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Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Not every high school athlete has intentions of playing after graduation, but this was the case for Flagler College senior volleyball playe ...

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Saints for the future- Annie Breen, a soccer standout who has made the most out of a great opportunity

Saints for the future- Annie Breen, a soccer standout who has made the most out of a great opportunity

  By Jeffrey Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Not often as a freshman do you get the chance to start in a collegiate soccer game. Well, that rare moment became a reality for Flagl ...

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Getting to know the seniors: Volleyball’s Amelia Morgan

Getting to know the seniors: Volleyball’s Amelia Morgan

Senior volleyball player Amelia Morgan is a Flagler College athlete with a story that tells us how exactly she ended up playing in crimson and gold. Morgan’s decision to come to S ...

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Flagler Tennis raises funds for program

Flagler Tennis raises funds for program

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Our town. Our team. That is the phrase that describes the relationship the city of St. Augustine has with Flagler College Athletics. Being ...

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Saints for the future: Tara Savisky Filling In For The Saints In A Big Way

Saints for the future: Tara Savisky Filling In For The Saints In A Big Way

              By Jeffrey Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Tara Savisky began her journey in elementary school, a time when most kids begin playing sp ...

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Getting to know the seniors: Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez

Getting to know the seniors: Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez

There is more than meets the eye though when it comes to Flagler volleyball senior Ashley Lechleidner Rodriguez, who was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Jacksonville at a young a ...

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Jags Struggle to Find Consistency as Texans Defense Prevails

Jags Struggle to Find Consistency as Texans Defense Prevails

Everbank Field — After being on the road for three straight weeks, the Jaguars were back in town to take on divisional rival, Houston Texans. After scoring 31 points last week, th ...

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Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

At the age of 11, Shea Hamilton had her first chance at trying out for her school’s junior varsity volleyball team. Unfortunately, she was one of the few girls not picked to join ...

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Saints Profile: Women’s Tennis- Kelly Burge

Saints Profile: Women’s Tennis- Kelly Burge

For English tennis player Kelly Burgis, the move from the United Kingdom to the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Ga., turned out to be a big culture shock. Since tr ...

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A New American Boxing Hero

A New American Boxing Hero

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu   In an age of boxers and not fighters, it’s rare to see classic knockouts. The bone chilling, eye popping, haymaker shots that boxing ...

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Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Losing a home opener to start off a season that was arguably filled with the highest expectations in recent memory isn’t easy, but that changed when the women's volleyball team fe ...

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Jaguars look to start season hot, come out cold with loss

Jaguars look to start season hot, come out cold with loss

After a tough year in 2014, the Jaguars were looking for a hot, confident start, but unfortunately on Sunday got off on the wrong foot. ...

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Game on: A preview of Flagler’s fall sports

Game on: A preview of Flagler’s fall sports

It's a new school year, a new beginning, but most importantly a new season for Flagler Saints sports. As always there is much anticipation to see how each team is going to perform ...

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The career-ender: For baseball players, labrum tears still one of most debilitating

The career-ender: For baseball players, labrum tears still one of most debilitating

Michael Gaither sat in the doctor’s office massaging his right shoulder. He lightly moved it in a circle stretching it, testing it. His shoulder had been causing him pain as he th ...

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Baseball coach Barnett makes history with 800th career win

Baseball coach Barnett makes history with 800th career win

At a home-opening, doubleheader against Trinity Baptist this year, Flagler College Baseball Coach Dave Barnett joined an exclusive club in Division II baseball: 800-career victori ...

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The Shipyards: Is it the key to another major sports team for Jacksonville?

The Shipyards: Is it the key to another major sports team for Jacksonville?

Since the city of Jacksonville was awarded the Jacksonville Jaguars by the National Football League in 1993, the city has been the focus of continual growth with the hopes of beco ...

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