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Jacksonville University Dolphins iPhone Wallpapers

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JU tied at the top in A-Sun basketball – Florida Times-Union

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JU tied at the top in A-Sun basketball
Florida Times-Union
JU improved its overall record against Kennesaw to 17-8 and 10-3 at home. Hogan added 14 points and seven rebounds and J.D. Notae had 14 points and five rebounds. After shooting 35 percent in the first half, the Dolphins hit at a .536 clip in the

Women’s basketball falls against rival JU – UNF Spinnaker

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UNF Spinnaker
 Jacksonville University Dolphins
Women's basketball falls against rival JU
UNF Spinnaker
In part one of the River City Rumble, the women's basketball team (7-9 overall, 0-1 ASUN) fell 66-48 against the crosstown rival Jacksonville University Dolphins (11-5 overall, 1-0 ASUN). The Ospreys came out in the game fast with four quick points by

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Dolphins roll past Trinity Baptist in heaviest JU win for 47 years – St. Augustine Record

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St. Augustine Record
 Jacksonville University Dolphins
Dolphins roll past Trinity Baptist in heaviest JU win for 47 years
St. Augustine Record
Six players reached double figures for JU, Jace Hogan scored 10 points in his first game since Dec. 16 at South Carolina State and senior forward Antwon Clayton made his first appearance of the season. The Dolphins shot 60.6 percent from the field, the

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