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Cup fans overfloweth with joy

The Stanley Cup is the oldest, most fabled trophy in sports. But the average student on John Brown University most likely has no idea that National Hockey League’s 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs start in less than a week. Senior and St. Louis Blues fan Chris Byington said while he finds […]

Eagles golf
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Eagles golf

The Eagles last regular season tournament is April 9-10 at the Southwestern Christian Tournament in Oklahoma City. The Eagles finished 5th out of 13 teams at the Swede Invitational in Salina, KS on March 5-6 and 3rd out of 7 teams at the Central Baptist Invitational in Little Rock March […]

Eagle named All-American
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Eagle named All-American

Senior forward Adrian Miller was named to the NAIA’s All-America Second Team. Miller, a 6-4 forward from Hernando, Miss., led JBU in scoring, assists and steals during his senior year. He also finished 13th in the country in field goal percentage with 59.2 percent from the floor. Miller guided the […]

Golden Eagles plan for future
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Golden Eagles plan for future

As the university grows and changes, the athletic department at JBU does the same. Some of these are well known thoughts and processes, while others are not as talked about. Along with the growth of the school, the athletic department needs to grow. According to Director of Athletics, Robyn Daugherty, […]

Brother and sister
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Brother and sister

Leah Engstrom first started playing tennis the summer after sixth grade. Her brother Eric had just decided to try out for his middle school’s tennis team. They and their parents went to their local tennis courts almost every night to play together. “We would always go out late at night […]

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University considers drug testing

The development of a potential athletic drug education program is the subject of ongoing conversations between the athletic department and other groups on campus at John Brown University. Todd Bowden, head athletic trainer, has been in the process of drafting a drug philosophy specifically for the athletic department. This semester, […]

Catching fun, releasing stress
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Catching fun, releasing stress

A full moon lights the lake while thousands of large mayflies hatch on the surface of a lake Michigan’s Sylvania Wilderness. Large mouth bass make a sharp, slurping sound as they snap up the flies. Fly fishermen wading in the water flick their lines, attempting to land where they heard […]

Lady Eagles lose quiet leadership
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Lady Eagles lose quiet leadership

On the court, senior post Chelsea Garrison is known for taking over the paint, blocking shots and halting lay ups before they get near the basket. But off the court, Chelsea Garrison is known for her quiet leadership and gentle spirit. “My goal was to lead by how I play,” […]

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Tourney leaves school in the black

The Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament drew regional fans and proved a success for the University, thanks to the work of faculty and alumnus volunteers. The Sooner Athletic Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament at Bill George Arena was University’s first time hosting. Between managing lodging, transportation, and scheduling for visiting […]

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Oklahoma schools win big in SAC

Coming into the weekend of the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament, the men’s and women’s seasons could not have been more different. The women’s teams from Lubbock Christian and Southern Nazarene separated themselves from the pack and nationally ranked No. 1 Oklahoma City had previously established itself as an elite force. […]