Charlie Scruton

Charlie Scruton (21C) is from Brooklyn, New York, majoring in environmental science. He is a forward for the Emory men’s soccer team and has also competed in basketball and volleyball. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities and is an avid Manchester United supporter.

Emory’s Offense Off to Historic Start

The Emory baseball team is off to an impressive start in 2020. With eight wins and just two narrow defeats, the Eagles are powering through their regional foes as they prepare for the start of University Athletic Association (UAA) play at the end of March.  However, this winning start hasn’t been conventional by any means. [...]

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Sixth Women Key to Emory Basketball’s Success

The sixth man in basketball holds one of the most revered yet challenging roles in sports. The player generally receives significant playing time, but starts the game on the bench and waits until the starting lineup is in need of a boost. To start a game away from the action and then be asked to [...]

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Justin Burnett is Emory’s Ultimate Athlete

The Emory student body consists of many elite athletes. The varsity programs’ combined 27 NCAA titles and 116 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars are testaments to this. But some of the very best that Emory Athletics has to offer can be found beyond the confines of the 17 varsity programs.  Front and center stands Justin Burnett, a [...]

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McDowell Has Much to be Thankful for Despite Championship Loss

The Emory volleyball team lost 3-0 in the 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championship game against Johns Hopkins University (Md.) on Nov. 23 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to conclude an excellent season as the national runner-up. The Eagles beat Clarkson University (N.Y.) on Nov. 21 and Carthage College (Wis.) on Nov. 22 to reach [...]

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Eagles Win Regional, Advance to Elite 8

The Emory volleyball team is heading to the 2019 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Tournament quarterfinals after three consecutive victories in front of a lively home crowd of roughly 300 during the NCAA Division III South Regional Tournament between Nov. 15 and 17. The Eagles have now claimed their fourth straight regional championship and have [...]

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