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September 15, 2010

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Picture this scene for a moment. 5…4…3…2…1…ERR! Swish! The home crowd explodes with uncontrollable excitement as their star player makes the game-winning shot. The fans of the losing team stand frozen in disbelief as...

Women’s cross country sweeps Redlands Invitational

Cassandra Gonzales, Writer

September 14, 2010

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No. 1 Biola women’s cross country team secured the top seven spots at Friday’s opening race at the University of Redlands Invitational. Biola senior Ryan Richert took top honors for the men’s team, finishing first in th...

Running back chooses faith over football

September 11, 2010

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San Francisco 49ers running back Glen Coffee abruptly retired from professional football on Aug. 13 leaving the football community in complete confusion. Coffee, a 23-year-old former third round pick of the 49ers out of the Univ...

Meet the volleyball captains

Nathan Palatsky, Writer

September 8, 2010

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The Chimes interviews head volleyball coach Aaron Seltzer and team captains Abbie Wright and Lindsay Dietzen about the upcoming season. How do you choose student leaders for your team? Coach: The leaders kind of emerge over t...

Biola grads go pro

September 8, 2010

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Every year Biola teams flock to their National Championships, where they make themselves known as serious contenders. But this competitiveness begs the question; where do Biola athletes end up post-college? Certain Biola ath...

Women’s soccer claims second victory

September 8, 2010

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In a tight match against Colorado Christian, Biola’s women’s soccer team emerged victorious Monday. The Eagles entered the game with a record of 1-1-0, having lost to CSU in a close match Friday. But the women’s team on...

Starting a healthy year

Kristi Peterson, Writer

September 7, 2010

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The summer holiday is over and school is now back in session, but that does not mean that we have to let the summer body disappear with the season. There are many things that can be done to maintain a healthy physique. Though no...

Japan takes Little League title

September 5, 2010

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The United States’ five year reign as Little League World Series Champions came to a dramatic end on Sunday, as Japan won the title in a 4-1 close out against Hawaii. The 10 day final stretch culminated with Japan and Hawaii fa...

Men’s soccer rakes in first goals and win of the season

September 5, 2010

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The intensity started quickly as Whittier College’s DJ Covarrubias took the game’s first shot within the first minute Saturday on his team’s home turf, Graham Soccer Field. But after two consecutive losses and no goals sc...

Meet the captains of men’s soccer

Nathan Palatsky, Writer

September 4, 2010

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The Chimes sits down with Head Coach Bryan Kuderman and seniors Phillip Friehe and Jake Ravenscraft of the NAIA No. 8 ranked men’s soccer team to discuss leadership, potential, and the coming season. How do you choose your c...

Men’s soccer unable to score in second game

September 3, 2010

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Beginning the game with an “Olé” soccer chant, the Cal State University, Los Angeles’ Golden Eagles were determined to win on their home field against Biola’s own Eagles Thursday. Both teams played a low-energy game wi...

Tim Kennedy fighting his way up

Tyler Stewart, Writer

September 2, 2010

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The rising popularity of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and the declining audience for boxing have sparked a nationwide interest in the world of mixed martial arts (MMA). One of the many up-and-coming stars in MMA is...

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