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 Volleyball Nets Second Consecutive UAA Title

 The No. 1 Emory volleyball team beat No. 2 University of Chicago (UChicago) on Nov. 9 to secure their second straight University Athletic Association (UAA) title. The victory marks the Eagles’ ninth UAA title and fourth title in the last six years.  Head Coach Jenny McDowell said she is thrilled with the prolonged success of [...]

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Eagles Sweep Opponents at National Invitational

The Emory volleyball team beat No. 9 Berry College (Ga.) on Nov. 1 and Wittenberg University (Ohio) and Washington and Lee University (Va.) on Nov. 2 to win the Emory National Invitational. The victories extended the Eagles’ winning streak to seven, their third winning streak of at least six games this season, and concluded their [...]

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Emory Sweeps Invitational, Extends Home Win Streak to 14

The No. 3-ranked Emory volleyball team won all four of its matches they hosted between Oct. 25 and 27 as part of the Emory Invitational against St. Mary’s College (Ind.), Roanoke College (Va.), University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Susquehanna University (Pa.). The Eagles improved their undefeated home record to 14-0 and have only dropped a total [...]

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UChicago Ends Emory’s 13 Match Win Streak

The Emory volleyball team won two of three nail-biting games on Oct. 18 and 20 with wins against Hendrix College (Ark.) and Case Western Reserve University (Ohio) and a loss against No. 3 University of Chicago (UChicago). The loss broke a first-place tie with UChicago and resulted in a second-place finish in the University Athletic [...]

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Eagles Remain Perfect in UAA Play

The Emory volleyball team extended its winning streak to nine games with home victories against Lee University (Tenn.) on Oct. 2 and Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) (Mo.) and New York University (NYU) on Oct. 6. The Eagles now boast a perfect 5-0 in University Athletic Association (UAA) play, tied with the University of [...]

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