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Shooting for hope

Shooting for hope

March 26, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The sports world came to a screeching halt on March 11 as the National Basketball Association postponed all games until further...

No time to relax in lax

Omar Reyes, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— With the dismissal of the Jacksonville University football program, other athletic organizations are poised to show what JU athletes can do. The men’s lacrosse season is in full swing, with one of the best rosters the team has seen in a while. “This is the deepest talent team, I believe, we have ever had at every position,” said Hayden L...

Dave Bell dunks against New Jersey Institute of Technology

Mad about March Madness

March 5, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— The next month and a half will be engulfed by the world of March Madness. Since March 17, 1939, the National Collegiate Athletic Associat...

Dolphins Survive at Campbell: Football Improves to 3-4

snoadmin

October 24, 2013

Back under center for the first time in about a month, Dolphins QB Kade Bell returned with a vengeance throwing for four touchdowns on the way to a 52-45 Jacksonville victory over PFL foe Campbell. The Fighting Camels of Campbell (1-5) came out firing, scoring easily on the Dolphins (3-4, 2-2) defense and looking nothing like a 1-5 team. For the Camels, their defense would...

A Rich History of Athletics: Celebrating the Tradition of JU Sports

snoadmin

October 24, 2013

e Dolphin community would recognize the likes of a Chris Anderson, the pitcher who was selected in the first round of this spring’s Major League Baseball draft or Josh McGregor who quarterbacked JU to a Pioneer Football League title. Then there is the unmistakable Artis Gilmore, Hall-of-Fame basketball player who led JU to a national title game, who now works for the university. But...

JU Suffers Second Loss In As Many Weeks

snoadmin

September 11, 2013

For the second-straight week, the Dolphins football team hit the road to take on another tough FCS non-division opponent. Jacksonville University headed to Jacksonville, Ala. to take on the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in what turned out to be a lopsided contest throughout much of the second half. JU (0-2) drew first blood on a one-yard touchdown pass from Kade Bell to Dorian...

JU Football Preview: A Look at the 2013 Team

snoadmin

September 4, 2013

A new school year means many things but most importantly it means that college football is back. That same notion rings true for your Jacksonville Dolphins. JU returns to action after a 7-4 2012 campaign in which the Dolphins went 5-3 in Pioneer League play finishing tied for fourth place, a sub-par finish as for the standard Dolphins fans have come to know in the Kerwin Bell...

Dolphins Take Two of Three From Kennesaw State

snoadmin

April 16, 2013

The Dolphins baseball team headed back to Georgia, this time to take on A-Sun foe Kennesaw State. Following a 14-4 blowout by the Owls on Friday which saw junior Chris Anderson struggle for the second straight week, sophomore Alex McRae dialed up a dominant performance as JU shutout Kennesaw St. 4-0. The Dolphins got out to a hot start Saturday, scoring three runs in the top...

Terry Alexander: "1" Last Ride

snoadmin

April 16, 2013

Saturday April 6, 2013 was more then just another sunny Saturday to the Jacksonville University family. That Saturday, JU and the university athletic department retired the number of long-time baseball coach Terry Alexander. Alexander has spent the past 34 years as part of the Dolphins coaching staff and the last 23 as head coach. In those 23 years, “T.A.” went 713-590-2...

JU Locks Up Share of A-Sun Title with 16-2 Victory

snoadmin

April 16, 2013

On a day where Jacksonville University honored their first ever lacrosse four-year senior class, the women’s lacrosse team locked up a share of the Atlantic Sun conference title with a 16-2 victory over Detroit. Despite a 45-minute lightning delay, the Dolphins were able to blow past Detroit for at least a share of the inaugural A-Sun championship regular season crown...

The Golf Gods Answer Australia's Prayers

snoadmin

April 16, 2013

Adam Scott endured Augusta National Golf Club’s intense labyrinth of challenges and beauty, a prowling tiger and a wet Sunday trek through some of the most difficult holes in golf. It was a week in which world No. 1 Tiger Woods was supposed to get back up on his high horse and claim his first major championship since the 2008 US Open. Since 2005, Woods has only finished outside...

Tiger Gone Wild

snoadmin

April 3, 2013

It’s not unfamiliar for athletes to decline and seem to fall off the face of the earth later in their careers. They get older, their play declines and they become expendable. Then there are others who make a bonehead decision and are pushed away and looked at as a shell of their former self. I can’t think of anything more painful as an avid sports enthusiast than seei...

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