By Alex Strom | email@example.com DeAsha Campbell has a gift. That’s what her grandfather told her when she was child. She hasn’t forgotten it. “My grandfather believed that God gives gifts to everyone, and mine was to play ball, so I didn’t want to waste…
By Troy MacNeill | firstname.lastname@example.org In 2015, the Flagler College baseball team had one of its best seasons ever. Head Coach David Barnett is pushing for even greater success this year. “I hope the returning players got a taste of winning and are hungry for…
By Alex Strom | email@example.com Kyle Cregan has settled into his new job as assistant basketball coach at Flagler College after six years at Florida State University. “I haven’t found the transition to be too hard at all,” said Cregan. “Anytime you’re getting to know…
With the 2014 men’s soccer season nearly hallway through, the Flagler Saints stand at 6-8-1 overall and 3-4 in conference play after being plagued by a number of key injuries.
Flagler College golfer Spencer Schindler is ranked 6th in the nation for Men’s Division II Golf and his career record is 934-238. But even more impressive is the fact that Schindler is only a sophomore.
Every generation, there is a player in the professional sports universe that stands out above the rest. The Jackie Robinsons, Roberto Clementes, Wayne Gretzkys, Cal Ripkens and Tom Bradys make an impact not only in their era, but for the generations to come. Each one contributed something to their game that has made them immortals in the sports world.
St. Petersburg College transfer Skylar Fox is looking to make an immediate impact on this year’s Saints baseball team.
Every team has that one special player. For the Flagler Saints baseball team, that player is Jake Brandenberger. Currently entering the fourth and final year of his Saints career, Brandenberger is one of two players remaining from the freshman class of 2011 along with Andrew Castello.
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The Flagler College men’s basketball team is one win away of making their first playoffs since joining the Peach Belt Conference in 2009.
This Saturday, Mar. 2, the Saints will play Augusta State at 3:30 p.m., at the Flagler Gymnasium for a chance to play in the Peach Belt Tournament.
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Photo by Dyann Busse
This past weekend the volleyball team entered the Peach Belt Conference Tournament as the Number two seed due to their second place finish in conference play. They finished the regular season with a 20-9 record.
The Saints took on Lander University in the semifinal match and won three sets to zero.
Then on Sunday for the finals, the Saints were matched up against long-time rival Armstrong Atlantic State University who won the regular season Conference title this year. The Saints started out strong taking the first set, but then Armstrong Atlantic answered back by winning the next two sets. Flagler was determined to send the finals into the fifth match and was successful by winning the fourth.