Dolphin Media

Dolphins Blanked by Old Dominion

Sara Wicks, Sports Editor

September 29, 2015

Filed under Archive, Soccer, Sports

The Jacksonville men’s soccer team fell Old Dominion 4-0 in a lopsided match that left the Dolphins scratching their heads. The score didn’t accurately reflect the effort put forth by the Dolphins who had a 3-1 advantage on corner kicks and seven shots on goal at halftime. Even behind a strong first half, the Dolphins found themselves down 1-0 at the break and were unabl...

Volleyball End Losing Streak

Sara Wicks, Sports Editor

September 29, 2015

Filed under Archive, Sports, Volleyball

Day One The JU volleyball team lost all three sets of their Friday night match against the College of Charleston who hosted the weekend challenge. The Cougars came out strong in the first set, taking and early 15-3 lead. The Dolphins battled but their comeback effort fell short and the Cougars won the first set 25-13. The second set proved to be much more of a competition, but the...

Dolphins Unable to Find an Answer

Emily Myslinski, Contributing Writer

September 29, 2015

Filed under Archive, Softball, Sports

The women’s soccer team put forth its best performance this season in a loss to Florida Atlantic University with a final score of 0-1. The first half did not play out in the manner in which the Dolphins had hoped. The offense struggled but the defense put up a great fight, which kept the Dolphins in the contest. Although they had a rough start, the second half was a new...

One Spark Is Upon Us

Patrick Wilkins, Sports Editor

April 9, 2015

Filed under Archive, Editorial, Sports

If you’ve been living in Jacksonville consistently for the last couple of years, then I’m sure that you are aware of the world’s largest crowdfunding festival named One Spark. One Spark takes place over a week-long period and features project creators from categories ranging from art to technology, from science to music. The festival, which takes place throughout downtown...

More Than a Soccer Match

More Than a Soccer Match

April 7, 2015

The Dolphins got a great glimpse into the professional world of soccer when they took on the Jacksonville Armada FC. Losing to the Armada 2-0 at hom...

Lacrosse Recap

Lacrosse Recap

April 7, 2015

JU Uses Comeback to Beat Robert Morris On March 11 the men’s lacrosse team defeated Robert Morris 18-13 at D.B. Milne Field on JU’s campus...

While You Were Gone

Patrick Wilkins, Sports Editor

April 7, 2015

Filed under Archive, Sports

BASEBALL LOSES INAUGURAL MAYOR’S CUP The Dolphins lost the inaugural Mayor’s Cup 3-2 to cross-town rival UNF. What used to be a game played for bragging rights between the two schools is now a game that carries the weight of the winner being labeled city champion and owner of the Mayor’s Cup for one year. The two teams treated the crowd at John Sessions S...

JU Beats Sixth Ranked UCF

Patrick Wilkins, Sports Editor

April 7, 2015

Filed under Archive, Baseball, Sports

The Dolphins beat the Knights from UCF 13-9 in a rain-soaked slugfest at John Sessions Stadium. The offensive battle featured 21 total hits that included four home runs, five doubles and a triple between the two teams. The Dolphins’ offense exploded early in the contest and continued throughout the remainder of the game as they pounded out 12 hits and had four...

Play to Defeat ALS

Play to Defeat ALS

February 26, 2015

Phi Delta Theta is hosting a Powder Puff Football Tournament Saturday March 7 to raise money for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. More commonly known as Lou...

Starting Off Strong

Starting Off Strong

February 26, 2015

On the weekend of Feb. 15, the Jacksonville University Sailing Team placed first among 19 teams in the South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association...

Dolphins Up and Down Season Continues

Ja'Mesha Richard, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

Filed under Archive, Basketball, Sports

On Thursday, Feb. 19, the Dolphins recorded their eighth win of the season as they beat Northern Kentucky 87-75 at Swisher Gymnasium. The win made the Dolphins 3-8 in conference play and 8-19 overall. Junior guard Kori Babineaux had a career high 27 points and 10 assists on his way to earning "Newcomer of the Week" for the second time this season. Sophomore Marcel White...

Back-to-Back Wins for the Dolphins

Ja'Mesha Richard, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

Filed under Archive, Basketball, Sports

The JU Dolphins traveled to Northern Kentucky on Thursday, Feb. 19 and came back with a 76-62 win in a back and forth contest that saw five ties and seven lead changes. Junior forward Briona Brown led the Dolphins with 22 points and freshman guard Brandi Blue had a career high of 17 points, all of which were scored in the second half. It seemed as though the Norse was...

The student news site of Jacksonville University.
Sports