Liam Stephens

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SPORTS 3/4/23 5:22pm

Elon University men’s basketball loses in first round of CAA tournament to William & Mary, ends 2023 campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Elon University men’s basketball team faced off against the William & Mary Tribe in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament Saturday, and were defeated 73-51 to conclude the 2022-23 season, the first of head coach Billy Taylor’s era.  Before the game, freshman guard Max Mackinnon and senior guard Zac Ervin, who were recently named the conference’s Rookie of the Year and Scholar Athlete of the Year awards, were honored by CAA commissioner Joe D’Antonio.

SPORTS 3/1/23 8:34pm

Elon baseball drops second game of home-and-home series vs. UNC Greensboro

After a perfect first inning by both junior right-handed pitcher Ben Sieracki and UNCG junior right-handed pitcher Caleb Cozart, the Phoenix earned runners on first and second in the top of the second, but a pair of strikeouts — one looking and one swinging — quieted its scoring threat. In the bottom of the inning, UNCG junior right fielder and cleanup hitter Dosi Jonas piped a ball to the right-center warning track, reaching second standing up. One groundout later, a sacrifice fly by UNCG junior first baseman GC Jarman gave the Spartans the early 1-0 advantage.  

SPORTS 2/18/23 6:42pm

Elon University baseball’s offensive struggles leads to 5-1 defeat against the University of Kentucky

The Elon University baseball team left with unfinished business against Southeastern Conference opponent University of Kentucky in the second game of the three game weekend series Saturday, losing 5-1. After being shutout 2-0 by the Phoenix on Feb. 17, Kentucky wasted no time ending the drought, as sophomore left fielder Ryan Waldschmidt smashed a lead off double off the left field fence. 

SPORTS 4/4/22 10:03pm

ELN: The sports update with Liam Stephens

Tonight on Elon Local News: Our Naomi Washington and Annemarie Bonner have more on the repairs to the downtown Elon train tracks, the dance team's journey to the NDA national competition and a preview of the incoming class of 2026.

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