Caitlin Rundle

Caitlin Rundle 22' is studying journalism and music in liberal arts at Elon University. Rundle serves as a reporter and member of the production team at Elon News Network, with a focus in sports reporting. When she is not reporting, Rundle is most likely singing, watching the bachelor series or watching a variety of sporting events. After she graduates in the fall, Rundle hopes to work at a sports broadcasting or radio company.

Recent Articles

SPORTS 5/10/22 11:29pm

Elon University baseball cruises against North Carolina A&T

The Phoenix ended the game victorious, but that was not the only victory accomplished by the team. After the game, the team assembled outside the dugout with three chairs, tarps and clippers. One by one, 24 Phoenix players and three coaches made their way to the chairs to participate in a “haircut auction” in an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. 

SPORTS 3/22/22 11:03am

Two Elon University men’s basketball players enter transfer portal

Though the two players have entered their names into the transfer portal, it is not a guarantee they will leave Elon, or that they will get an offer to play elsewhere. They have simply been granted a release so that other schools may contact them if interested. The drawback for student athletes is if they enter their name into the portal, their current institution is able to take away the athlete’s scholarship the term after they enter their name into the portal. 

SPORTS 3/6/22 7:34pm

Elon University men’s basketball falls to UNC Wilmington 75-58

The Elon University men’s basketball team season came to an end with a 75-58 loss to the University of North Carolina Wilmington Seahawks in the quarterfinal game of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament. Despite the Phoenix maintaining a lead for the entirety of the first half, UNCW came out flying in the second half to take the lead, and never let it go. 

NEWS 1/22/22 2:28pm

Elon University Jewish community heals through unity

In the spirit of teaching others to tolerate each other, Minkowitz said that the Chabad center will be offering a new course called “outsmarting antisemitism” starting this spring. The course is not offered for credit through Elon but is open to all in an effort to stop acts of antisemitism before it occurs. 

SPORTS 10/20/21 12:28pm

Changing the game: name, image, likeness

When student athletes across America returned to school for a new season this year, a new interim policy was put into place. Finalizing that policy, the NCAA declared that college student-athletes could finally profit off of their name, image and likeness. 

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