athletic department

Flagler football team still undefeated

By Bo Culkeen |

Flagler just wrapped up another amazing football season after defeating the UNF Ospreys in a nail biter. The Saints trailed for most of what was one of the best games in Flagler history.

With three seconds left in the fourth quarter, Saints quarterback Gavin Richardson threw a bomb deep down the field to a crowded end zone. Somehow, from out of the crowd, Antonio Marconi managed to catch the pigskin after it was deflected off of a UNF defenders helmet.

‘Voice of the Saints’ impacts Flagler athletics

By Bo Culkeen |

I remember when I first met Clay Coffman my freshman year. I was sitting in the Lewis lobby watching SportsCenter on the free cable provided by Flagler when Clay and a few other sports fanatics walked in talking about the past Heisman Trophy winners, a Flagler intramural game or just trash talking each other about their favorite college football team. Whatever it was, it involved sports.


By Gargoyle Staff |

The Gargoyle’s Priscilla Muller and Cal Colgan anchor The Gargoyle’s latest innovation, The Gargoyle Webcast. They run down the major stories on campus and send out to sports reporter Kristina Haumschild to see how the baseball team is doing.

‘3D Guy’ visits Flagler

By Lawrence Griffin |

Greg Dinkins’s pride was evident in during his recent visit to Flagler College’s Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, at which he demonstrated how 3D imagery worked.

During his presentation, Dinkins said to create 3D imagery, artists don’t need an Avatar-like budget. He said that it all came down to the distance between the foreground of the image and its background, and also the layering of multiple images over one to add more depth.

Flagler golf picks up new assistant coach

By Kaitlyn Edwards |

J.L. Smith may be exactly what the men’s and women’s golf teams needs for the spring season.

Ever since he arrived, both teams have been playing at their full potential. He looks to assist Head Coach Santiago Cavanagh this season helping out with both golf teams. He met Santiago seven years ago when they played in a mini tour event together.

Men’s basketball frustrated, but still determined

Men’s basketball loses seventh straight.
By Matthew Osterhouse |

Junior guard and captain D.J. Ferguson could not hide his disappointment as he walked out of the locker room following Saturday’s game at Flagler Gym.

The Flagler College men’s basketball team lost its seventh-straight game against the University of North Carolina Pembroke Braves, a Peach Belt Conference battle they desperately needed for their fading playoff hopes.

SGA approves Photography Club, defers Adventure Club

By Lauren Belcher |

Student Government Association will soon allow students to weigh in on how SGA should spend its money.

SGA President David Matulewicz announced this during his executive report at Tuesday night’s SGA meeting. He said a mass e-mail will be sent to students with the current balance of each committee’s budget. SGA is asking students to send in thoughts on how it should spend committee money.