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Men’s soccer looks to continue streak against GSW

By Clay Grubman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College will be hosting Georgia Southwestern in a grudge soccer match this Wednesday at Saints Field. The GSW Canes has not scored a goal against the Saints since the first game they played in…




Men’s basketball continues Clark legacy this season

They always say like father, like son. Sons often aspire to be just like their fathers, mimicking what they say, how they dress and even how they act.

For Flagler men’s basketball coach Bo Clark, he is literally following right in his father’s footsteps–in more ways than one. Clark played for his father, Eugene “Torchy” Clark, on the UCF Men’s Basketball team, and now he coaches his own son, Matt Clark, on the Flagler team.


Athlete endures religious fast to grow in spirit and discipline

Story and photo by Eric Albury | gargoyle@flagler.edu

New year’s resolutions are never easy. Nor are they always followed through to the end. But for Elijah Hayes, backup point guard for the Flagler Saints, his first resolution is already coming to a successful close.

Hayes’ aim was to abstain from meat, dairy, refined sugar, starches and flour for 21 days. No easy task when he had practice six days a week and played 1 to 3 games a week. But Hayes said it was worth it.



Volleyball seniors help build new team chemistry

By Mari Pothier | mpothier@flagler.edu
Photos By Phillip C. Sunkel IV

Flagler Volleyball is off to a great start again as it comes back from a historic season that included a run to the Final Four.

The Saints are currently ranked 22.

Taylor Mott, head coach for Flagler College Saints’ volleyball team, was happy with the team’s results in their first four games.

“I think we did some amazing things in spurts,” Mott said. “We played scared at times, but I think some of the positives that I saw were just incredible.”


Flagler football team still undefeated

By Bo Culkeen | gargoyle@flagler.edu

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 | gargoyle@flagler.edu

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.