Sports


Soccer star trades in cleats for track shoes

By Chelsea Commodari | gargoyle@flagler.edu 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…


Associate Dean has a rich scouting past

As a young man, Yvan Kelly picked up basketball nearly due to convenience. He loved it, but did not have a passion for it. The few shots he took, however, led him to coaching, becoming an Associate Dean and eventually an NBA scout.




Butts over Barrels: The sexualization of female surfers

While spending a winter in Rincon, Puerto Rico, I learned so many things. I learned to watch for sea urchins when entering and exiting the water. I learned which food trucks were the best for a quick lunch. I learned exactly where not to park a rental car at certain surf breaks.


Masters Ratings preview for Post Tiger PGA

The PGA Masters was a grand arrival for Spieth on the biggest stage of his sport and another Masters win for one of golf’s most likable players in the long-hitting Watson. Yet it was overshadowed by the absence of Tiger Woods, who did not play in this year’s tournament due to a back injury.


The Intramural Experience

In my years competing for the coveted gray shirts, I have learned that students give effort beyond reasonable expectations to become champions of their favorite sport.


Breaking down the last barrier in sports

By Brian Schaffnit | gargoyle@flagler.edu Sports have meanings that go beyond the playing field. The world just witnessed the closing ceremony at the Winter Olympics which is a celebration of the cultural melting pot that is our world with the…