Brian Beil, head coach of the men’s and women’s cross country teams, says that adding this new sport will give the athletes more opportunities to achieve their goals.
Expanding recruitment globally creates opportunities for Division II tennis programs, such as Flagler College, to compete at a high level. According to Thomas Hipp, director of tennis at Flagler College, international recruitment is projected to be a large factor in the future success of Flagler College’s Tennis program.
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The Flagler Men’s Basketball team won its fourth consecutive season opener on November 14 against Trinity College with an easy 87-41 non-conference victory in the Flagler Gymnasium.
Flagler shot 48.5% (16-33) from behind the 3-point line, with Matt Clark hitting five and Matt Conway sinking four 3-pointers. Clark went 8-11 from the field, accounting for a team-high 21 points. Jordan Warner included a double-double with 14 points and 15 rebounds, while Richard Brown handed out a game-high seven assists. Freshman center, Quayshad Williams, had a nine point, 10 rebound showing for the Saints in his first collegiate appearance.