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    • Walter Shinn and Colin Crothers inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame.

      Flagler College inducted two tennis greats at the 11th annual Athletics Hall of Fame

      Sep 29
      Colin Crothers, ‘84 – men’s tennis Crothers was a three-time NAIA All-American from 1982-84. In 1982 and 1983, he reached the national quarterfinals, and in 1984, he and Peter Ryan advanced to the NAIA doubles finals. Currently, Crothers is in his 16th season as the head women’s tennis coach at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. 
    • Flagler unveiled its new soccer stadium seating at the Sept. 2 season opener against Embry-Riddle at Saints Field.

      New soccer stadium unveiled at Saints Field

      Sep 29
      Flagler unveiled its new soccer stadium seating at the Sept. 2 season opener against Embry-Riddle at Saints Field.
    • A picture of Walter Shinn.

      Goodbye to a tennis legend

      Sep 29
      After 35 years as the head women’s tennis coach and five national titles, Flagler College’s Walter Shinn has finally called it a match. Shinn retired at the end of the spring season. 
    • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

      Mundy, Women's Cross Country land spot at nationals for first time in NCAA

      Apr 11
      For the first time in the NCAA era, the women’s cross country team, and the top runner for the men’s team, qualified for a national championship.
    • A picture of Jud Damon in the locker room.

      Good sport

      Apr 11
      Athletic Director Jud Damon wins NCAA’s prestigious award for sportsmanship By Tom Iacuzio, ‘06 Photos by Zach Thomas, ‘00
    • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

      Athletics Hall of Fame celebrates 10 years with five new inductees

      Sep 26
      Flagler College held its 10th annual Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony in May, adding five new members:
    • A picture of Steve Melia on a baseball field wearing a New York Yankees jersey.

      Flagler alumnus chronicles ‘Almost Epic Journey’

      Sep 26
      To say Steve Melia is a baseball fan could be the understatement of the century. The 1992 Flagler College alumnus is the author of “162: The Almost Epic Journey of a Yankees Superfan,” chronicling his journey to attend all 162 New York Yankee games during the 2011 season.
    • Johan Schwartz, pictured in front of his car, ’93, shattered the world record in drifting.

      The Fast and Furious

      Sep 24
      Alumnus johan Schwartz drifts his way into record books
    • A picture of J.P. Clark.

      Clark lives his NBA dream

      Apr 4
      The son of a Flagler College basketball legend has been living his dream working within the NBA.
    • A picture of Martin Guntrip

      Advantage: Guntrip

      Apr 4
      Martin Guntrip, ‘81, has spent his entire life around the world of tennis, and since 2005 he’s literally been at the top of it as club secretary of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, home to Wimbledon.
    • A picture of a softball team jumping in a huddle.

      On The Rise

      Sep 21
      Softball reaches national championship this year thanks to competitive drive
    • A picture of John Sgromolo.

      Baseball grad wins NCAA Sportsmanship Award

      Sep 21
      Former Flagler first baseman John Sgromolo (above) was selected as the Division II male winner of the NCAA Sportsmanship Award. This is the first time a Flagler College student-athlete has won it.
    • Flagler College’s Garrett Bush, Jonathan Armold and John Sgromolo were each selected in June’s 2012 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, marking the first time three players from the school were selected in one draft.

      Three Saints chosen in 2012 MLB Draft

      Sep 21
      Flagler College’s Garrett Bush, Jonathan Armold and John Sgromolo were each selected in June’s 2012 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, marking the first time three players from the school were selected in one draft. Bush, a right-handed pitcher, went in the 24th round, the 747th pick overall, to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Armold, a right-handed pitcher went in the 30th round, the 935th overall pick, to the Milwaukee Brewers. John Sgromolo, a first baseman, was selected in the 37th round, the 1,136th pick, to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
    • Fall 2012 Flagler College Magazine Cover.

      The three Rs: Rays, Rams & Rebranding

      Sep 21
      Killingsworth to take on NFL with marketing role at St. Louis Rams
    • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

      Slugging through the glass ceiling

      Apr 2
      Brown taking minor league baseball by storm as one of the only female GMs
    • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

      Volleyball, soccer return to winning ways in 2011

      Apr 2
      Volleyball  The Flagler College volleyball team finished the season ranked No. 14 in the final American Volleyball Coaches Association’s (AVCA) Division II Top 25 poll. The ranking was the highest ever achieved by the program. Flagler wrapped up its season with a 31-7 record and an appearance in the elite eight at the NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball National Tournament before falling to Cal State San Bernardino.
    • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

      Five things you should know about Tai Chi

      Oct 4
      Walking by the palm garden on Sevilla Street, you might notice students doing what look like slow motion Kung Fu moves. But that’s not Kung Fu. It’s Tai Chi — a Chinese martial art known for its slow, flowing moves that are part defensive training and part meditation. The class is taught by adjunct professor Wanda Hall, who in her late 60s just won the title of “National Champion in Push Hands” at an International Chinese Martial Arts Tournament. Curious about the ancient art, Flagler Magazine asked her for five steps to becoming a Tai Chi Warrior:
    • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

      Flagler Cross Country runs … and runs … and runs to help causes

      Oct 4
      One hundred eighty-seven miles over two days … in running shoes? That’s what the Flagler men’s and women’s cross country teams did in March from Savannah, Ga.,to St. Augustine.
    • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

      What growing pains?

      Mar 4
      Flagler coaches John Lynch and Taylor Mott have achieved big success since making the jump to the NCAA and Peach Belt Conference
    • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

      Flagler Field takes big step forward with new locker room facility

      Mar 4
      Visitors to Flagler Field will be treated to a radical change this spring. Where there was once a dirt lot for cars and the barest facilities, fans and athletes attending baseball, soccer and softball matches will now find paved parking and the new Flagler Field Locker Room Facility.
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