This summer Jacksonville University’s Track and Field team is enjoying a runner’s high as it proudly sends off two of its alumni to the Olympic Track and Field Trials, Adja Sackor and Michelle Howell. The trials are taking place June …Read More »
The day dawned over Narragansett Bay in Newport, R.I., with bright skies and a brisk northerly wind. On the bank, the boats sat uncharacteristically still. Built for speed, the Laser Radials were meant to slice through currents, but like most …Read More »
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) announced the 28 winners of its Athletics Director of the Year Award (ADOY) on Wednesday and Jacksonville Senior Vice President and Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert was chosen …Read More »
Ground has been broken, and clearing has begun for Jacksonville University’s new basketball performance center. The center, currently scheduled to open in time for the 2021-2022 season, will be the future home of the JU men’s and women’s basketball teams, …Read More »
The Jacksonville University community turned out this week to wish sophomore Charlotte Rose good luck as she attempts to secure a place on the US Olympic sailing team.
Charlotte left Thursday for the Radial World Championships beginning Friday, Feb. 21, …Read More »
The CBS Sports Network documentary “Jacksonville U: Can Do” explores how the Dolphins’ 1970 NCAA title run helped unite a city dealing with racial unrest and trying to break free from its segregated past.
The one-hour documentary, which also celebrates …Read More »
Sixty athletes finished the recently completed fall semester with grade point averages (GPA) of 4.0 to lead the Jacksonville University student-athlete cohort of more than 400 athletes to a school-record 3.36 average GPA.
“An average GPA of above a 3.0