Meet the active duty Marine playing football for The Citadel. (PS, he’s fast.)

He’s served in Haiti, Kuwait and Syria, and was posted to the Pentagon for the last two years as the highest ranking enlisted Marine.

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Al Kennickell to be Inducted into The Citadel’s Hall of Fame

From his time as versatile player for the Bulldog football team, Al Kennickell was committed to the concept of team first.

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Rejuvenated athletics branding revealed after college gathers input from Citadel Bulldogs fans

Tenacity. Strength. Grit. That’s what it takes to be a member of the Corps of Cadets and what The Citadel’s refreshed athletics brand reflects.

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Buy or renew your season tickets now for Bulldogs’ fall football

“We are really excited about getting all of Bulldog Nation back inside Johnson Hagood Stadium in the fall.”

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Nai’Ryan Bookert’s journey to The Citadel: A group home, a new family and 8-man football

“I’m going to do what I have to do to play, to get on the field. And in the classroom, I’ll do what I have to do to get a degree.”

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Photos: Therapy dogs visit cadets at The Citadel

A group of therapy dogs visit cadets at The Citadel for a SoCon Student Athlete Mental Health Awareness Week campaign.

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Mapping America’s extreme urban heat

“…nationally heat causes more deaths than flooding. People are not ordered to “evacuate” from a heat wave.”

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Hospital Sisters Health System announces new President and CEO, Damond Boatwright, ’94

The Corps’ Honor Code, a cadet does not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do,’ built inside of me a high level of integrity to help guide my decision making through many challenging times.”

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Four Citadel alumni in the NFL game

Four Citadel alumni, all former Bulldogs football players, are working as for NFL teams – two as assistant coaches, and one as a player for the Buffalo Bills.

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