By Chelsea Commodari | email@example.com When Thomas Gallitz arrived on campus in 2013, his plan was to play soccer. Two years later, you can find him sprinting short distances alongside the newly established track and field team. It was upon the recommendation of Track and…
By Raisa Montilla | firstname.lastname@example.org The Flagler College men’s basketball team has had a terrific start to the 2014-2015 basketball season. According to the latest statistical rankings from the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), Flagler College men’s basketball is ranked among the best in the…
For the first time in Flagler College history, two players were selected for the prestigious NCAA Division II National Hitter of the Week back to back. Second baseman Andrew “Opie” Brodbeck, a junior, and outfielder Nick Kranick, also a junior, were selected for the honor.
Every year the Flagler College baseball team has what is called “scout day.” This is a day where several professional MLB scouts come to watch the team showcase their talents and abilities. It is a great opportunity to show professionals what they can do and to get their names out there
Putting in the effort to achieve good grades is sometimes difficult. For student athletes, it only makes it harder.
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.
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 Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee, Fla.
With the 2014 soccer season well under way, the Flagler College men’s and women’s soccer teams have to play with no stadium around their field.
By Matthew Pagels | email@example.com
If you’ve seen a 5-foot-3 speedster slicing and dicing through defenses and wearing No. 11 for the Flagler Saints, you’ve probably heard the name Williesha “Shorty” Spencer.