women have a slightly better chance at 1.2 percent. The odds don’t get much better, no matter what sport you play.
Though her time in the Maroon and Gold may be done, 2018 graduate Shay Burnett is not ready just yet to hang up her basketball shoes.
The final chapter of Alumni Gym seemed perfect. After serving as the mecca of Elon basketball for 68 years, it was time for the doors to close on March 1, 2018. In the venue's swan song, Elon’s ninth president, Connie Book, attended her first ever game in her new position; Shay Burnett scored a triple-double, and women’s basketball capped off perfection at home, winning all 13 games on home hardwood. In Hollywood, a personified Alumni Gym would then ride into the sunset.
Two Elon golfers have left their marks on the links this summer. Patrick Frodigh ’18 and rising senior Katherine Reilly performed at some of the highest levels an amateur can.
Elon University announced on Tuesday, July 10, the addition of five incoming freshman to the women’s basketball roster. Kayla Liles, Brie Perpignan, Micaela Ryan, Duru Tasman, and Tyja Traore will join the two-time defending CAA champs, looking to fill gaps left by three starters that graduated last year.
Men’s basketball head coach Matt Matheny has officially announced three freshmen that will fly with the Phoenix in the upcoming inaugural season at the Schar Center. Chuck Hannah, Andy Pack and Kris Wooten will all be playing under Matt Matheny, looking to add a fresh spark to the Elon program.
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.