Sports Shorts

Intramural sports update

Jessica Echterling

Currently, teams are being put together for the intramural volleyball tournament and at the conclusion of the Flag football, the floor hockey and basketball intramural seasons will begin. Intramural tennis tournaments are being held monthly as well.

Students interested in intramurals should check their Flagler E-mail for updates on the intramural opportunities available for both individual and team sports.

Saints looking for spark

From Staff

The Saints men’s tennis team has gotten off to an uneven start for their 2006 campaign.
However, a closer look at their 4-2 record reveals a 1-2 record in conference. The team remains undefeated at home, but their conference schedule takes them to St. Thomas and Northwood in early April. Those two matches could be crucial in determining their conference standing.

“The team is doing better than last year,” sophomore Svendi Rueff said. “We have started off stronger.”

Rueff is ranked number four on the team behind doubles partner Jeremy Lamande. Mario Jutronic and Andri Jonsson anchor the Saints at Nos. 1 and 2.

Men’s golf ranked in top 10

From Staff

After a fourth place finish at the Florida Tech Panther Invitational, the Saints men’s golf team moved up 10 spots in the NAIA top 25 poll, being ranked No. 10.

The finish was 22 strokes ahead of defending NAIA champions and current No. 1 ranked Johnson and Wales.

Regionals will be held April 7-9 in Lake Wales, Fla., and nationals will take place May 15-19 in Olathe, Kan.

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