JBU’s women’s team finished in seventh place while the men took eighth this weekend at Oklahoma Baptist Invitational.
The Lady Eagles are set to face Mid-America Christian Oklahoma tonight on the road before coming home this weekend for Homecoming against Oklahoma City and a non-conference game against MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.).
In their last game the Lady Eagles snapped a winning streak.
Now, on Homecoming weekend, they will look to start a new one.
At the Ozarks Invitational in Clarksville, Ark. on Saturday, the Golden Eagles men’s and women’s teams placed first and second, respectively.
The win by the men’s team was the first team win for the cross country program.
The men dominated in a 29-point effort in the 8K.
Winning this Homecoming is not going to come easy.
The Golden Eagles will play the fifth ranked team in the nation on Homecoming Weekend.
As of this week, everyone at John Brown is a free agent.
JBU intramurals recently moved its online presence to www.imleagues.com, a website used by intramural programs at campuses nationwide.
Symone Sandiford-Williams reunited with her husband Andre at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport. After hugging and kissing him, she told him how much she missed him.
The Lady Eagles will go for their sixth win in a row in today’s conference opener against Oklahoma Baptist.
JBU will face a 2-4-0 Lady Bison squad that it has beaten in their last five regular season meetings, going back to 2007.
The Lady Eagles will face Oklahoma Baptist tonight after disheartening first weekend of conference play that left them with three losses.
OBU has a season record of 17-3 and a Sooner Athletic Conference of 2-0.
We have all seen Tim Tebow take a knee when he scores a touchdown. This is an excellent form of witnessing and it is quite encouraging to believers who routinely see athletes glorify themselves.