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“Just keep moving” to be healthy and fit at home

However we choose to do it, every person of any age who is not ill needs to just keep moving to be physically and mentally fit during this time of being cloistered in our home

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In case you missed it: Team Eubanks edges Team Rainey in ‘most fun’ Citadel spring game

Early in March, before the campus was closed due to COVID-19, The Citadel held its annual Blue-White spring football game on Summerall Field.

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Cadets bring the heat for one of The Citadel’s coldest club sports

Friday and Saturday nights are met with a new anticipation for many cadets during hockey season.

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Citadel Notes: Turf going in at football stadium, coach’s contract update, good grades

The Citadel is ready to install artificial turf at Johnson Hagood Stadium, with the new surface slated to be finished by the end of April.

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Citadel’s Willie Eubanks III named SoCon defensive player of the year

Citadel linebacker Willie Eubanks III has been named defensive player of the year in the Southern Conference by the league’s football coaches and media.

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Citadel Track and Field teams hold annual holiday food drive

The track and field and cross country teams took part in their annual holiday food drive earlier this week to support needy families in the Charleston area.

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Soldiers are failing the Army’s new fitness test. Citadel cadets are figuring out why

A group of 20 randomly selected Citadel students on track for an Army commission were taken as part of a group to measure the success of the training program.

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My ring story: where leadership and athletics meet

I could have gone to different colleges and universities for football. But I chose The Citadel because I did not want to go to a normal college.

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Smalls inducted into The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame

Holly Hill native Terrence Smalls, a 1998 graduate of The Citadel, was inducted into The Citadel’s Athletic Hall of Fame this September.

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The ‘face of Citadel football’ is a scrawny backup kicker and future Wall Street analyst

Joshua Roides is a third-team kicker, 5-foot-7 and 166 pounds, who sports a grin with a missing front tooth and often wears black-rimmed nerd glasses.

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