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Varsity Shooting team Runner-Up at JAX Southeast Collegiate Invitational

The Varsity Shooting team recently co-hosted its sixth Jax Southeast Collegiate Invitational (Regional) Championship Shoot, with the squad coming in as runner-up Main Event Champion among 124 collegiate athletes from nine universities.

The performance follows the team grabbing HOA (High …

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Sailing Team hosts 12 schools at SAISA Co-ed Championship this weekend

The rising JU Sailing Team gets to show off not only its talent and teamwork at the Fall 2016 South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (SAISA) Co-ed Championship this weekend, but also its outstanding facilities and enticing location.

womens-sailing-teamThe team is …

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Honoring those who serve: Military Appreciation Day Saturday at Milne Field

Continuing its commitment as one of the most military-friendly schools in America, Jacksonville University hosts its annual Military Appreciation Football Game at noon Saturday, Oct. 15, at Milne Field vs. defending Pioneer Football League champion Dayton.

The game is dedicated …

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Soccer Capt. Jack Burns’ “All But Alone” blog confronts student stress head-on — and strikes a chord

Jack Burns is entering his second year of captainship for the Jacksonville University men’s soccer program. He has appeared in 45-plus matches for the Dolphins. He has recorded 10 points in his collegiate career. And, last year, he struggled to …

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Science on the sidelines with groundbreaking heart study

At least three Jacksonville University athletic teams will be taking part in a groundbreaking study that will bring science to the sidelines.

The study not only will help JU athletes train better, but make better decisions in competition all while …

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Your memories (on film) needed: TV producer Frank Pace ’73 making documentary on famed ’69-’70 Dolphins team

You might say Frank Pace is finally getting to realize his own “Hoop Dream.”

The 1973 JU graduate and Distinguished Alumnus, an Emmy Award-winning Los Angeles-based producer with more than 700 TV episodes to his credit, is producing the full …

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Elite company: President Cost’s appointment to NCAA Board offers a dynamic chance to help guide college athletics’ future

With a seat at the NCAA’s top governance table, President Tim Cost has earned a prestigious spot that gives him the ability to help steer a nonprofit entity regulating nearly 1,300 educational institutions and helping nearly half a million student-athletes …

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