ONE TO WATCH – FUTURE LIFE U WRESTLER SYDNEY SULLENS NAMED BLITZ GIRLS WRESTLER OF THE YEAR
Life University (Life U) is excited to welcome Sidney Sullens from White County High School to compete with the Life U Women’s Wrestling team this fall. Sullens signed her letter of intent to become a Life U Running Eagle earlier this month, and she will study Business Administration.
LIFE U CLAIMS FOURTH PLACE AT NAIA WOMEN’S WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP
Jamestown, South Dakota – March 16, 2022 – Peyton Prussin earned her second-straight title, and six other Running Eagles earned All-American honors as the Life University Women’s Wrestling team fought through adversity to take fourth place with 155.5 team points at the NAIA National Invitational this weekend.
LIFE UNIVERSITY EARNS PAIR OF TITLES AT NAIA INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Brookings, South Dakota – March 14, 2022 – The Life University (Life U) Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams performed well at the NAIA Indoor Championships this past weekend as both teams recorded a title in an event and finished fifth overall. The women’s team claimed 33 team points, while the men’s team earned 28 points.
LIFE UNIVERSITY MEN’S WRESTLING CAPTURES SECOND CONSECUTIVE MSC SOUTH DIVISION TOURNAMENT TITLE
Lakeland, Florida – February 22, 2022 – For the second consecutive season, the Life University (Life U) Men’s Wrestling team captured the MSC South-Division Tournament Title over the weekend that was hosted by Southeastern University.
LIFE U ATHLETICS HONORS 2022 HALL OF FAME CLASS
Marietta, Georgia – February 10, 2022 – Life University (Life U) Athletic Department honored the three members of the 2022 Athletics Hall of Fame in Billy Lewis (Men’s Basketball), Pablo Nassar (Men’s Soccer) and the 1997 Men’s Basketball Team last weekend with a banquet and recognition at halftime of a men’s basketball game.
LIFE UNIVERSITY COMPLETES REPAIRS TO LUPO FAMILY FIELD
Marietta, Georgia – January 24, 2022 – Life University (Life U) undertook significant repairs to its Lupo Family Field after historic flooding caused extensive damage in early September 2021. The University completed the repairs ahead of schedule last Friday, January 21.