From the very start of the 2021-22 college basketball season, this year’s Jacksonville University men’s basketball team seemed primed to add itself to the list of elite teams in school history. Following the previous year’s 11-13 season that saw the …Read More »
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Sophomore sailor heads Down Under seeking to secure Olympics berth
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 »
Military and Veterans Appreciation Day Saturday at Milne Field honors those who serve
The Dolphins’ match-up against San Diego at noon this Saturday, Oct. 21, is dedicated to the soldiers, marines, sailors, airmen, Coast Guardsmen and their families of the Jacksonville University military community.
Military and Veterans Appreciation Day is a JU tradition, …Read More »
JU family looks outward to help Arlington after Hurricane Irma
Most people wouldn’t stare Hurricane Irma’s wake of destruction in the face and see it as an opportunity, but that’s just how the Jacksonville University family saw it: a chance to give back to the Arlington community and accentuate common …Read More »
Jacksonville University again selected to host NCAA Tournament
Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert ups JU’s influence with appointment to NCAA Division I Council
The University’s voice on issues surrounding student athletes across the nation has doubled with the announcement that Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert is the newest member of the NCAA Division I Council. The council reports directly to the NCAA Division I …Read More »
JU reaches out to help Arlington students learn about college — and life
College students can do wonders for a youth with a half-semester of mentoring – or even a half-day.
The results of both approaches were on display on the same day recently as Jacksonville University students connected with youths from Arlington …Read More »
Former JU athlete Haywood Range builds a following as he forges gold from tragedy at Warrior Games
By Sheri Webber
“I never had a Plan A or B … I thought life just worked itself out,” said Haywood Range III.
But after struggling through college, missing important opportunities and becoming increasingly unable to provide for himself, Range …Read More »
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 …Read More »
Men’s and Women’s Rowing impress USRowing as national convention host site
USRowing, the national governing body for the sport of rowing in the United States, hosts an annual convention in a different city every year, and in December, hundreds of coaches from all across the nation were in Jacksonville.Read More »