Wow! What an exceptional look from The (Burlington, N.C.) Times-News at what fuels #Elon cross country senior Luis Vargas. “Easily, my school and my team and my family,” he says. “Without them, I would not be in the position I am now." Luis is the only NCAA Division I runner who can claim an undefeated season. He'll compete for a national championship this Saturday. Join us in cheering on Luis and read more by clicking the image!
It's official: #Elon and our Elon Phoenix athletics program are now part of the Colonial Athletic Association! See all the reasons why the CAA is a natural fit for Elon here: http://www.elon.edu/e-net/Article/96236
Elon formally joins the Colonial Athletic Association
Here's all the ticket information for Thursday's NCAA first round showdown between the #Elon Men's Soccer team and Clemson. Tickets cost $3 with a student ID and $5 otherwise. Read more: http://www.elonphoenix.com/news/2013/11/19/GEN_1119133527.aspx
Following a full renovation of the facility, #Elon has opened the Jerry and Jeanne Robertson Track and Field Complex, named in honor of the Burlington, N.C., couple who are longtime supporters of the university, student-athletes and Phoenix athletics programs. Thanks for your continued support! Learn more about the facility by clicking the image.
The Seattle Sounders Women have signed former Elon University women's soccer standouts Olivia Mackey and Kimmie Krauss, the club announced Monday, March 24. Read more: http://www.elonphoenix.com/news/2014/3/24/WSOC_0324145124.aspx
Mackey and Krauss Sign With Seattle Sounders Women
Elon women's soccer star and Southern Conference player of the year Nicole Dennion is battling a bone cancer - but she isn't alone. An incredible support network at #Elon and beyond is rallying to help her and you can, too! Read more: http://www.elon.edu/e-net/Article/90460
Teammates rally to help Elon soccer star facing cancer
▶ Q&A with Elon Head Football Coach Rich Skrosky - Elon University introduced Rich Skrosky as the new Phoenix head football coach on Dec. 12, making Skrosky the 21st head football coach in school history and the man who will guide Elon as it moves to the Colonial Athletic Association for the 2014 season. Skrosky answered questions from the media after a press conference in the Hendrickson Football Center.