Friday , 24 November 2017

Setting the example: Point guard inspires team

Setting the example: Point guard inspires team

By Alex Strom | gargoyle@flagler.edu DeAsha Campbell has a gift. That’s what her grandfather told her when she was child. She hasn’t forgotten it. "My grandfather believed that Go ...

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Players “follow his every word”

Players “follow his every word”

By Alex Strom | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kyle Cregan has settled into his new job as assistant basketball coach at Flagler College after six years at Florida State University. “I have ...

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Visa trouble threatens basketball dream

Visa trouble threatens basketball dream

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was Dec. 1 on an unusually warm day in St. Johns County in northeast Florida. The Pedro Menendez High School gym was near empty at 6:2 ...

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Associate Dean has a rich scouting past

Associate Dean has a rich scouting past

As a young man, Yvan Kelly picked up basketball nearly due to convenience. He loved it, but did not have a passion for it. The few shots he took, however, led him to coaching, bec ...

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Flagler College Men’s Basketball Team Off to a Terrific Start

Flagler College Men’s Basketball Team Off to a Terrific Start

By Raisa Montilla | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College men’s basketball team has had a terrific start to the 2014-2015 basketball season. According to the latest statistical ...

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Exhibition game helps Flagler’s men’s basketball team grow with experience

Exhibition game helps Flagler’s men’s basketball team grow with experience

In recent years, the Flagler College Men's Basketball team has faced off against high-caliber, Division I competition at the start of each new season. This year, the Saints took o ...

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New faces look to make impact for men’s basketball team

New faces look to make impact for men’s basketball team

The Flagler College men's basketball team will travel northwest Monday to open the 2013-14 season at Florida State University in an exhibition game. The game will be played at the ...

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Senior Night: Men’s basketball one win shy of playoffs

Senior Night: Men’s basketball one win shy of playoffs

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu  The Flagler College men's basketball team is one win away of making their first playoffs since joining the Peach Belt Conference in ...

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Clark looks to lead Saints to a championship

Clark looks to lead Saints to a championship

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Last season, Flagler College Saints Men's basketball player Matt Clark expected that he wouldn't get much playing time since he was a fre ...

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Men’s basketball coach honored at banquet

Men’s basketball coach honored at banquet

By Latesha Johnson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Men's basketball head coach Bo Clark was recognized for his exceptional leadership at the "Honoring the Legends" banquet held in the Ponc ...

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J.P. Clark, son of Flagler’s Bo Clark, lands job with the Celtics

J.P. Clark, son of Flagler’s Bo Clark, lands job with the Celtics

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu The son of a Flagler College basketball legend has landed a dream job: a coaching position in the NBA. J.P. Clark, 26, will be working in ...

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Former Flagler men’s basketball player signs pro contract

Former Flagler men’s basketball player signs pro contract

By Latesha Johnson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Dyann Busse Flagler College alumni and former basketball star, D.J. Ferguson, signed a professional contract in Germany this sum ...

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New year, new team, new expectations for men’s basketball

New year, new team, new expectations for men’s basketball

By Latesha Johnson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Dylan Busse As the season slowly approaches, the Flagler men's basketball team is preparing for what is expected to be a turnaro ...

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NBA ‘one-and-done’ policy needs a makeover

NBA ‘one-and-done’ policy needs a makeover

By Eric Albury | gargoyle@flagler.edu He finally did it. John Calipari of the Kentucky Wildcats has managed to get his first NCAA Championship after 24 years of coaching college m ...

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Saints men’s basketball hopes to ‘learn through adversity’ for next season

Saints men’s basketball hopes to ‘learn through adversity’ for next season

By Eric Albury | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Eric Albury With the Flagler College men's basketball season shelved until next fall, the Saints have a whole lot to think about. Af ...

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Men’s basketball continues Clark legacy this season

Men’s basketball continues Clark legacy this season

They always say like father, like son. Sons often aspire to be just like their fathers, mimicking what they say, how they dress and even how they act. For Flagler men's basketball ...

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