Citadel cadet takes oath before taking the field

Cadet — and Bulldog soccer player — Ryleigh Jenkins is joining a long family line of serving our country.

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The Citadel Athletics and The Blood Connection Enter into Multi-Year Partnership with Mission to Save Lives in the Lowcountry

The military college will officially welcome The Blood Connection to campus when their partnership kicks off on Sept. 22 with a blood drive.

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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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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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From Bulls to Bulldogs — the first game of the year is up in the air

Just one month into Capt. Julie Dewey’s new job at The Citadel, the Bulldogs will kick off their football season playing her alma mater, the University of South Florida.

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That Citadel vs. Alabama tape grabbed South Florida coach Jeff Scott’s attention

The Citadel’s 10-10 halftime tie with No. 1-ranked Alabama in 2018 was on new South Florida coach Jeff Scott’s must-watch list for his players

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The Best Player Who Wears No. 16 Is The Citadel’s Brandon Rainey

Throughout the May-August months, HERO Sports is going to name the best returning FCS player by jersey number, 99-1, based on the 2019 season.

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More than 50 freshmen athlete recruits report to campus

The first 55 cadet-recruits of the Class of 2024 are receiving the first stage of their Citadel education after reporting to campus on July 29.

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