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Senior profile: Mercer basketball’s Phillip Leonard

Senior profile: Mercer basketball’s Phillip Leonard

Hayes Rule, Staff Writer
March 17
Filed under Basketball, Sports

In a matter of a year, Phillip Leonard went from playing junior college basketball to beating Duke in the NCAA Tournament. He played alongside future Miami Heat summer league team member Langston Hall. He was a part of a team who won an ESPY for “Best Upset.” And he witnessed people asking his teammate ...

Top five Mercer sports moments of the fall semester

Top five Mercer sports moments of the fall semester

Hayes Rule, Staff Writer
January 30
Filed under Basketball, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Sports

5. Jama runs away from competition for Julius Johnson Invitational win Men’s cross country runner Ahmed Jama took the reigns as a freshman for Mercer last semester, leading the Bears in all five of the team’s races -- but that doesn’t tell the whole story for the Woodstock, Georgia, native. ...

Baseball Review 2014-2015: Bears lose power

Baseball Review 2014-2015: Bears lose power

Justin Baxley, Sports Editor
August 14
Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Mercer Bears baseball team punched a ticket to the NCAA baseball tournament for the third time in six seasons as they won both the Southern Conference regular season and postseason title. They finished the regular season with a record of 35-21 and 16-7 record in the conference, marking...

MU Women's Soccer will face the University of Florida in NCAA Tourney

MU Women's Soccer will face the University of Florida in NCAA Tourney

Marin Guta
November 10
Filed under Breaking, News, Soccer, Sports

The Mercer University women’s soccer team will play No. 8 University of Florida in the NCAA Tournament in Gainesville, Fl. After third-seeded Mercer beat top-seeded Samford University by 2-1 on Sunday, the team automatically earned a bid in the NCAA tournament. The victory was even sweeter considering...

Viva la sport!

Viva la sport!

Garret McDowell
March 30
Filed under Columns, Sports

Well another March Madness has just about wrapped up, and it has proven once again that millions of people are duped into picking teams that choke for their brackets. Like always, the one seeds get upset at some point, but strangely, not even one this year. Many claimed that this year’s bracket was diluted and watered down with medio...

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