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“There’s nothing like Aggie Stadium at night.”
For the last four years, Elon University football has seen wide receiver Aaron Mellette break numerous school records while torching opposing Southern Conference defenses with ease.
The word “chemistry” might take one’s mind back to a high school science lab. For the Elon University football team, chemistry refers to getting all 11 players on both sides of the ball to play as one.
Behind 278 passing yards from junior quarterback Mike Quinn, the Elon University football team defeated West Virginia Wesleyan College 49-7 on Saturday night Sept. 7 in Rhodes Stadium.
West Virginia Wesleyan College will open their 2013 football season, the first under new head coach George Shehl, on Saturday night Sept. 7 against Elon University. With West Virginia Wesleyan preparing to play for the first time on the year under a new coach, Elon head coach Jason Swepson admitted his team and staff know very little about how the Bobcats will operate.
Quite simply, the Elon University football team’s defense struggled in 2012. Elon surrendered 350 points in 11 games a year ago for an average of 31.8 points per game — second to last in the Southern Conference.
Hey America, did you know football is starting up this week? Of course you did. How can you not?
Last week, we discussed the divide between NCAA Division I’s Football Bowl Subdivision and Football Championship Subdivision. This weel, another level of college football comes into play — Division II.
The Elon University football team struggled to score in a 70-0 defeat at the hands of Georgia Tech on Saturday, Aug. 31 in Atlanta.
The spread offense is all the rage in college football. Teams of all shapes and sizes have found success in passing the ball all over the field and “creating space.” For a select few teams, however, a completely different type of offense drives their success. One of these teams is Georgia Tech, Elon University’s opponent for Saturday’s season-opening game.
College football has returned. Finally. The season opens Thursday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. with the University of North Carolina traveling to Columbia, S.C. to take on the University of South Carolina Gamecocks.
Unlike the National Football League, college football does not have preseason games. There are no exhibitions to get game experience without worrying about a win-loss record. However, the setup of NCAA Division I football permits the next best thing for big-name teams.
In recent memory, no Major League Baseball pitcher has had a more heralded debut than the Washington Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg. The first overall pick in the 2009 MLB Draft, Strasburg made his first start in the majors on June 8, 2010.
The Pendulum has learned Elon University head football coach Jason Swepson has named junior Mike Quinn starting quarterback for the team’s Aug. 31 opener at Georgia Tech.
Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Johnny Manziel has been all over the headlines this offseason. Sure, the defending Heisman Trophy winner is drawing all sorts of football-related buzz for his exciting play and ability to actually defeat the University of Alabama. But much of the press on Manziel has been directed toward his off-field adventures and mishaps.
Summer. The season of relaxing, visiting your favorite beach or lake and taking a brief break from the grind of the spring semester. For Elon University baseball players, the grind of the spring semester meant a 64-game college baseball season. Playing 64 games in less than four months is taxing, but several Elon players are continuing their season through college summer baseball.
A new stadium opened. Records fell. Upsets occurred. Legends were made and awards were won.
Well, the Elon University athletic department took my advice and officially announced a move to the Colonial Athletic Association for the 2014-15 academic year.
There’s an old adage in sports that players who earn their starting roles are more driven, more motivated and are willing to work harder for their success. For the Elon University softball team, that adage applies to junior center fielder Carleigh Nester.
Having already been dominated twice by Samford University sophomore pitcher Shelby Scott, the Elon University softball team knew it had a tough task ahead on Wednesday May 8. Once again, Scott had the upper hand and her Bulldogs shut out the Phoenix in the Southern Conference tournament play-in game 8-0.