Elicia Williamson started cheering at 7-yearsold and began coaching at 15-years-old, eventually opening her own gym, Elite Cheer Company. Today, Williamson is the head cheer coach at John Brown University.
What are some soccer goals for this season?
Yellow and blue helium balloons swept the sky after the newly installed soccer lights were turned on for the first men’s soccer home game of the season.
The University Administration wanted the lights to generate buzz, and they achieved that goal.
The John Brown University women’s tennis team fell 8-1 against Oklahoma Baptist on April 1.
Freshmen Amanda Wilkerson and Taylor Russell partnered for a win at no. 2 doubles, but the Golden Eagles fell to the Lady Bison overall.
John Brown University women’s basketball players Morgan Ankrom and Lauren Rogers have been named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes for 2013-2014.
In an empty Bill George Arena with popcorn kernels and soda lids from the previous nights game all over the bleachers, the Golden Eagle women’s basketball team gathered for practice.
Super Bowl XLVII (or 48 for those who aren’t Roman) was the most watched Super Bowl game ever with over 111 million viewers.
When students walk into the swimming wellness activity class this semester, they may see a familiar face.
Siloam Springs High School’s swimming coach, Stephanie Goddard, is now teaching this wellness activity at John Brown University.
“I struggle to adequately put into words how thankful we are,” head coach Kathleen Paulsen said.
Illuminated by the colorful swirls of glow sticks, approximately 60 contestants ran through downtown Siloam Springs Saturday night to raise money for orphanages in Uganda.