Sports


Men’s soccer kicks it into high gear

Photo by Glenn Judah

Victories over two NCAA Div. I schools spark team to hot start

By Melissa Bear

The men’s soccer team begins their first official season of NCAA Div. II play facing probably one of the toughest schedules they have faced in a number of years, according to Head Coach John Lynch.


Buses break down, but Lady Saints keep rolling

By Devon Jeffreys Photo by Glenn Judah Sophomore middle blocker Leah Melton reaches over the block of William Penn to seal a point in the Aug. 31 match. The Lady Saints went on to a 3-0 victory. Melton’s 1.15 blocks…



A look at new competitors

From Staff In Greek mythology, Triton was the son of the Greek god of the sea Poseidon and goddess of the sea Amphitrite. Triton is known as the messenger of the deep, with the upper body of a man and…


Cross Country sets its sights for nationals

By Michael St. Germain At the start of their match with the University of Florida on Sept. 16, the men’s and women’s cross country teams had already run 500 miles toward their 1,000-mile season goal — averaging 50 miles per…




More to sports than just a game

Devon Jeffreys Entering my second year as sports editor of The Gargoyle and third year on staff, I’m very happy with the strides we have made as a group. The biggest step this year was going to broadsheet, which also…


Women’s soccer hopes to build off last season’s momentum

By Devon Jeffreys

PHOTO CAPTION: Jessica Potter is one of nine soccer players who graduated, leaving the Lady Saints with holes to fill.

A loss in last year’s regional final saw the end of the college careers of some stellar seniors on the Flagler women’s soccer team. This year the team, much like the college in moving to the NCAA, will begin anew.

When the Lady Saints take the field this season coming off what may be the best season in the history of Flagler women’s soccer, they will have a different look – a consequence of losing nine seniors. However, the team continues to have high expectations and is looking to build off the momentum last year created, not let it slip away with the graduation of those seniors.