Graduation Fair 2015

The Graduate Fair is this Tuesday, March 31, in Sabbatini Lounge (across from Alfonso Dining Hall).

Graduating students are required to attend this event.Graduates may attend one of the two sessions — either 12:00-1:30 p.m. or 4:30-6:30 p.m. The event is a come-and-go affair; however, please schedule for 20-30 minutes at the fair.

All surveys — both from Career Services and Melissa Andrews — must be completed by the time you arrive to the Grad Fair on Tuesday in order to receive your rain site tickets and announcements .

Photographers will take cap and gown (loaned for the shoot) photos of graduating students at the Grad Fair. There is no sitting fee and no obligation to purchase. Proofs will be emailed to students within 1 week of the sitting.

You will also have the opportunity to check your name in the program, contribute to the Common Cents Fund, sign-up for the alumni mixer, check with the Business Office, purchase a class ring, or leave wisdom for future BUCS!

Anyone unable to attend the Graduation Fair will be contacted by Wilson Phillips on Thursday, April 2 to schedule appropriate pick-ups. Please note that students may not have their classmates pickup their rain site tickets or announcements/announcements.

Should you have any additional questions regarding Commencement, or if you have a true emergency situation, please contact Wilson Phillips in the Office of Student Life. You may reach him by emailing


This Week at CBU

Every Friday in Lent: Stations of the Cross with Campus Ministry at De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 5:30 p.m.
Every Tuesday in Lent: Lenten Reflections with Peer Minsters in St. Joseph Hall 10, 7:00 p.m.

BLOOD DRIVE: The Mu Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is partnering with Life Blood on Monday, March 30 for a blood drive from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. outside of the CBU Bookstore. Your donation of blood can help save up to three lives. Someone needs blood in the United States every two seconds. Make sure you eat before and get a good nights rest. Free t-shirts to donors! You can sign up online for an appointment at this link.

HOW DO YOU LOOK ON PAPER? The Living Learning Communities and Career Services would like to invite any/all CBU students to attend a free Resume Envisioning Dinner Event Monday, March 30 in the LLC 104 Classroom, 5:00-6:15 p.m. Sketch out what your resume for jobs or graduate school looks like now. Then envision with other students over dinner what it could look like when you graduate!  Career Services staff will also explain the purpose and best practices for resumes, and show examples of good student resumes in different job fields. RSVP to Dr. Ben Jordan at  to attend.

STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS:  Academic Services will hold a meeting in Spain Auditorium for all students who are interested in our Students Helping Students Program on Monday, March 30, at 4:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 31 at 6:00 p.m. This covers CARLs, PCs, and Peer Mentors. Pizza will be served!  If you are unable to attend this meeting, see Academic Services for handouts after the meeting.

LASALLIAN COLLEGIAN CROSS:  In preparation for Founders Week (April 7-10), the Lasallian Collegians will have a cross in Alfonso Dining Hall during lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Members of the CBU community are invited to write prayer requests and intentions to be placed on the cross. This cross will be incorporated into the Founder’s Mass on Tuesday, April 7.

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE OF THE CROSS: CBU’s neighbors at Lindenwood Christian Church are presenting a special Good Friday service on April 3 at 5:30 p.m., featuring the Lindenwood Chancel Choir, Orchestra, and Soloists performing motets and selections from the requiems of Mozart, Dubois, and Rutter. Guest clergy for the event will include CBU trustee Msgr. Valentine N. Handwerker (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception), Dr. Scott Morris (Church Health Center), Rev. Sonia Louden Walker (First Congregational Church), and Rev. Virzola Law (Mississippi Blvd. Christian Church).

Are You Participating in the Commencement Ceremony?

If you are participating in the Commencement Ceremony on May 16, 2015, please review the commencement proofs on the CBU website. If you indicated on your Intent to Graduate Application that you wanted to participate in the commencement ceremony, your name should appear on the proof. Please take the time to check your name and major / concentration to make sure that the information that is being printed in the graduation program is accurate. Undergraduate students are listed at, and graduate students are listed at

Please be advised that your diploma/program name must match your name as it is listed in Banner. The only exception to this is if you want to use a middle initial rather than a middle name or vice versa. Any other changes will require the completion of a Request for Name Change form, as well as legal documentation verifying your name.  If you want to participate in the program, and your name does not appear, your status will need to be changed to walking. Please contact with any necessary corrections at  no later than April 10.

Career Services Calendar

Tuesday, March 31: Job Search Boot Camp (Buckman Hall 102, 1:00-2:00 p.m.) Seniors! If you’re still looking for employment after graduation, then don’t miss this event! Group mini-sessions will be conducted on interviewing skills, networking, and job search strategies. Plus, individual resume reviews by recruiters & alumni will be available. An RSVP is REQUIRED for this event, no later than March 30. Call, email or come by Career Services.

Thursday, April 9: Pizza & Professionals: First Horizon (Buckman Hall 102, 12:30-1:30 p.m.)
Tuesday, April 14: Career Power Hour – Negotiating Salary (Buckman Hall 102, 1:00-2:00 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 15: Cupcakes & Conversation: Careers with the Kroc Center (Buckman Hall 102, 3:00-4:00 p.m.)
Thursday, April 16: Pizza & Professionals: Shelby County Schools (Buckman Hall 102, 12:30-1:30 p.m.)


The CBU ASCE Student Chapter traveled to Oxford, MS to compete against 13 other universities during the 2015 ASCE Deep South Conference, hosted by the University of Mississippi on March 19-21. The CBU ASCE student chapter placed third in the surveying competition. The surveying team (pictured above, l-r) consisted of Austin Feathers, Kolbie Seay, and Robert Tworek (Christine Moore is not pictured). Other Civil Engineering students attending and competing in the conference included Reggie Raney, Jaemi Guieb, Lauren Harrett, Eric Rodriguez, Mobarak Alsulaiman, Georgina Johns, Ana Rodriguez, Jodie Crocker, Ibrahim Chum, Jacob McNamara, Grey Peevy, Blake Amato, Brennon Clement, Orlando Femat, Omar Almutairi, and Mitch Bourgeois. The students were accompanied by Dr. Andrew Assadollahi and Mr. Gene McGinnis. Dr. Louie Lin also visited during Saturday’s competition.

Buccaneer guard Trey Casey (Business Administration ’15) was selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches to the Reese’s Division II East-West All-Star Game, and was also named to the NABC and Daktronics All-South Region Teams. Casey is the fourth CBU basketball player to play in the Reese’s All-Star Game, which is played annually as part of the Division II Elite Eight. This year’s game was played March 27 at the Ford Center in Evansville, IN, the night before the national championship game. Casey was one of four GSC players selected to the NABC All-South Region First Team, and he was one of two GSC players named Second Team Daktronics All-South Region.

Nate Celeski (History ’15) has been accepted by the following law schools: Mississippi College, Mercer College, the University of Memphis, and the University of Mississippi. He has decided to attend the University of Mississippi.

Jessica Hefner (Psychology ’15) has been accepted by the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis.

An article by Dr. Karl Leib (History & Political Science), entitled “State Sovereignty in Space: Current Models and Possible Futures,” has been published in the journal Astropolitics.

mcginnisKatherine McGinnis (Civil Engineering ’10) has been recognized as a Professional Engineer by the Tennessee  Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners. Currently, she is the Operations District Supervisor for the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Construction Office in Covington, TN where she supervises inspectors on various jobs including the Canada Road interchange in Lakeland. While Katherine was a civil engineering major at CBU, she interned with the Pickering Firm, Allen & Hoshall, and Airfield Etc. Inc. After graduation she worked as an Operations Specialist with TDOT in Nashville. She then moved back to Memphis and worked for ETI Corp before her current position with TDOT in Covington.

The Alpha Beta Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. traveled to Tulsa for their 63rd Southwestern Regional Leadership Conference on March 26-29 and won eight awards. The chapter was recognized with the Social Action AwardMission Possible Silver LevelAdopt-a-School Initiative, and the Outstanding Model Chapter of the Year Level 3 (for chapters with membership between 5 and 11). Ian A. Boyd (English ’15) won the John T. Thornton Collegiate Bigger & Better Businessman Award, and Samuel Tope-Ojo (Business Administration ’17) won the Debate Competition and was awarded the Distinguished Service Chapter Scholarship and My Brother’s Keeper Scholarship.


Castings Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the annual Castings Competition, which are judged in four categories: fine art, digital art, poetry and prose. The winners’ submissions, along with other fine creative work from talented CBU students, will be published in the 2015 edition of the Castings journal, tentatively scheduled to be available the week before final exams. AND THE WINNERS ARE:

Prose Category
First Place: Natalie Zaldivar for “Up in Smoke”
Second Place: Tiffany Corkran for “Parallels Between Muggle Science and Magic”
Third Place: Qiao Lin for “Megalomaniac”

Poetry Category
First Place: Jessica Love for “Sandy Hook Yard Sale”
Second Place: Ruthie Hall for “When It Tangles”
Third Place: Janara Harris for “Departed”

Digital Art Category
First Place: Sreenath Shanker for Desolation
Second Place: Servando Mireles for Stranger
Third Place: Cheyenne Hammonds for Green

Fine Art Category
First Place: Morgan Granoski for Skirt
Second Place: Anna Liley for Portrait of a Man
Third Place: Alexis Gillis for Rambunctious

Easter Holiday Hours

 The CBU Mailroom will be closed and not receiving packages or mail over the Easter Holiday, April 2-6. Please make appropriate changes and/or preparations for any packages expected during this time. The Mailroom will reopen for normal business on April 7. Questions can be directed to Ray Karasek at (901) 321-4497.
Plough Library is closed Thursday through Monday, April 2-6.
The ITS Help Desk will be closed over the Easter Holiday, April 2-6, but the 24-Hour Computer Lab will be open with card access.

News at CBU

Camilla Rodrigues
(Civil Engineering ’15), Noah Kelley (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science ’15), Kasey Beekman (Mechanical Engineering ’16), Jose Carlos Oliva (Electrical & Computer Engineering ’15), and Philip Loewenberg (Mechanical Engineering ’15) were initiated into Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society. Mr. Gene McGinnis serves as chief faculty advisor for CBU’s TN Delta chapter.

Jake Porter (Civil Engineering ’15), Jennifer Loe (Mechanical Engineering ’15), Lauren Harrett (Civil Engineering ’15), Anna Baumheckle (Chemical Engineering ’15), and Patrick McGinnis (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science ’15) were among the students initiated into the Order of the Engineer during the Order’s Ring Ceremony on the campus of the University of Memphis. Mr. Gene McGinnis accompanied the CBU engineering students to the ceremony.

LEMOYNECBU President John Smarrelli was a participant in the formal installation ceremony of Dr. Linda LeMura, 14th president of Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY, on March 20. Dr. Smarrelli was a senior administrator and faculty member at Le Moyne and served as its interim president prior to coming to CBU. Dr. LeMura is the first lay female to serve as president of a Jesuit college or university in the world. She has served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Le Moyne since 2007.

SPS-Trivia-Winners[2]The Science Trivia Competition hosted by the Society of Physics Students held on March 26 was a success! Congratulations to Rebekah Herrman, Steven Menezes, and Megan Mosier for winning 1st place, and to the joint team of SPS chapters from Rhodes College and University of Memphis for winning 2nd place! Thank you to Dr. John Varriano for providing snacks, drinks, and challenging and fun questions. Pictured at left are Stephen Menezes and Megan Mosier with the coveted SPS Trivia Trophy.


CBU in the Media

memphiscommercialappealThe Commercial Appeal published an article entitled “Success Story: Anonymous donor’s gift allows Christian Brothers University to fund immigrant students’ scholarships” in its March 27 edition that covered CBU’s Latino Success Scholarships. The article featured Mariana Hernandez (Business Administration ’17) and also quoted Wendy Sumner-Winter (Advancement) and pictured Cindy Pena (Business Administration ’17). (For those without digital access to The Commercial Appeal, click here for a PDF version of the full article.)

Safe Zone Training

safezoneCBU will hold its spring Safe Zones training for interested faculty and staff on Friday, April 17, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in Montesi Executive Center. Dr. Kelly James (Behavioral Sciences) will facilitate the training.

In Fall of 2013, CBU’s Safe Zone Program launched with 32 faculty and staff members completing training and becoming Safe Zone Allies. Sponsored by Student Life and the CBU Gay Straight Alliance and endorsed by the Faculty Assembly, the Safe Zone Program aims to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersexed, asexual or ally (LGBTQIA) students; to improve the overall campus environment for these students; and to educate students, faculty and staff on LGBTQIA issues.

Safe Zone Allies:

  • Believe that our campus is enriched and enlivened by the diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersexed or asexual people.
  • Are aware of the presence of LGBTQIA students and colleagues and are willing to engage them in genuine dialogue and interaction.
  • Are willing to discuss issues that impact LGBTQIA people in a nonjudgmental manner.
  • Are willing to help students access support and information on campus and in the community.
  • Understand the sensitive nature of LGBTQIA issues and respect the privacy of LGBTQIA students.
  • Use inclusive language, avoid stereotyping, and do not assume heterosexuality.

Do you want to designate your office as a CBU Safe Zone? Were you unable to attend the fall training? Are you a certified Safe Zone who wishes to attend a second training? Please join the training session on Friday, April 17, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in Montesi Executive Center.

To sign up, contact Dr. James, chair of the CBU Safe Zone Program Committee, at More information about CBU Safe Zones can be found at

Make Art, Give a Book a Second Life


“Fold Me” by Brother Mark Gubbels

Plough Library invites CBU students, faculty, and staff to transform discarded library books into new artistic creations with its 2nd Annual Sustain-a-Book contest!. The goal is to breathe new life into books that might otherwise get recycled into pulp. You can find old books to use on the Library’s “Free Books” shelf in the library foyer.

Submit all entries to Plough Library by 4:30 p.m., Friday, April 17. Winners will be announced on Earth Day, April 22. Prizes are Amazon gift cards: $75 for 1st Place, $50 for 2nd Place, and $25 for 3rd Place. See contest rules and get a printable entry form at

Study Abroad Information Meeting

Studying abroad is a remarkable opportunity for college students.
It’s a chance to not only earn college credit, but to make lifelong friends, strengthen language skills, and see the world from a different perspective. Studying abroad also looks good to prospective employers when seeking a job. Students will develop lifelong skills and grow as a person.

Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and all interested, come to find out details about what CBU has to offer  at our meeting on April 9 at 12:30 p.m. in Buckman Hall 357. Join us for pizza, cookies, and soft drinks. Meet professors, previous travelers, and ask questions. Travel study trips next year will be Spain, France, and Belgium. Information on semester destinations in 18 countries across five continents will also be available. Come for a while or just pop in!

For more information on studying abroad and upcoming trips, visit

Student Government Elections

Nominations are currently open for SGA elections! Please see the nomination form here! You must submit a nomination form, as well as a 500 word essay by Tuesday, April 7 at 5:00 p.m. to be nominated! Essays can be emailed to See nomination form for essay details.
For detailed position information, please see the elections page here.
Please note, if nominated, you must attend the following events:
April 9: Campaign Rules Meeting in Student Life Conference Room at 7:00 p.m.
April 14: Campaign Speeches in University Theater at 7:00 p.m.
Online polls open April 15 and run to April 17 at 5:00 p.m.
If you have any questions about the election process, feel free to contact the Head Election Commissioner, Trey McGinnis, at

Upcoming Events

jim_baileySEIDMAN TOWN HALL LECTURE:  The M. L. Seidman Memorial Town Hall Lecture Series welcomes Dr. Jim Bailey as its 2015 speaker on April 7 in the University Theater at 7:00 p.m. Bailey will discuss “The Industrial Giants of Modern Healthcare Whose Time is Past” and the servant-leader champions of person-centered health care who are at work to replace them. Jim Bailey is a fellow in the American College of Physicians and professor of medicine and preventive medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, where he directs the Center for Health Systems Improvement, cares for the sick, and teaches doctors in training. His research appears in many peer-reviewed medical journals, including JAMAJournal of General Internal Medicine, and Annals of Internal Medicine. Dr. Bailey has an abiding passion for the classics, medical history, and ethics, and believes that sharing our stories can heal. He is the author of the novel, The End of Healing, which was published by The Healthy City in 2014. A book-signing will follow the lecture.

autismribbonAUTISM AWARENESS WEEK: Alpha Xi Delta hosts their annual Autism Awareness Week, April 7 through April 10. Each participating organization will be given a blank puzzle piece at the beginning of the week which they must decorate and then turn in on Thursday for judging. The winner of Autism Awareness Week will receive $100 to the charity of their choice! Events include:
 Tuesday, April 7: Light It Up Blue at 8:00 p.m. in front of Bell Tower, followed by Capture the Flag.
Wednesday, April 8: Blue Out Day — everyone wear blue all day. “I Listen Because..” photos in the Quad from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., use hashtag #BucsListenBecause.
 Thursday, April 9: AXD’s AmaXing challenge Xi Marks the Spot scavenger hunt in the Buckman Quad from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Anyone can make a team with a minimum of five people per team for $5 per participant. Winner of “Walk the Plank” will sit in the dunk tank for 30 minutes. ( The ”Walk the Plank” fundraiser nominates a professor from each school is to walk the plank (AKA the dunk tank). There will be donation buckets in the building representing the professor’s school and also in Alfonso during lunch.)
Friday, April 10: Campus-wide Catch a Xi. All the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta will be wearing a plain white shirt and organizations earn points by trying to put all of their signatures on as many t-shirts as possible. Puzzle pieces due to any sister by 5:00 p.m.

CBU’S GOT TALENT: Looking for the next big event on campus?? The Black Student Association will be hosting their annual Talent Show on April 9 in the University Theater, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale in Alfonso Dining Hall starting March 2 for only $5. Get yours early because this is one event you don’t want to miss! Do you have a talent? Click here to sign up to perform!  All talents are welcome! For more information contact Adama Sow at or Jonathan Mosley at

As part of the celebration of Founder’s Week (April 7-10), Campus Ministry invites all members of the CBU staff to an afternoon of personal reflection and renewal on Friday, April 10 in the Wilson Family Commons of the Living Learning Center, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided, free of charge. Check with your supervisor to make sure you’re able to attend, and RSVP to by April 7.

ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME BANQUET: The Christian Brothers University Athletic Hall of Fame has announced its Class of 2015 and will induct the five inductees at the Hall of Fame Banquet Saturday night, April 11, at 6:00 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall. Tickets are $45 each, and a table of eight is $360. The Class of 2015 includes Bill Bintz (Basketball ’73), Kenny Greene (Baseball ’84), Leon Haag (Basketball ’60), Taneisha Lenon (Basketball ’00), and Charlie Leonard (Basketball ’75, Coach ’90-97). For more information on the banquet, please contact Brian Summers at (901) 321-3370 or

BROTHER MARK SULLIVAN GOLF TOURNAMENT: The CBU Athletics Department will hold the 27th annual Brother Mark Sullivan Golf Tournament Monday, April 13, at 1:00 p.m. at Colonial Country Club. Registration, with lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. Individuals may enter for $195, or foursomes are available for $780. All proceeds from this year’s event benefit the CBU Athletics Endowment Fund. The Endowment Fund provides the critical support needed to fund small capital improvement projects that keep our programs competitive and sustain institutional health. More info and registration available online »»

Voss-Roberts-2RELIGION LUNCH & LEARN: The CBU Department of Religion & Philosophy presents a lunch and learn with Dr. Michelle Voss Roberts of Wake Forest University on April 13, who will be speaking on the topic of “Feeling My Neighbor’s Faith: Aesthetics and Hindu-Christian Encounter”   in Montesi Executive Center, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Christian encounters with other faith traditions can evoke strong aesthetic reactions, both positive and negative. At the same time, the intensity and meaningfulness of aesthetic experience have often been described in theological terms. Dr. Roberts brings together these insights in her study of Hindu traditions. In this lunch and learn discussion, she will talk about how Hindu theological aesthetics can illuminate the role of art and emotion in interfaith understanding. If you’d like to reserve a boxed lunch, please RSVP to Dr. Emily Holmes at (901) 321-3325 or

simone-cambellVANDERHAAR SYMPOSIUM: The Gerard A. Vanderhaar Symposium presents Sister Simone Campbell as its 2015 keynote speaker on April 16 in the University Theater at 7:00 p.m.. Sister Simone has served as Executive Director of NETWORK since 2004. She is a religious leader, attorney and poet with extensive experience in public policy and advocacy for systemic change. In Washington, she lobbies on issues of peace-building, immigration reform, healthcare and economic justice. Around the country, she is a noted speaker and educator on these public policy issues. During the 2010 congressional debate about healthcare reform, she wrote the famous “nuns’ letter” supporting the reform bill and got 59 leaders of Catholic Sisters, including LCWR, to sign on. In 2012, she was also instrumental in organizing the “Nuns on the Bus” tour of nine states to oppose the “Ryan Budget” approved by the House of Representatives. This budget would decimate programs meant to help people in need. “Nuns on the Bus” received an avalanche of attention across the nation from religious communities, elected officials and the media. Simone has often been featured in the national and international media, including appearances on 60 MinutesThe Colbert Report, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. She has received numerous awards, including a “Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award” and the “Defender of Democracy Award” from the international Parliamentarians for Global Action. In addition, she has been the keynote or featured speaker at numerous large gatherings, including the 2012 Democratic National Convention. For more information, visit

PEER MINISTRY RETREAT:  Need a faith refresher? Make the most of this Lenten season and give your spiritual life that much needed boost. In 2014, the CBU Peer Ministers, a group of students dedicated to spreading awareness about the Catholic faith, formed with the desire to encourage a vibrant Catholic identity for the student body. As part of this effort, the Peer Ministers will facilitate a retreat on April 25 in the Canale Skybox, 12:30-6:00 p.m. — complete with faith-sharing, fellowship, reflection, Mass… and of course food. To register for the retreat, click here. The cost to attend this retreat is $20.00 per person and can be turned in via cash or check to Br. Tom Sullivan or Mrs. Cyndy Benton in the Office of Campus Ministry.

THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF BRITISH ROCK: As the closing lecture of the Dixon Gallery & Gardens exhibition “Hail! Britannia!,” Dr. Neil Palmer (History & Political Science) will examine the connections between British society and the innovative rock music it spawned from the 1950s to the 1990s. Dr. Palmer will discuss the historical context surrounding the creation of music by bands such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Clash, The Smiths, Joy Division, Oasis, Blur, and Radiohead. Sunday, April 19 at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Free for Dixon members and students with ID.

GaryChapmanWILSON SPEAKER SERIES: The Tenth Annual Dorothy and Kemmons Wilson Speaker Series will welcome Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages, as its keynote speaker on Tuesday, April 28 at Christ United Methodist Church, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Dr. Chapman is the author of numerous other books published by Moody Publishers / Northfield Publishing, including Anger, The Family You’ve Always Wanted, The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted, Desperate Marriages, God Speaks Your Love Language, How to Really Love Your Adult Child, and Hope for the Separated. With Dr. Jennifer Thomas, he co-authored The Five Languages of Apology. Dr. Chapman speaks to thousands of couples nationwide through his weekend marriage conferences. He hosts a nationally syndicated radio program, A Love Language Minute, and a Saturday morning program, Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, both airing on more than 400 stations.

Buccaneer Bulletin

BASEBALL (8-15, 3-11 GSC)
03/24: Bucs 4, Tennessee-Martin 10 (at Martin, TN)
03/28: Bucs 0/1, West Alabama 7/6 (at Livingston, AL)
03/29: Bucs 2, West Alabama 10 (at Livingston, AL)
SOFTBALL (7-25, 2-16 GSC)
03/25: Lady Bucs 7, Bethel 1 (at Bland Field)
03/25: Lady Bucs 0, Bethel 7 (at Bland Field)
03/28: Lady Bucs 4/0West Alabama 9/15 (at Livingston, AL)
03/29: Lady Bucs 0West Alabama 8 (at Livingston, AL)
03/25: Bucs 0, Harding 9 (at TPC at Southwind)
03/25: Lady Bucs 0Harding 9 (at TPC at Southwind)
03/27: Bucs 1Florida Southern 5 (at Pensacola, FL)
03/27: Lady Bucs 2Florida Southern 5 (at Pensacola, FL)
03/28: Bucs 0, Valdosta State 9 (at Pensacola, FL)
03/28: Lady Bucs 2Valdosta State 7 (at Pensacola, FL)
03/29: Bucs 1, West Florida 8 (at Pensacola, FL)
03/29: Lady Bucs 0, West Florida 9 (at Pensacola, FL)
04/01: LeMoyne-Owen College (Jesse Turner Park; 1:00 p.m.)
04/03: Union University (Jackson, TN; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
04/04: Union University (Jackson, TN; 1:00 p.m.)
04/01: LeMoyne-Owen College (Bland Field; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
04/03: Union University (Jackson, TN; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
04/04: Union University (Jackson, TN; 1:00 p.m.)
04/06: Bethel University (McKenzie, TN; 1:00 p.m.)
03/30: University of West Alabama (Livingston, AL; 10:00 a.m.)
04/06: Delta State University (Cleveland, MS; 1:00 p.m.)
04/03: Mississippi College Twilight Invitational (Clinton, MS)