Golfer’s attitude helps beat cancer

October 25, 2012

West Loveland first noticed the lump on his neck last April.

He had been more fatigued than usual and thought it must be from a cold he was sure he was getting over.

Dig Pink game recap

October 25, 2012

The annual Women’s Volleyball Dig Pink game on Oct. 19 raised over a thousand dollars for the Side-Out Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to united volleyball players and coaches to fight breast cancer.

Is NFL’s October really pink?

October 25, 2012

When the calendar flips to October, we can be sure two things will change: the leaves will turn orange and the NFL will turn pink.

Golden Eagles soccer ebbs and flows

October 25, 2012

The men’s and women’s soccer teams played a busy schedule over the past couple of weeks. Both teams faced-off against Wayland Baptist on Oct. 11, Lubbock Christian on Oct. 13, St. Gregory’s on Oct. 17 and Rogers State on Oct. 19.

Women win 3-0 against USAO

October 11, 2012

The Lady Eagles prevailed over the University of Science and Arts during Saturday’s Homecoming match 1-0.

Men lose beatdown to No. 5

October 11, 2012

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, ranked fifth in the nation, shut-out the Golden Eagles 3-0 during Saturday’s match.

This is the second straight conference loss for the team, who had previously fallen to Oklahoma Baptist 1-0.

Rugby falls just short of historic win

October 11, 2012

The Golden Eagles rugby club capped a successful first half of the fall season by almost making history.


In their annual Alumni Game, the Golden Eagles fell to the Silver Eagles by a try, 38-33.

Famous Eagle Wally Moon returns

October 11, 2012

This Homecoming, a John Brown University legend from a near forgotten era returned.

Former Major Leaguer Wally Moon, who coached John Brown’s baseball team from 1966 to 1977, returned to campus and signed his memoir, “Moon Shots”.

Volleyball slump continues

October 11, 2012

The John Brown Volleyball team sits at 1-5 in conference after two tough conference losses last week. With the second worst conference record in the Sooner Athletic Conference, the Lady Eagles have over a week to prepare for Oklahoma Baptist on Oct. 19.

Cross country competes

October 11, 2012

JBU’s women’s team finished in seventh place while the men took eighth this weekend at Oklahoma Baptist Invitational.


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