In less than a month, Yanne Toussaint will end her collegiate athletic career forever. She will no longer dread setting her alarm for 6:00 a.m. every morning. She will no longer have to sit through hours upon hours of bus rides. She will no longer spend long nights finishing that one assignment she didn’t have time to do between practices. When she graduates in May, Yanne Toussaint will board a plane back to her hometown in the Netherlands, and at first she may not look back.
At Brenau, the Spirit Cheer Team stands behind the bench of the Basketball Team making it easy to spot both teams during the game. To the ones in the stands watching, these 11 bodies don’t make a difference, but to the basketball players it means everything. “Without the Spirit Cheer Team, the gym feels a little empty,” said Tamia Francis, a Brenau basketball player.
BY: Kelsey Williamson (Gainesville, GA) If you’re a baseball fan, then “Trouble With the Curve” is definitely a movie for you. And even if you’re not, there’s still a great chance that you will find tons of things to love about this movie.The film does a great job of portraying issues that many people- sports […]
By: Kelsey Willaimson (Gainesville, GA) The Brenau University Golden Tigers soccer team was able to come back from a loss to the University of Mobile in overtime on Friday. The girls defeated the Spring Hill College Badgers by a decisive score of 4-1 in conference matchup on Saturday at Allen Creek Soccer Complex in Gainesville. […]