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NAIA Women's Tennis National Championship Qualifiers Announced

KANSAS CITY, Mo—The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics released the 24 qualifiers for the 2011 NAIA Women’s Tennis National Championship and the University of Mobile received the host bid. The tournament takes place May 17-21 at the Mobile Tennis Center. The Lady Rams (7-8) beat out Spring Hill for the host bid and are making their 7th-straight appearance and 18th trip overall.

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Posted in: Women's Tennis

UMobile Baseball Field Named for Coach Mike Jacobs

The University of Mobile has named its baseball field “Mike Jacobs Field” in honor of head baseball coach Mike Jacobs who founded the school’s baseball program in 1990 and celebrated his 700th career win in March. University of Mobile President Dr. Mark Foley congratulated Jacobs and his wife, Joy, “on a career at the University of Mobile which is unparalleled.” Jacobs was surprised by the honor, which was unanimously approved by the Christian university’s Board of Trustees in April.

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Posted in: Men's Baseball

Women's Soccer Releases 2011 Signing Class

MOBILE, Ala—The University of Mobile women’s soccer program has announced its 2011 signing class that will look to build on the 2010 squad’s run to the Round of 16 at the 2010 NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship. The class is made up of 14 players thus far, with players coming from Alabama, Texas, Arizona, Mississippi, Georgia and California.

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Posted in: Women's Soccer

Peter Fuller Takes Position With MLS' New England Revolution

MOBILE, Ala.—The University of Mobile announced Tuesday that long-time men’s soccer Head Coach Peter Fuller is leaving the school to become reserve team coach for the New England Revolution of the MLS. Fuller will also assist with first-team coaching and scouting. A native of Sudbury, Mass., Fuller took the reigns of the Rams’ program in 1995 and racked up a 219-97-17 record in 16 seasons, including a high of 23 wins in 1999 and a NAIA National Championship in 2002. He also won the NAIA National Championship in 1992 with Belhaven, and is a 3-time NAIA Coach of the Year.

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Posted in: Men's Soccer

UMobile Baseball Players Earn SSAC Awards

COLUMBUS, Ga-- Several University of Mobile baseball players were honored with the release of the 2011 Southern States Athletic Conference awards Sunday. Jeremy Williams and Sam Mahoney were named to the All-Conference Team, Justin Beck was the team's Musco Lighting Champions of Character honoree, and John Irwin, Brady King and Hunter Norris were all named to the All-Academic Team.

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Posted in: Men's Baseball
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