Soccer signs two special additions through Friends of Jaclyn Foundation

Milo and Annie are now official members of the women’s soccer program, able to attend practices, games, team dinners, and more.

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Crystal clear: Citadel implements new bag policy for athletic events

Bulldog fans attending athletic events at The Citadel this year are reminded of the new clear bag policy that’s in effect.

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Citadel soccer team to play Navy on Summerall Field turned soccer field

The Citadel women’s soccer team will host the Navy Midshipmen on Sunday, Sept. 1 at 12 p.m. on Summerall Field, in the middle of The Citadel’s campus.

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American football in Turkey? It’s a thing, a former Citadel standout learned

Jackson, a 2017 graduate of The Citadel, is back home in Mobile, Ala., after playing a season of professional American football in Turkey.

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Citadel grad named assistant women’s lacrosse coach/assistant director of athletic communications

Francis completed her Master’s in Health, Exercise, and Sports Science at The Citadel and started a Varsity Lacrosse program at a Lowcountry high school.

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The Goal of Soccer

After three years with Traquair on the sidelines, the team’s record is 9-10, and the momentum for the youngest women’s soccer team in the Southern Conference is on the upswing.

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Three Citadel companies earn special privileges during first ever Spring Regimental Tournament

After a grueling competition and a dramatic, last-minute tiebreaker, three cadet companies will get to enjoy special privileges after coming out on top.

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The Citadel Judo team takes top slot in collegiate championship

The Citadel Judo team is training for its next competition after taking first place in the senior category during the recent Southeast Regional Collegiate Judo Championships in Summerville. 

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Citadel adds transfer running back with 2,000 career yards to recruiting class

Citadel football expects to sign most of its 2019 recruiting class during the early signing period that starts Wednesday, and the class should come with an added bonus — a transfer running back with more than 2,000 career rushing yards to his credit.

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The Citadel’s coach explains what it’s like to be tied with Alabama at the half

“One thing we’ve realized ever since we’ve been here is, our kids will get up for those games,” Thompson says. “They’ll play extremely hard. Most of my guys don’t have a whole lot of scholarship offers coming out of high school. They play with a little bit of an edge.”

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